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Stuart Pearson

Associate

Banking & Finance

Commercial

Commercial Property

Construction, Energy & Projects

Education

Energy

Projects & Infrastructure

Social Housing

Welsh Law

Tel: 029 2047 4498 / 07721 127541

s.pearson@capitallaw.co.uk

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Stuart Pearson is an associate in the construction, energy and projects team and undertakes contentious and non-contentious construction and energy projects, from procurement to completion for public and private companies, including national and local government, private sector developers, contractors, design consultants and financial institutions. His work includes advising employers, contractors, funders, tenants and purchasers. He has advised on bespoke and standard-form construction contracts for routine projects, through to £multi-billion financed schemes.

Stuart’s expertise includes:

  • Non-contentious Construction
    • Procurement
    • Framework Agreements
    • Public/private partnership projects
    • Drafting and negotiation of main building contracts (including bespoke and standard forms such as JCT, NEC, GCWorks, PPC2000, LOGIC, IET and FIDIC.)
    • Professional appointments (including bespoke and standard forms such as RIBA, BPF, ACE and CIC)
    • Novation deeds
    • Collateral warranties/third party rights
    • Security documents – bonds and guarantees
    • Facilities management contracts and supply agreements.
    • Construction due diligence relating to funding arrangements, commercial property (purchasers and tenants) and corporate asset or share transfers.
  • Contentious Construction
    • Review and management of disputes
    • Adjudication
    • Arbitration
    • Litigation
    • Mediation
    • Experience of professional negligence claims, final account disputes, defective workmanship disputes, PFI scheme disputes and insurance claims
    • Claim funding structures