Construction team expands with appointment of newly-qualified solicitor

A young construction lawyer has qualified as a solicitor, securing a job in Sintons’ highly-esteemed specialist Construction & Engineering team.

Andrew Noble, who has been a trainee at the Newcastle law firm for two years, has impressed during his time working in Construction & Engineering at Sintons, supporting the strong growth of the department and its work with clients across the UK.

Now, in recognition of his efforts, Andrew – who graduated in Civil Engineering before deciding to train as a lawyer – has secured a role as a solicitor in Sintons’ specialist team, which is widely regarded as one of the most capable in the North East. Led by Partner Alex Rayner, the department has seen significant and sustained growth in recent years, and now acts for major clients both regionally and nationally.

Andrew said: “I have enjoyed my time in the Construction & Engineering team immensely and am naturally delighted to be given a permanent role as a solicitor. I have been continually challenged during my time here and have been included in the most significant of transactions – it really has been ‘in at the deep end’ but it has been the best possible training for me, and Alex has been fantastic to work alongside and learn from.

“The reputation we have as a team is outstanding, both in terms of the work we do and the quality of our client service, and that is something I will take great pride in helping to develop even further.”

Alex Rayner, Head of Construction & Engineering, said: “Andrew has been a real asset to our team during his training and we are very pleased to welcome him permanently. Our quality of work and reputation means we are growing continually, winning work right across the UK and being involved in major projects both nationally and internationally, and the addition of a new solicitor will help us to develop even further.

“Andrew’s ability, enthusiasm and diligence have been outstanding and we all wish him every success in this latest phase of his career with Sintons.”

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