Northwest specialist faces seven court orders to pay debts totalling £111,698 amid reports of financial difficulties
When things went awry with the Wests’ riverside home, and the builder was already insolvent, they sued the architect. Why? He should have taken better care of them
Working in jurisdictions abroad
A decade after the invasion of Iraq there are opportunities for UK firms in the country’s infrastructure sector. But they must be aware of the legal framework they will be working in
The legal view
Project bank accounts provide security of payment to contractors, reduce supply chain risk and even save the client money. They just need to be set up properly
Appointing a BIM manager early on a project is important to gain maximum benefit and avoid disputes. Is there already someone on the team who could take the job on though?
BIM has the potential to change the face of the construction industry, but will it?
Central to the introduction of BIM level 2 will be a protocol that ensures that everyone knows what they can expect from the other parties on the project
As BIM embeds itself deeper in the construction industry, contracts that facilitate collaboration in the project team are becoming vital. PPC2000 is one of these…
As we await the first court judgment on the Construction Act’s amended payment rules, questions remain over whether the law says exactly what legislators meant it to …