Architects and Engineers Law

We have profound knowledge of the issues facing architects and engineers in an increasingly complicated construction law landscape.

An appropriate contract is an important step to avoid costly litigation.

A contract between you and your client sets out the terms of the project.

A contract that holds up is one that is specific about the scope of the project and contains unambiguous language.

Our continuous collaboration with planning offices of all sizes enables us to handle claims regarding planning fees with as little disruption to your business as possible.

While representing your interests we always are aware of your commercial concerns and the challenges you face.

The Official Scale of Fees for Services by Architects and Engineers (HOAI) gives place for many new contractual agreements.

Claims regarding defects and damages have enormous economic relevance.

We have special knowledge for example in:

  • finding the right approach in case the damage exceeds the insured sum
  • correct proceeding regarding recourse claims
  • insolvency of one of the parties involved
  • liability of architects and engineers regarding the costs of the building, including the resulting problems relating to liability insurance