Mr Duncan Wallace is the possessor of a mighty intellect and has provided a supplement (Hudson's Building & Engineering Contracts 11th Edition First Supplement), which is comprehensive and scholarly.
However, does anyone know if Mr Wallace has ever had a dodgy house built or had rubble fall on his car from a building site? I ask because his disdain for construction "producers" is startling.

He derides the risks that contractors expect the client side of the industry to bear as if they were part of a nefarious plot. He also ignores the progressive thinking of a process begun by Latham and carried on in the Egan Report, and seems to see the developments as scandalous. Perhaps Mr Wallace is just a curmudgeon.

I would like to add my voice to a big well done to those in the industry who actually build.