All Legal Articles
A group of contractors who worked in a consortium to expand the Panama Canal have won $34.9 million at a tribunal following a dispute of the project.
UK demolition contractors federation responds to bid rigging fines issued to 10 companies
CEO says penalty does not reflect ‘actual level of culpability’
Three directors also disqualified after UK Competition and Markets Authority investigation
Contractor among 67 prosecutions for tower crane collapse attributed to foundation failure
Bureau Veritas pubishes guide to assessing green claims
Health and safety guidance aims to deter non-compliant employers
Saudi contractor ordered to pay a fine of more than $5 million and seven people are fined and jailed
Could the adjudication process change in the future?
Association’s 2023 National Policy Agenda calls for ‘sensible legislation and regulation’
New safety rules will regulate connectivity, autonomy, and data dependency
The European Commission has launched a new consultation aimed at tackling late payment in business
Ex UK council worker pocketed funds that should have been returned to road builders
Demolition association says proposed changes add complexity and cost
The topic of safety should always remain a key topic for construction sites, writes Richard Vann of RVA Group
French contractors says allegations about subsidiary QDVC are unfair
Frustration is growing in Italy at illogical and inefficient permit regulations
Government labour department investigating luffing jib tower crane collapse
Joe Harmon, chief product owner at Evotix outlines the importance of keeping construction workers safe, and how failure to comply with regulations can lead to severe consequences.