In this edition of our Construction and Engineering Bulletin, we focus on how adjudication can benefit businesses working in this sector:
A jury has found a construction firm boss guilty of manslaughter after the death of a member of the public, who was killed when a stack of window frames collapsed on her.
A new survey has suggested that some central government departments are failing to enforce the BIM 2 mandate, which was due to take effect more than a year ago.
Construction employers who offer apprenticeships are being warned that if they withdraw training early, they may be acting in breach of employment laws.
The controversial and long awaited decision for a new route across the lower River Thames has finally been confirmed.
A good relationship with your shareholders and partners can take many years to build, yet can be destroyed in a moment.
Around 60,000 workers in the construction and engineering sectors downed tools to show support for a national initiative aimed at encouraging better health, safety and wellbeing at work.
One of the largest construction firms in the UK has been fined £400,000 after a worker was injured on-site.
Construction firms are being warned to be aware of infringing copyright regulations after a developer was taken to court recently for unlawfully copying design drawings.
If you are going to incur delays on a construction project, the last institution you’d want to upset is the Technology and Construction Court (TCC).