Work of the Technology and Construction Court

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An extract from “London Bridge” RBAET

The TCC is a specialist court with specialist judges who deal with all types of construction, engineering and technology disputes both from within the UK and which arise internationally. The work includes the following:

  • Building, construction and engineering contract disputes;
  • Claims relating to the design, supply and installation of computers, software and related network systems;
  • Professional negligence disputes relating to surveyors, engineers, architects, accountants and other specialist advisers in the construction, engineering and technology fields;
  • Claims relating to the supply and provision of materials, goods, plant and other services;
  • Dilapidation claims as between landlord and tenant;
  • Environmental issues, including pollution and reclamation;
  • Nuisance claims relating to land use;
  • Claims arising out of fires and explosions;
  • Public procurement (in all fields);
  • Enforcement of or challenges to adjudicators’ decisions arising out of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 (as amended);
  • Challenges to decisions of arbitrators in the construction, engineering and technology fields;
  • Insurance disputes related to construction, engineering and technology;
  • Contractual disputes involving oil and gas installations, onshore and offshore, and shipbuilding;
  • Procurement challenges in technology and construction and other cases.