NBS National Construction Contracts & Law Survey 2013

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Posted by APM on 19th Jul 2013

The National Construction Contracts and Law Survey aims to gain a better understanding as to which construction contracts are being used and what are the contractual and dispute resolution issues that construction professionals face.

The survey is the most wide-ranging independent review of contractual and legal issues throughout the industry, and will provide an accurate and in-depth picture of legal issues and disputes at each phase of construction, covering subjects such as:

  • tendering and procurement
  • pricing
  • the reference and adoption of BIM in contracts
  • collaborative working; and the
  • main issues of dispute, their duration and value

The survey will close on Wednesday 31 July. Respondents will remain anonymous and all completed surveys will be entered into a draw to win an Apple iPad.

Take part in the survey.

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