Siobhan Kenny is an Associate in the Property & Construction Group at Eugene F. Collins. Siobhan acts on behalf of a broad spectrum of clients involved on the construction law aspects of building projects, providing advice on a full range of issues within the industry, both contentious and non-contentious.
With over 20 years of practice in advising clients on construction projects, Siobhan brings a wealth of experience to her advice to clients on strategy, on procedure and on engagement, should a dispute arise.
Siobhan’s non-contentious practice involves the drafting, review and analysis of complex contracts and the provision of advice and guidance to clients involved in intricate contractual arrangements on construction projects. She is familiar with all standard forms of building contract in common use in Irish projects, and regularly drafts, reviews and advises on bespoke conditions of contract and all ancillary and related documents suitable for individual projects.
Involvement in construction law has inevitably meant exposure to the public procurement of works contracts, as well as to the regulatory and compliance issues which arise during both the planning and construction phases of a project. Siobhan has been involved in comprehensive reviews of individual competitions, and the circumstances of awards as well as advising clients in respect of the procurement process.
Siobhan has developed and delivered a range of presentations at various conferences throughout Ireland, and is currently Lecturer and Examiner in Contract and Tort on a post graduate Project Management course run by the Engineering Department of Trinity College, Dublin.
Admitted as a Solicitor in Ireland in 1990
BA Mod Leg Sci, Trinity College Dublin
Member of the Law Society of Ireland and the Society of Construction Lawyers