Issue : 7 December 2018
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How clients and contractors define value is changing – the question now is whether the industry can consign bad habits to history.
A top judge came out of retirement to help decide a crucial question around interim payments and adjudications, as Hazel Boland-Shanahan explains.
Bidding: 9 trends to watch in 2019Subscription
It would take a brave person to confidently state what 2019 will bring.
Top 10 features of 2018: Spurs, Crossrail and CN100 Subscription
Our top 10 features of the year look at major projects, the collapse of Carillion, the UK’s biggest contractors and some disruptive technologies.
The Hackitt review was welcomed across UK construction as an opportunity to deliver meaningful reform. But it is important that it delivers the right outcomes.
A look back at the most-read news stories in 2018, from Carillion’s collapse, to the CN100.
Despite Toshiba’s recent decision to wind up its NuGeneration plans, there is still a need and appetite for Moorside to happen.
Liquidated damages ruling put to the testSubscription
A much-discussed decision about liquidated damages has now been put to the test – with implications for contractors, Jane Fender-Allison writes.
Crossrail delay to cost up to £2bnSubscription
Transport for London has confirmed a new financing agreement for the final stages of Crossrail, with the delayed project now expected to cost a further £1.6bn-£2bn.
CN Specialists Index: A look at how the industry’s specialists are faring? Preview: The year ahead