"A construction and legal professional at your disposal"
A boutique construction and legal services firm operating from Galway in the West of Ireland with reach across Ireland, the UK and into New York State.
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Sub-Contractor Book Deal
Mark Kane is currently in an advanced stage of writing a book on the protection and rights of Irish construction sub-contractors. Tentative agreement with his proposed publisher is that it will be published in mid-September 2013. If you have any issues you would like addressed in the book please email the Office of Mark Kane prior to 1st June 2013. email@example.com
Mark Kane is an international professional in both the construction and legal industries based out of Galway in the West of Ireland with an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and construction practice covering all of Ireland and United Kingdom. He is an active member of his local chamber of commerce. He has worked with clients at every level within the supply chain in resolving disputes and project delivery.
Mark Kane’s academic qualifications include honours degrees in Law, Construction Management and post-graduate qualifications in Arbitration and Construction Law. He is recognised as a Construction Manager and Chartered Builder by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), he is recognised as an Engineer specifically in the field of Civil Engineering by Engineers Ireland and as a Dispute Resolver and Arbitration Fellow by the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
In addition to the above Mark Kane is an Attorney and Counselor-At-Law admitted in New York and has had work published on matters including dispute resolution, New York tort law, international construction law and contracts.
Landmark projects delivered by teams including Mark Kane include several multi-billion euro Microelectronic Fabrication Plants and modification/retrofit to same, the London 2012 Olympic Park and significant transport infrastructure projects in Ireland.
Mark Kane’s experience in dispute resolution and project delivery includes significant experience working with and under the various versions of the FIDIC, JCT, RIAI, GDLA, GCCC (PWC), CIOB, NEC3 suites of contract and bespoke professional service contracts for multi-million dollar consultancy, planning, design and engineering contracts.
We operate a green office: We pride ourselves on our sustainable business practices. For example did you know that:
24% of our power is sourced from renewable sustainable sources such that the generation of the electricity supplied to our office results in 31% less CO2 emissions per MWh than similar standard office spaces.
Waste is separated and paper is shredded and composted.
Local suppliers are our first choice every time.
We always suggest teleconferencing or video conferencing where appropriate.
Our staff are encouraged to travel to work and on business by sustainable public transport.
We incorporate high levels of technology and adaptable human systems which allow our staff to be as effective in London on a client’s site as they would be in Dublin or Galway.
All these modern sustainable practices result in cost savings to us which we share with our clients through reasonable rates and unmatched professional flexibility.
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Office of Mark Kane, Deich Garrai Glas, Corofin Village, Cummer-Tuam, Co. Galway, Ireland.
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