Chris Paul


Chris has experience in a wide range of non-contentious construction and procurement matters both in the UK and overseas. He heads up the firm's Energy and Sustainability group.

Chris specialises in advising commercial clients, contractors, consultants and specialists on non-contentious construction and engineering law. He has particular experience in advising on procurement strategies and contractual structures. His work includes guiding clients through risk review/risk management exercises and the preparation of effective tender documents - including the drafting and negotiation of construction contracts, consultant appointments, collateral warranties/direct agreements, bonds and guarantees. Chris also advises on connected project agreements including facilities management, concession arrangements, operation and maintenance contracts and utility supply agreements.

Chris is recommended by The Legal 500 2015 for his work in Power.

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