Mark is our National Head of Construction and Engineering. He works across the whole spectrum of construction and engineering disputes and has considerable experience advising on, and drafting documents for, construction and engineering projects, and advising on procurement law. He has a strong reputation for acting for clients in the field of construction and engineering disputes, and has been ranked by both Chambers and Legal 500. He has particular experience in education, commercial, retail and industrial projects. Mark is also a TecSA accredited adjudicator.
"A seasoned campaigner who has built up an unrivalled amount of industry knowledge over the years." – Legal 500, 2021
"He has an extensive knowledge of JCT contracts and is a pleasure to work with... He is very proactive and provides practical advice." – Chambers & Partners, 2021 (Leading Individual – Band 1)
He is "very practical, commercial and a good person to have on the other side when you want to resolve a dispute." – Chambers & Partners, 2020
"A pleasure to work with" - Legal 500, 2019
"He's easy to work with; he is cool, calm, considerate and always has an answer" - Chambers & Partners, 2019
"A standout individual at the top of this game" – Chambers & Partners, 2019
He is "particularly commercially astute." – Chambers & Partners, 2018
Mark Clinton is respected in the market for his "very calm approach." – Chambers & Partners, 2017
Lambeth College– innovative public/private project to develop the College’s Vauxhall campus with a new skills centre, training hotel and residential units.
- Private Developer – large residential scheme in London’s Docklands with some mixed use
- Private Developer – new supermarket development in the South East for a major chain
- International Architects Practice – acting in ICC arbitration in connection with an infrastructure project
- Acting for a health sector client in successful adjudication proceedings for professional negligence in connection with a construction project
Chinese Walls Come Tumbling Down - The Construction Index, April 2020