Construction and Infrastructure

Construction and Infrastructure

Prime Law Firm's legal consultants emphasize giving our clients the professional and efficient legal advice required for the ever-evolving and complicated large-scale construction projects of the modern-day.

Our team of legal experts is experienced in all aspects of construction and infrastructure-related litigation. We are committed to ensuring that our client is well informed to assist them in making sophisticated decisions on the shifting legal landscape in construction-related litigation. We offer our clients the legal insight required to help them navigate through every phase of the construction project throughout the full life cycle in all major construction and infrastructure law sectors.

Prime Law Firm provides a significant legal specialism level to the engineering and construction sector by offering our industry clients a comprehensive advice service for both procurement and resolving disputes. We have a deep understanding of the industry in this jurisdiction, and our advice is targeted to meet our clients' needs and expectations through both of our Arabic and English language lawyers and support staff.

Our services embrace significant project work, including infrastructure and commercial development. We have negotiated and advised upon some of the largest water, power, pipeline, and overhead transmission line EPC projects in the UAE   from the pre-tender stage right through to project completion. We frequently advise concerning significant retail, leisure, residential, and office developments.

Prime Law Firm assists our clients on all aspects of contract interpretation and procedures during the course of projects and step in to provide analysis and representation to our clients in the important interfaces that routinely occur between the participants in operations on site. We provide a depth of experience that allows our services to be delivered both on a timely and a value-added basis, where they are particularly needed to meet our clients' ongoing development activities' requirements.