Stuart Jordan is listed as a "leading individual" for construction in Chambers UK, 2017 and his entry includes: “Sources single out his “excellent knowledge of FIDIC.” He has notable experience of construction matters in the Middle East.”
He is a regular conference speaker on the theory and practice of construction procurement, and writes the legal page for Gulf Construction magazine each month.
Stuart handles both disputes work and “front end” projects. He advises developers, owners and contractors in the EMEA regions in the construction, energy and infrastructure sectors.
Stuart's practice focuses on procurement strategies in power, transport infrastructure, oil, gas, petrochemical, nuclear process and other industrial construction contracts, technology licences, professional appointments, long term agreements (LTSA), operations & maintenance (O&M), DBFO and other concession agreements.
In disputes, he has experience in all mainstream processes including litigation, arbitration, statutory adjudication and all kinds of contractual disputes processes. His experience includes valuation, performance failures, defects, change order process, design development and contractor claims for extensions of time and “loss and expense." He is skilled in delay and disruption and is co-author of the Delay and Disruption Protocol, published by the Society of Construction Law.