Our practical guides focus on the latest developments in the construction industry, and are designed as day-to-day manuals for busy construction professionals.
Our guides contain useful case studies and applied examples, and are intended to assist industry professionals, such as engineers, architects and construction project managers, with issues that they face on a daily basis. Our guides are also highly useful for students of construction law and construction law practitioners.
Partnering and Collaborative Working
Construction Law and Management
By Eric Eggink
March 03, 2020
This book is a step-by-step practical guide on how to achieve successful projects in EPC/turnkey contracting and construction. Mapping out the shape of a project, the book spells out where things often go wrong, where and why disputes arise, and how to avoid conflicts. It is a key reference point ...
By Arent van Wassenaer
April 20, 2017
Written by experienced and innovative projects lawyer Arent van Wassenaer, this book explains what the critical success factors are for construction projects to be completed on time, within everyone’s budget, to the right quality, with all stakeholders satisfied and without disputes. In ...
Edited By Rona Westgate, David Jones, David Savage
December 01, 2002
Partnering and Collaborative Working: Legal and Industry Practice brings together leading construction industry and legal experts to discuss key elements of the partnering process and how they can be implemented....
Edited By Keith Pickavance
April 01, 2007
Construction Law and Management explains the state of design information appropriate to a given procurement route, and the need to identify risks and strategies for managing them. This handy desk side reference offers a comprehensive guide to construction law and management and is essential reading...
By Jeremy Hackett
December 01, 2000
This book discusses practices in preparing and defending claims, bringing in funding, insurance and design team issues. It brings together the basic knowledge from the principal post-1996 legislation required by practitioners, together with an outline of the options and risks....