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UK Construction Disputes Consultancies at the Forefront of Major International Disputes

Overseas Quantum Delay Claims and Dispute Quantity Surveying UK

Whilst the market for British construction professionals overseas has been on a steady decline for several years it may come as a shock to know that many UK based consultancies in the construction disputes sector are working on international disputes often out of their UK head offices.…

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How valuable is this RICS Expert Witness Certificate?

Quantum Delay Claims and Dispute Career Advice UK

The RICS Expert Witness Certificate is appearing more frequently on candidate CV’s in the construction disputes sector. For those of you unfamiliar with this course, I’ll shed some light on what it is, and how valuable it may be to your career.…

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Water Industry Ramping Up for AMP7

Utilities Construction Civil Engineering Quantity Surveying Project Management UK

The upcoming AMP7 period is increasing demand in the South East for QS, commercial managers, project managers & planners with water industry experience.…

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Making the move from Traditional Planning into Expert Witness Services

Quantity Surveying Career Advice UK

Working in Expert Witness Services and being involved in construction disputes has always been an appealing and lucrative sector to work in for construction professionals, however this sector seems to be growing year on year.…

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Industry News

Contract awarded for ‘Mama’ and ‘Baby’ Seattle towers

Walsh Group has been appointed to build a residential tower complex up to 45 storeys high in Seattle, USA.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 23 August, 05:26 Read more »

US government launches ‘rust busters’ prize competition

The US government has launched a prize competition that seeks to identify new ideas for controlling corrosion in steel structures such as penstocks at dams.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 23 August, 08:54 Read more »

Trials seek to reduce aviation noise impact

West Dunbartonshire Council is to test a series of measures aimed at reducing the impact of aircraft noise on homes in the area and further afield.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 23 August, 08:48 Read more »

Aarsleff opens Yorkshire office

Danish piling contractor Per Aarsleff has chosen Doncaster as the location for its third UK office.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 23 August, 08:39 Read more »

Graham completes first Dounreay concrete pour [ - with video]

Construction of a radioactive waste bunker at the Dounreay nuclear power station in Scotland has reached a milestone with the completion of the first concrete pour.

Source: The Construction Index Last updated: 23 August, 08:22 Read more »
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