Construction Opportunities – Scotland

Practice Area: Construction, Construction Dispute, Construction Litigation
Level: Assistant, Associate, Full Time
Section: Law Firm
Location: Scotland, Central Belt, Edinburgh, Glasgow
Ref: FW7917



At Frasia Wright Associates we are currently handling a range of challenging and exciting construction opportunities and are seeing an increase in demand for construction specialists within the profession at all levels, throughout Scotland. So, if you are looking for a new challenge as a construction lawyer, at any level – please contact us for a confidential discussion or visit our website. A small selection of what we have to offer is featured below:

Construction Associate – Glasgow                                        

The role will involve a wide range of work including contentious and transactional matters.  Interested candidates should be well versed in constructional work and have around 2-6 years’ PQE in this area of the law.  Candidates with both contentious and non-contentious construction experienced are encouraged to apply.  The firm can offer a supportive working environment, as well as a clear career progression path.  Secondment opportunities also exist. (Assignment 13107)

Construction Litigation Solicitor – Edinburgh or Glasgow             

This is a high-profile team who specialise in risk and construction disputes.  You will be responsible for advising contractors, developers and construction experts on building and infrastructure projects.  The ideal candidate should have between 2 – 8 years’ PQE and be keen to pursue their career in this area.  Previous construction litigation experience would be an advantage.  (Assignment 13889)

Construction Solicitor – Edinburgh or Glasgow                                                              

Clients include a mix of regional and national companies, local authorities and educational institutions to which the team provides the full range of non-contentious and contentious construction services.  The team has worked on many large projects in the region and nationally.  Interested candidates should have between 1-8 years’ PQE, with knowledge and experience in construction as well as drafting and revising contracts and appointments for a range of projects.  Dual qualification with an interest in energy would be advantageous, but not essential.  (Assignment 12216)

Non-contentious Construction Solicitor – Edinburgh                                                   

You will advise on all aspects of construction matters which will include drafting construction contracts, as well as collateral warranty agreements, performance bonds, guarantees, framework agreements, and project documents.  To be considered for this position you should have at least 3 years’ PQE and previous construction and capital projects experience.  (Assignment 13888)

Transactional Construction Solicitor – Edinburgh or Glasgow                                   

This team act for a wide range of clients across construction, energy and projects sectors.  The role will focus on non-contentious work.  The ideal candidate will be at the 2-6 years’ PQE level with experience in infrastructure and energy related transactional (non-contentious) construction work.   Candidates with general transactional construction experience and a general interest to pursue their career in this area would be considered.  (Assignment 12307)

If any of the above positions are of interest or to discuss property opportunities more generally, please get in touch with Frasia, Cameron, Teddie, Robert or Stephanie for an initial and confidential discussion.

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