“The high-quality service and value for money ethos we share, as well as the focus on building genuine relationships between clients and colleagues were major factors in my decision to join.
Primas has announced the appointment of an experienced Partner to head up a new Built Environment Projects team to provide specialist and related construction advice, further bolstering its offer to businesses across the North West and London.
In response to increasing demand from real estate clients, specialist construction lawyer David Vayro has joined the firm from DWF.
David’s experience of more than 20 years lies in providing construction legal services to clients in the building, development, private and social housing, occupier, hotel and leisure, energy and industrial and groceries sectors.
Throughout his career, David has acted for end-users, developers, funders, contractors, specialist subcontractors and professional team members in a range of construction disputes.
He specialises in transactional work, but also has many years’ experience in conflict management and dispute.
Adam Kerr, Managing Partner, hailed David’s appointment and the creation of the new Built Environment Projects Team as another key milestone for the firm.
“We are really pleased to announce the arrival of David as a new Partner at Primas, and he has a key role to play in spearheading the setup, development and growth of our new Built Environment Projects Team,” he said.
“Establishing a specialist construction team, led by an experienced and highly regarded partner like David will help complement and strengthen the expert service provision of our other teams, and this has been one of our key strategic objectives during the last two years.”
Primas’ growth plans have been ambitious over the last few years, with the firm merging with Manchester-based corporate law firm, Freeman Fisher at the end of 2019.
Of his move to Primas, David Vayro said: “I am incredibly excited to be joining Primas at this key stage in the firm’s ongoing growth and development. The Primas mantra that a legal services business doesn’t have to be big to be great is so refreshing, particularly in a business world where the personal touch can often get lost in corporatism.
“The high-quality service and value for money ethos we share, as well as the focus on building genuine relationships between clients and colleagues were major factors in my decision to join. I look forward to working with everyone at Primas to provide an integrated construction legal services offering to existing and new clients.”