Trowers and Hamlins

     PPC2000, SPC2000 and TPC2005 are written by a team drawn from the award-winning Projects and Construction Group at Trowers & Hamlins, described as “one of the UK's strongest non-contentious teams” (Legal 500, 2003). They are supported with input drawn from the experience of a wide variety of project partnering teams and their advisers.

Trowers & Hamlins’ head office is at: Sceptre Court, 40 Tower Hill, London EC3N 4DX
Tel: 020 7423 8000 Fax: 020 7423 8001 email:
Contact: David Mosey, Partner

David Mosey is Head of the Projects and Construction department. He is a specialist in UK/international construction and engineering law with more than 20 years experience advising clients, contractors, consultants and project teams across a range of building and infrastructure projects. He is a leading adviser on partnering and strategic alliancing, and has advised on more than 100 partnered projects/programmes, with values ranging from £1m to £800m, in the public and private sectors. He has particular expertise in procurement strategies, risk analysis, standard and bespoke contracts and professional appointments. David is an accredited Partnering Adviser. In February 2001, David and his team won 'Construction Team of the Year' at the Legal Business Awards 2000.

Charles Morrish is a partner in the Projects & Construction department. Prior to joining Trowers & Hamlins, he spent 10 years working as in-house counsel for George Wimpey Plc. He has considerable knowledge and experience of all forms of construction and services procurement and related documentation. He also advises both public and private sector clients on PFI/PPP projects and other partnered procurement methods. Charles heads up the firm’s EU procurement practice, advising clients across the public sector on the application and impact of EU procurement directives (and related UK regulations) on all forms of procurement strategy including PFI/PPP and partnered framework agreements.

Andrew Vickery has practised construction law since 1984, acting for a wide variety of clients in the public and private sectors. He has advised commercial developers, commercial organisations, Registered Social Landlords, local authorities, Central Government, contractors, consultants and insurers on all aspects of construction law. Andrew has particular experience in advising on programmes for refurbishing social housing and on forms of contract for partnering reactive maintenance services. He is also a member of the Association of Partnering Advisers and a co-author of Tolley's Construction Health and Safety.