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Fenwick Elliott Solicitors

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Fenwick Elliott is the largest specialist construction law firm in the UK serving international clients in the building, engineering and energy sectors, including oil, gas and power. Since formation we have advised solely on construction matters, making us a true specialist construction law firm.

Providing a comprehensive range of legal services on every aspect of the construction process, our expertise include procurement strategy; contract documentation and negotiation; risk management and dispute avoidance; project support; and decisive dispute resolution, including litigation, arbitration, mediation and adjudication.

Fenwick Elliott has extensive experience advising on major construction, infrastructure and energy projects in the Middle East. Reflecting the importance of the Middle East market for the firm, we opened our first office in the region in Dubai, UAE in 2015.

We act nationally and internationally for public and private sector clients, including state corporations, owners/developers, main contractors, specialist subcontractors, consultants, institutional investors, universities, local authorities and utilities.

Fenwick Elliott has a well-earned reputation for advising clients on large-scale energy projects including oil, gas, nuclear and renewables. We are also actively involved in many major wind farm projects, both on and offshore in the UK and Europe, for significant clients.

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  • United Arab Emirates

    • Dubai

      Office 1A Silver Tower, Cluster I, Jumeirah Lakes Towers, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
      T 971 4 454 2355
  • United Kingdom

    • London

      Aldwych House, 71-91 Aldwych, London WC2B 4HN, United Kingdom
      T 44 20 7421 1986
      F 44 20 7421 1987