Economic uncertainty as a result of the UK's recent vote to leave the EU will have "profound and far-reaching" consequences for infrastructure, with project delays and cancellations inevitable, an expert has said.
Willing agreement needed if professional negligence adjudication pilot is to be successful, experts say 15 Jun 2016
FOCUS: The expansion of a pilot adjudication scheme for use in professional negligence cases is good news for those with potential claims - although cooperation between the parties will be essential if the scheme is ultimately to be a success.
Experts call for construction industry 'culture shift' to boost collaboration and improve efficiency 09 Jun 2016
UK construction requires a "fundamental culture shift" if it is to properly take advantage of the increased efficiencies and potential cost savings new technology could bring to the industry, according to a new report by Pinsent Masons, the law firm behind...
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