The use of adjudication, whether under the Construction Act 1996 or in accordance with the particular terms of a construction contract, has transformed the face of dispute resolution involving construction and engineering projects. It has become instrumental in determining the speedy but fair outcome in many disputes.
With an excellent practice in construction and engineering disputes and property damage litigation, naturally our team at 2TG has developed an impressive breadth of experience in the adjudication process. We are familiar with all aspects of adjudication and are instructed at all stages, whether to act in advisory capacity, appear at hearings or assess the enforceability of adjudication decisions. Our barristers are used to working to the particular requirements and tight timeframes of the adjudication process and often work at short notice.
We have substantial experience acting as adjudicators as well as counsel, dealing with all aspects of construction and engineering disputes and property damage disputes. Several members of Chambers act as adjudicators through the TECBAR panel. Our adjudicators, too, are able to accept instructions at very short notice and within the strict timetable as prescribed. Additionally, our adjudicators are able to provide advice and assistance in relation to the 28-day procedure of the adjudication process.