Probyn Miers, HKA merge to bring experts "under one roof"

The UK firm of architects in the field of construction dispute avoidance and resolution will now be part of HKA with immediate effect

Probyn Miers has merged with HKA [representational]
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Probyn Miers has merged with HKA [representational]

Construction claims and dispute resolution consultancy and advisory HKA has revealed that Probyn Miers will now become part of the business with immediate effect.

Founded in 1998 with offices in London and Dubai, Probyn Miers comprises a team of experts specialising in engineering and construction related disputes on projects across sectors including commercial, energy, transportation infrastructure, residential and high-rise towers, international airports, hospitality, and other complex building types.

HKA said the addition of Probyn Miers will bring expertise from projects across the world including Africa, Asia, Australasia, South America, the Caribbean, Russia, China, and the Middle East as well as throughout Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).

Commenting on the merge, HKA partner and chief business development officer Toby Hunt said: “The addition of the Probyn Miers team will significantly enhance our expert witness service offering, with HKA now employing over 360 technical subject-matter experts.

He added: “It will also further complement our unique, multidisciplinary service that combines quantum, engineering and architecture, delay, disruption, damages and digital (QED+), putting us in a unique position to provide clients with a best in class one-stop solution on their projects.”

Elaborating on the announcement, Probyn Miers founder Christopher Miers believed that to bring together “outstanding engineering and architecture experts all under one roof” enables them to lead the international field of coordinated construction expertise and to provide a multi-disciplinary team of strength and depth.

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