- January 5, 2011
A vote for traditional procurement at the right time and in the right place
Traditional procurement has come under scrutiny recently and has acquired a poor reputation in some quarters. It is accused of being adversarial, inefficient and fragmented. It is even suggested that lawyers recommending a traditional procurement route may be negligent! Some would have us believe that the grass is greener elsewhere, but I am sceptical.
- January 6, 2010
Pre-planning appointments: why bother?
Time is money on any construction project and a well drafted pre-planning appointment could save you both. At the start of a construction project, legal formalities are generally not a priority for the parties, who are more likely to be focused on pre-commencement practicalities, such as selecting the right project team, creating a concept design, … Continue reading Pre-planning appointments: why bother? →