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Eversheds Sutherland’s construction practices have extensive knowledge of the full range of legal issues connected to engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) projects. We believe that this gives your business a vital edge. Our lawyers excel in drafting and negotiating EPC and design/build contracts for a diverse range of public and private clients across a variety of industry sectors. We are also keenly aware of the risks and responsibilities faced by each stakeholder in a project. Whatever your needs in this complex legal field, we are here to help you.

Experienced engineering, procurement and construction lawyers

We advise on the full range of EPC-related issues. Whether on the drafting and negotiation of contracts and financing documentation or providing real-time project support, such as dispute avoidance, our lawyers will work with you to find innovative solutions that are tailor-made for your business. We also provide local and international representation in alternative dispute resolution, arbitration, litigation and on appeal.

Our team has significant experience advising on EPC legal services across a wide variety of jurisdictions and sectors. With more than 60 worldwide offices, our global reach means that we understand the local and interational market conditions and pressures relevant to your projects. This knowledge enables us to provide informed and culturally sensitive legal and commercial advice wherever you operate. The sectors we cover include:

  • industrial
  • energy (including renewable, oil and gas, power generation and transmission, water and wastewater)
  • transport
  • commercial

Many of our lawyers come from industry backgrounds and have intimate and practical knowledge of the challenges you face. We take pride in our strong track record of advising businesses on ways to minimize the risk of disputes and costly litigation connected to EPC or design/build agreements.

Contact our engineering, procurement and construction team

If you would like any further information or need advice on engineering, procurement and construction, please contact our legal team.

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