We advise clients on a wide range of engineering, construction and infrastructure disputes. We are regularly involved in adjudication under the Security of Payment Act, local construction disputes and complex cross-border offshore oil and gas engineering, procurement and construction disputes. We assist clients in the negotiation and drafting of joint venture consortium agreements, complex front-end engineering and construction contracts, review of contracts from clients and extensive review of pro-forma subcontracts to subcontractors and vendors in major construction projects.
- Involved in 6 ad-hoc arbitrations relating to offshore oil and gas disputes for total quantum in excess of US$300 million against an India national oil and gas company governed under Indian law governed in ad-hoc arbitration. Issues involved delay, defects, variation orders, change orders, FEED engineering designs, concurrent delay, liquidated damages.
- Involved in an offshore construction related claim of around US$8 million against an Asian offshore services company. Singapore law governed in an SIAC arbitration in Singapore.
- Involved in an offshore construction related dispute governed under English Law of around US$65 million against a leading European multinational oil and gas company.
- Involved in an ICC arbitration relating to offshore construction related dispute governed under Mexico Law of around US$14 million against a Houston based offshore services company operating in Mexico. Mexican law governed in negotiations in Houston.
- Involved in a US$112 million shipbuilding building involving a Singapore listed company and Chinese shipbuilder involving issues relating to delay, defects, refund guarantee.
- Involved in the negotiation and drafting of various joint venture consortium agreements and front-end engineering and construction contracts with prominent oil and gas companies based in Indonesia, Malaysia and Belgium.
- Acted for the sub-contractors responsible for the plumbing and sanitary work for Marina Bay Sands hotel in a substantial claim for breach of contract and misrepresentation