Rebecca is a construction industry expert where she works with clients on the front end and back end of their construction matters. This means that she can help clients at any point in their project - from initiation to completion and whatever may follow.
She acts for a diverse range of clients – contractors, subcontractors, principals, local government, builders and homeowners. She regularly advises clients on issues relating to payment, cancellation, variations, delay, defects and certification.
Rebecca has a broad range of experience in construction adjudication under the Construction Contracts Act 2002, arbitration, court litigation and mediation, gained in New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
She also provides front end advice on contract drafting (building and construction contracts, and consultancy agreements) and requirements under the Building Act 2004 and associated regulations. She is familiar with a range of standard forms including NZS 3910/3915/3916, Masterbuild, Certified Builders, CCCS, AS, NEC3, JCT, FIDIC and IChemE.
Rebecca is a member of the Society of Construction Law and the National Association of Women in Construction. She is also admitted as a Solicitor of England and Wales (non-practising).
In the 2021 Doyles Guide
, Rebecca is recognised again for her construction industry expertise.
"I enjoy working closely with my clients in order to achieve the best possible outcome for them."