Conexus Law, the specialist advisory firm that provides legal and commercial advice to clients who work in sectors where the built environment, technology, engineering and people converge has been joined by Gavin Johnson, a built environment technology, construction and engineering lawyer.
Gavin advises Built Environment Technology start-ups on business growth, regulatory, finance and investment, and technology issues. He is a member of the Policy Advisory Committee for the Construction Blockchain Consortium at University College London, advising on policy development for blockchain technologies.
Gavin has over 14 years’ experience of advising clients across several sectors of the built environment, including healthcare, education, real estate, energy, utilities and infrastructure. He also focuses on contentious matters, in-project dispute avoidance and resolution, as well as project completion and legacy. He has further experience in a range of legal disciplines including corporate, finance, regulatory and competition.
Gavin said: “Conexus Law is unique in its focus on this fast moving and challenging sector and I am excited to be part of it. My passion for technology runs throughout my work within the built environment and I have experience across the board, working with start-ups and R&D departments to help support their innovations and with large construction companies to help them to better utilise the latest technology that is available.”
Ed Cooke, Founder at Conexus Law, said; “My decision to start this firm was born from a desire to create a culture that values respectful, meaningful human interactions and connections that will benefit the company and our clients by ensuring individual, team and client satisfaction. Key to this is getting the right people in place and Gavin is a great fit for us in many ways.