We round-up articles looking at all aspects of procurement.
03 December 2018
Digital Information Specialist at Bond Bryan, Emma Hooper, gives us her view on what needs to change when it comes to value engineering.
A Home Office campaign is targeting illegal workers in the construction industry. We explore the intention and impact, and look at ways of enticing new people into the industry or encouraging skilled people to return.
A recent judgement serves as a reminder for parties looking to challenge Final Certificates – whether through adjudication, arbitration or legal proceedings – to do so in a timely manner.
When disputes arise mediation is one mechanism, among many others, available to help parties resolve their differences.
Public procurement is one of the major items of expenditure for purchasing authorities in Europe and an important element of the European Single Market. Here, Roland Finch takes a look at what’s new.
We assess the impact of the Government Construction Strategy report.
We look at reasons building contracts are required.
Nick Moss, of the Central Point of Expertise on Timber Procurement, discusses the importance of the UK government timber procurement policy and its relevance to BREEAM.
John Boanson shares some wisdom on dispute resolution drawing on his expertise in the field.
With the construction industry adopting design and build, partnering, or PFI procurement for certain sized projects, NBS is consulting with subscribers to understand and formulate proposals that address the particular challenges associated with these procurement routes.