hlw Keeble Hawson appoints construction and engineering specialist

hlw Keeble Hawson appoints construction and engineering specialist

hlw Keeble Hawson has appointed Wendy Greenwood – a specialist in construction and engineering – as an associate solicitor.

Greenwood will further boost the capabilities of the firm’s construction and engineering department with her expertise in development work, pure construction and other complex transactional work within the construction, engineering and infrastructure industries.

Having amassed a strong reputation in contentious and non-contentious law across wide-ranging sectors in previous roles with national and international law firms, she will also support the firm’s commercial departments on technical construction-specific projects.

Partner and head of commercial property at hlw Keeble Hawson, Richard Smith, said: “Whether producing and negotiating bespoke construction contracts or delivering tailored solutions for technical construction-based disputes, Wendy’s role is key to our increased commissions in this sector

“Her appointment reflects our commitment to continue to deliver the highest levels of advice and implementation in every aspect of building, property development and engineering law.”

Greenwood, who is also experienced in contentious and non-contentious law across many sectors, including education, renewable energy, public sector and healthcare said: “hlw Keeble Hawson’s strong track record – re-enforced by Legal 500 highlighting its cross-departmental strengths in the manufacturing and engineering sectors – speaks volumes.

“I’m enjoying applying my skills across the corporate and dispute resolution departments and playing an instrumental role in development commissions with the real estate team.”

The firm’s construction and engineering department has been praised as consistently strong in the latest 2016 Legal 500 Guide.

Pictured: Wendy Greenwood with hlw partner and head of commercial property, Richard Smith

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