Does Anyone Really ‘Plan to Fail’?

An article we once published in a Newsletter set out the merits of the planning function in construction projects. It encouraged Employers of Contractors, in particular, to take a pro-active approach to planning in terms of interrogating and monitoring a Contractor’s programme. This is because it is becoming increasingly apparent Read more…

Is Adjudication Too Expensive?

The right to adjudicate a dispute under a “Construction Contract” came into force in 1998 when the Housing Grants Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 (the Act) became statute. One of the primary objectives of the Act was to assist with ensuring that cash flowed down the supply chain. The adjudication Read more…