Useful Construction Resources "COVID-19"
Coronavirus Covid-19 - Site Operating Procedures - guidance to construction companies by the Construction Leadership Council (CLC)
1 April, 2020
Site Operating Procedures – Protecting Your Workforce The Construction Leadership Council (CLC) have published guidance to the UK construction companies who are continuing to operate during the Coronavirus Covid-19 crisis
Defining completion of construction works and extensions of time. RICS guidance.
13 April, 2020
With the current Covid - 19 pandemic and its impact on the construction industry, once the current uncertainty is over how will the parties to contract react, will practical completion be more difficult to agree if a potential tenant or owners have pulled
Covid-19 Insight Navigating a new world. A paper by MACE May 2020.
10 May, 2020
Managing the impact and risks on the construction industry.
How disruption is reshaping the world's largest ecosystem. McKinsey & Company - The next normal in construction - June 2020.
15 June, 2020
Historically the construction industry has underperformed. A changing market environment, technological progress, and disruptive new entrants will trigger industry overhaul. Almost half of incumbent value added is at stake. Transformation will take time,
Liquidated damages during Covid-19 pandemic - A webinar by Hawkswell Kilvington 30 April 2020
15 June, 2020
What are liquidated damages? The procedure for deducting. Serving notices.the effects of Covid-19. Concurrent delay. Has there been a change in the law?
Seizing the day: Positive change from lockdown for the construction and infrastructure industry. A Balfour Beatty paper.
5 July, 2020
A view across the construction spectrum looking forward as to how the industry can build on the flexibility and ability to adapt as shown through the lockdown. Nine key recommendations, well worth a read.
Howden: Covid-19 Business Interruption FCA Test Case Guide - 15 January 2021 - Howden Insurance Brokers Limited.
31 January, 2021
A guide to the complexities of the recent Supreme Court decision.
Force Majeure and Covid-19 - Matthew Finn of Keating Chambers
23 March, 2021
Term ‘force majeure’ is of French origin ➢ Concept recognised by many civil law systems (such as French Civil Code) as a defence to a claim for breach of contract ➢ Concept not recognised by the common law, which recognises frustration instead (narrow