Rider Levett Bucknall, or RLB, the leading independent construction, property and management consultancy company has announced that they will be launching a new dedicated Contract Advisory service. This service will work to deliver specialist advice to RLB’s customers, and covers all aspects of procurement and contract drafting and negotiations as well as dispute avoidance and dispute resolution.
The Contract Advisory service will be headed up by Aziz Mehtajee. Aziz joined RLB from Arcadis and has been involved in the launch of this new service. Aziz is known for being an authority on procurement as well as contract advice. He also has more than 25 years of experience from a wide variety of construction projects that have taken place within the public, utilities, infrastructure and private sectors.
The Head of Advisory services at RLB, Mark Schumann has said that the independent construction, property and management consultants are delighted to launch this new Contract Advisory Service and that the company’s new offering builds on the work that has been put into this area already, and another example of how the company is able to respond to and assist their customers.
Aziz Mehtajee the new Contract Advisory head has said that the changes are a part of a very exciting time for the company and that RLB are already at work on a number of commissions in the UK. One of these commissions is helping the Centre for Environmental Fisheries & Aquaculture Science and Mulbury City with their procurements. RLB has also be instructed on a quantum expert commission that is connected to a dispute on an infrastructure contract.
The independent consultants have also been joined by Karolina Grzegorek, who has joined the company as a senior Consultant. Karolina will be an asset to the company and has experience in advising and implementing strategic procurement solutions as well as contracting strategies for the public and private sectors.