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Construction Partner

Graham Gill
10 February 2016
09 March 2016
London (City of), London (Greater)
Experience Level
PEP £120k+

Further information

Construction Partner

This genuinely leading Boutique firm has seen significant growth in Construction work over the last few years by leveraging from its superb real estate client base. There is a clear opportunity to win more mandates from existing clients and in turn to grow the number of partners in the team. As such the team is looking to recruit an additional partner. At present the partners are focussed on non-contentious matters, in terms of growth there are opportunities to develop both the contentious and non-contentious practices.

The firm acts on a full range of construction contracts, in particular advising in relation to major developments and redevelopments, refurbishments of large offices and the funding aspects of major construction and engineering projects. Examples of recent construction projects include work relating to shopping centres, universities and colleges, industrial estates, offices, retail parks and major mixed use urban sites. Clients include funds, developers, employers, landlords and investors.

The firm prides itself on having a very collegiate and open door environment. The successful candidate will have a City firm background and strong contentious/ non-contentious construction experience. You will be marketed across the firm’s client base and will in turn be able to capitalise on some excellent relationships and a superb platform and reputation. You will need to be ambitious, technically strong and have demonstrable client skills with some following.

The Contact

For further information regarding this opportunity, please contact Tamara Beasley-Suffolk in the strictest confidence on 020 7430 1711 or via email at

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Graham Gill

Growth strategy advisors dealing with Partners, Corporates, Teams & Mergers in private practice. The only fused Legal and Search consultancy, Graham Gill took nº 1 position in a recent Professional Services Sector survey, sponsored by The Sunday Times.