Andrew’s expertise is in contentious construction and engineering matters. He handles large, high profile cases for a wide variety of international and domestic clients, including utility companies, commercial and residential developers, contractors and specialist sub-contractors, including those working in the rail, energy, renewables as well as the offshore construction industries.
Andrew regularly presents seminars on construction related legal issues to clients in-house and to external bodies such as the RICS.
Andrew graduated from Bristol University and completed his post graduate studies at Birmingham University.
He trained and qualified with Neil F Jones & Co in 1995 and joined Royds Withy King in 2016. Chambers and Partners describe him as a “Leader in his field”, whilst The Legal 500 UK refer to him as “a very good alternative to any London-based construction lawyer”.
What clients say about Andrew
“[Andrew is] technically very good, and passionate about what he does.” Chambers and Partners 2017
“Technically, he’s one of the best lawyers in the region” Chambers and Partners 2016
“He is very good and passionate about his client and the work… he really gets behind the client on an issue” Chambers and Partners 2015
“He has notable expertise in the utilities and waste recycling sectors amongst others” Chambers and Partners 2014
- Society of Construction Law
- Adjudication Society
- Technology and Construction Court’s Solicitors Association