Capability of Sintons’ Construction team hailed by Legal 500 2019


The specialist Construction & Engineering team at Sintons has been hailed by Legal 500 2019 for the quality of its legal advice coupled with its involvement in an impressive array of major projects.

The team is regularly instructed on a national basis in contentious and non-contentious matters and its client base comprises a mixture of developers, contractors, funders and consultants.

Legal 500 points to its involvement in major projects on behalf of nationally-known clients as being significant in Sintons’ offering, including its work for NWG Commercial Solutions Ltd in connection with the design, build and operation of a new wastewater treatment plant in Gibraltar for Her Majesty’s Government of Gibraltar; acting for The Auckland Project on the transformation of Auckland Castle; and acting for Tolent Construction in their appointment to the Vaux Brewery Site in Sunderland.

Alex Rayner, head of Construction & Engineering and a former quantity surveyor – which is regularly hailed as giving him unrivalled specialist knowledge of the sector – and associate Matthew Pexton are both named individually as being key advisors in this sector.

Mark Quigley, managing partner of Sintons, said: “Our Construction & Engineering team has grown significantly in the recent past and is now a leading advisor to many major names in this sector, with strong capability in both contentious and non-contentious matters. To have this recognised by Legal 500 2019 is very pleasing, and our involvement in an array of highly significant projects is rightly highlighted and is a true reflection of the capability we have here at Sintons. This is another area of great potential within Sintons and we look forward to our construction & engineering offering continuing to develop.”


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