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  • 11 September 2016

    JCOP Workshop - Protection of Construction Sites and Buildings Undergoing Renovation

    New for 2017, we will be launching a half day workshop that will review the 9th edition of the Joint Code of Practice on the Protection of Construction Sites and Buildings Undergoing Renovation” (“the Fire Code”) and how you can ensure that you comply.

    jcop workshop
  • 29 February 2016

    ‘A Contract Journey’ the Legal & Insurance Perspective

    ‘A Contract Journey’ the Legal Perspective

    As with any journey reaching the right destination demands advance preparation. However, where the contract journey is concerned, legal advice is often only sought when a problem arises, when getting the right professional advice at the outset, ensuring parties are clear about what is intended and taking simple actions such as checking the detail of the contract documentation are all proven ways of saving time and expense further down the contract road.

    Contract Journey
  • 25 February 2016

    Why are Bonds so relevant to the Construction industry?

    Bonds are required in any sector where there is an obligation to deliver or perform contractually. This can be from construction, engineering, and right through to environmental waste collection. Any contract where there is a performance obligation could have a bond attached to it.

    Construction Bonds
  • 20 November 2014

    Environmental Insurance: Exploding the Myths

    A range of specialist environmental insurance policies is available our construction team explore the common myths and how you can fill these significant gaps in pollution liability coverage that might exist under your current insurances and to thereby reduce your exposure to uninsured losses.

  • 13 November 2014

    Insurance for Construction - Environmental and Pollution Liabilities

    Construction activities, especially on brownfield sites, have significant potential to cause adverse environmental impacts through pollution and/or release of existing contamination.

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