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What is the position in terms of works that don't comply with an approved design under the JCT DB 2016 form of contract?
Asked by O. Cleghorn MCInstCES, 1 year ago
It may also be worth considering the judgement in Mears v Costplan, which considered what could be deemed to be practically complete.
Things are busy, but is the sector really recruiting?
Asked by Terry Watts, 1 week ago
It's worth adding, and relevant to schools / careers, that apprenticeships can be used for all sorts of qualifications, from the very basic up to MBA ...
What are the thoughts on the application of Main Contractor's Discount (MCD) when not linked to prompt payment? Is this deemed business acceptable?
Asked by Mike Barrett, 2 weeks ago
I agree wit all of the answers here. Terry makes a good point about transparency. Material provenance, for reasons of sustainability and the eliminati ...
How would i spot 'warning signs' that a company i am in contract with may be heading towards insolvency
Asked by Steve Hardy, 1 year ago
The APM did a series on insolvency following Carillion a few years ago.See a link to part three of the series here, which also has a webinar recording ...
Is a provisional sum under JCT Design and Build defined or undefined?
Asked by Tom Spilsted, 2 months ago
"Defined cost" is an NEC term? (e.g. for cost reimbursable contracts)The valuation of provisional sums (included as part of the Employer's Requirement ...