Contract Law & Commercial Advisory
CIBER ADR is a full-service company for individuals and companies wishing to strengthen their commercial relationships with their customers and control cost in their supply chains.
CIBER ADR specialises in bringing control and process to all your contractual relationships; employing us will lead to increases in revenue, add profit streams and importantly leave a legacy of transferred knowledge your organisation can leverage for future financial growth.
Our services start from the winning and negotiation of new projects, advising and coaching our clients how to strategic win competitive work at good margins & on acceptable terms and conditions, We’ll also be there during execution to safe guard and enhance your position, and again with you to final account realising commercial margins.
Our day-to-day goal is to strengthen our customers’ cash flow and add revenue opportunities possibly overlooked by the delivery teams.
Our Services include:
- Forensic Discovery (Variation and Change)
- Contract T&Cs report (JCT, NEC, FIDIC)
- Final Account Revenue recovery
- Cost Revenue Analysis
- Book Debt and Retention Recovery
- Legal Recovery (MCOL / Statutory Demands)
- Commercial Restructuring
- Business Rules Advisory
- Mediation and Adjudication
- EOT claims
Our principle concern is to avoid conflict leading to no win scenarios where our clients are left with hollow and expensive victories
Unfortunately on occasions client relationships break down, and natural justice is the necessary route to recover monies fair and duly payable.
CIBER ADR are fully qualified to step into these more involved legal processes to retrieve the sums due through Adjudication or possibly Arbitration. Throughout CIBER ADR provides a one stop service providing expert guidance on the viability of any crystallised dispute you may wish to pursue.
Our legally trained consultants are construction professionals, all having long careers within Construction before entering Adjudication, Arbitration, Litigation and Mediation work. Unlike a commercial law practice, our foundations are in Construction, our consultants being fully conversant around contracting culture and frustrations.
Our consultants experience with time and money disputes come from real-life work experience within blue-chip client organisations worldwide.
CIBER ADR encourages resolution through the most efficient method. Our focus is on the solution. We work for all commercial enterprises, such as consultancies, main contractors, specialist subcontractors’ suppliers and manufacturers within most construction industry sectors, focusing on construction and development disputes.
CIBER ADR working experience
Construction disputes are time-consuming and eat into the working stress levels very quickly. We have a unique database of knowledge to manage your construction dispute to a positive conclusion. We employ several expert panels within the business to find the optimal strategic commercial solution supported in an appropriate narrative and evidence.
CIS - Construction Industry Social & Free Claims Surgery (1)
27 May, 15:00 – 21:00 UTC
The Betjamin, 53, St Pancras International Station, Euston Rd, Kings Cross, London, N1C 4Q
Nothing Like It for making contacts and getting some free advice on claims, come and join us when the lockdown is lifted for a social gathering of fellow construction professionals
Administration Walk in Surgery
27 Apr, 11:00 – 15:00 BST
Poultry, 1 Poultry, London EC2R 8EJ, UK
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