What we do
Introducing you to a new construction litigation service that will revolutionise South Africa’s Construction Industry.
No Win, No Fee!
The Construction Platform is a unique retainer-based legal service that is offered to businesses operating within the construction and allied industries with a particular emphasis on construction law and labour law.
The Construction Platform evolved in order to offer businesses affordable access to specialised legal services in order that business is able to meet the day-to-day legal challenges that they face in industry.
We offer pre-contract advice, litigation and alternative dispute resolution processes in all aspects of construction and engineering disputes, including alternative dispute resolution processes.
The Construction Platform is registered as specialised labour lawyers with the Law Society and for many years have acted on behalf of both employers and employees in the private and public sector.
Want to avoid spiralling legal fees?
We offer you a unique ‘use it or bank it’ feature.
I am an employer and my contractor has decided to enforce a lien on my project, can you assist me with getting repossession of my premises?
I am an employer and the contractor has decided to enforce a lien on my project, Cane you assist me with getting the contractor off my premises?
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MTENTU Bridge – Performance guarantees
In Joint Venture between Aveng (Africa Pty) Ltd and Strabag international GmbH m(“the applicant”) versus Sanral and Lombard insurance Co Ltd Case no 8331/19, the applicant approached the Pretoria High Court on an urgent basis seeking, inter alia, an interdict restraining Sanral from making a claim in terms of two performance guarantees that the applicant was required to provide to Sanral, pending the outcome of dispute resolution procedures instituted by the applicant which were agreed to by the parties in terms of the Fidic Red book 1999.
Enforcement of adjudicators
NEC 3; ‘Enforcement of adjudicators’ decision irrespective whether they are wrong in law or fact.
What happens if you, as a contractor were successful in an NEC adjudication, but the employer party fails to comply with the decision and gives notice of dissatisfaction and wishes to take the dispute to arbitration?
Assessing the effect of compensation
Construction Law Attorneys in South Africa The industry of construction in South Africa faces a couple of challenges, especially regarding Construction and Contract Law. An increasing trend is developing among project managers and people who hire contractors and sub-contractors and not pay what is due to them. As a result, contractors are left with less