Area of focus

Construction and Engineering

Contractor, developer, employer, engineer, supplier, government body, project manager, or consultant — whichever part of the project you handle, you expose yourself to the risk of a dispute. As your project develops, so does the potential for the unexpected, even with the best laid plans.

Whether you come up against...

Representative experience

Acting in an LCIA arbitration in London relating to the construction of an energy facility by an international energy company.

Acting for a government authority on disputes with the design and construction contractor of major US$100m Hong Kong transport infrastructure project.

Acting for a Japanese contractor relating to a construction dispute at a water and power plant project in Algeria.

Working with the owner and operator of a power plant in Trinidad to resolve construction delays.

Hogan Lovells Publications

Om NOM NOM NOM: Chewing over the Supreme Court'ss approval of No Oral Modification clauses

If my contract says I can amend it only by agreeing changes in writing with the other party, do agreed informal arrangements have any effect? The UK Supreme Court in Rock Advertising Ltd v...

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NEC3: Painting the way

Led by the Government, the industry is seeing a steady roll out of the NEC form of contract on major infrastructure projects. Something in the order of 90 contracts have been let by...

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Published Works

Back to basics The Civil Engineering Contractor

Can modern technology improve health and safety in the construction sector, and save lives?

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New home for AFSA and CAJAC

New home for the Arbitration Foundation of Southern Africa and the China-Africa Joint Arbitration Centre Johannesburg

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Press Releases

Hogan Lovells Builds London Construction & Engineering Practice With Disputes Partner Hire

Hogan Lovells is strengthening its Construction & Engineering practice in London with the hire of Angus Rankin as partner.  

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Dispute resolution relief imminent for the African continent

On 21 April 2017, the International Arbitration Bill (the Bill) was tabled in the South African Parliament for discussion. The Bill is intended to incorporate the Model Law of the United...

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