Helping you maximise the profit on every job
Construction Dispute Resolution Experts
At the core of this success has been our proactive construction dispute avoidance approach, which is carefully designed to help organisations identify, assess and minimise commercial risk.
In essence, our work centres on identifying key areas of risk at an individual project or corporate level. We then work extensively with all relevant stakeholders to mitigate this risk through contractual or procedural developments and adjustments.
As a result, we help to ensure construction subcontractors like you maximise the profit on each and every project by receiving prompt and complete payment for all products and services provided.
What’s more, when issues do arise, our experts are committed to using a combination of mediation, adjudication, arbitration and if necessary litigation, in order to successfully resolve disputes in a positive and commercially desirable manner.
To find out more about how we can help, simply call us direct on +44 (0) 116 367 6123 or email email@example.com
In difficult times, getting paid in full and on time is more important than ever. Despite this, our research shows that many subcontractors still have only a basic understanding of their contractual rights and what to do if there is a payment dispute.
Our construction dispute resolution experts will help you decide on a course of action that makes the best commercial sense. We’ll then work with you every step of the way, securing the profitability of each contract and protecting the future of your business.
Trusted by subcontractors for over 25 years
Don't waste time
Taking the right action
Prevention is better than cure
Construction Dispute Resolution
Helping you resolve disputes in a way that maximises profit whilst still protecting client relationships and future business opportunities.
Helping you assess the risk of new contracts to create a fairer commercial relationship with your customers and a more profitable future for your business.
Keeping your key staff up to date on best practice operational management policies, helping them identify and mitigate potential risks before a dispute arises.
On Demand Expertise
Our innovative helpdesk solution offers on demand advice and guidance on every aspect of construction contract assessment, management and dispute resolution.
Why Choose PJE?
The business was started by someone with direct personal experience of running a construction business. This means we know how important it is to balance legal enforcement with commercial risk. As a result, our strategy for positive construction dispute resolution will always include an examination of all the available options.
A Proven Track Record
Our success depends on your success. We will never advise you to take action unless we are confident of securing a positive outcome for your business. In fact, we have won over 95% of cases we’ve taken on.
We believe that helping subcontractors receive full and timely payment results in more than just increased profitability for individual businesses, it creates a more stable and sustainable construction industry for everyone.
All our customers get direct access to construction dispute resolution experts with decades of experience in successfully resolving payment disputes and securing construction contract profitability.
Mark C Thomas (Consultant)
FRICS FCIArb C.Dir FIOD
Mark has over 30 years of experience in the construction industry working on major construction projects in a wide range of industry sectors in the UK and overseas. As a PJE consultant, Mark acts as an expert witness and advocate in the resolution of contractual difficulties and disputes.
Tony Mellon (Consultant)
Roofing Specialist & Expert Witness
Keith Roberts (Consultant)
M.Sc FRICS C Eng MIStructE MCIOB FCIARB
Keith has worked as a PJE consultant for many years and is a Chartered Engineer, Chartered Building Surveyor, Chartered Structural Engineer, Chartered Construction Manager and a Chartered Arbitrator. He is also an Accredited Adjudicator, an Accredited Mediator and a RICS Accredited Expert Witness.
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We’ll help you keep up to date on the latest development in construction law, contract management and dispute resoltuion.
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What Our Clients Say
Wayne McNeill, Director, C&M Mechanical Pipework Services (Leicester) Ltd
Tim Waterson, Commercial Director, Landmark Limited, Esher
We achieved a great settlement – we are as pleased as punch as we didn’t need to go to Adjudication in the end, the quality of the documents produced by PJE swung it for us against a previously entrenched position by the main contractor
Bruce Cheyne, Kara Construction Limited, West Midlands
We can’t thank Peter English enough. If we had lost this Arbitration it could have spelt disaster for us. But we won thanks to the professionalism, organisation and knowledge of PJE International and their Instructed Barrister, Peter Collie