London – LAWFUEL – UK Business + Law – DLA Piper is pleased to announce the appointment of Stuart Jordan as a partner in its Engineering and Construction Group. Stuart was previously a partner at Campbell Hooper where he founded their Major Projects Group.
Stuart has extensive experience in the drafting and negotiation of development agreements and construction contracts and a thorough grasp of Private/Public Sector procurement. Historically he was involved in a variety of construction projects at Campbell Hooper including the Greenwich Millennium Village, oil refinery work in the Middle East and leisure and development projects in Russia.
The arrival of a second new partner (Cecily Davis joined in November 2006 from Shadbolts) with significant experience of working with developers participating in major urban regeneration projects augments the already very substantial national business and represents another step in the continued growth of the team. The London business now comprises 3 partners, 2 associates and 4 assistants. Stuart’s appointment is also in line with the firms plans to expand its regeneration practice.
Graeme Bradley, the national head of DLA Piper’s Engineering and Construction Group, commented: “We are delighted to have Stuart on board. His skill-set is a natural fit for us and his arrival further strengthens our capability at a time when we are seeing a burgeoning workload from major clients across the industry.”
Stuart Jordan commented: “It is an exciting time to join DLA Piper. The firm is really making its mark in the UK and international construction markets. DLA Piper has a global reach like no other firm. We are exceptionally well placed to build up the provision of international construction expertise to the emerging markets.”