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Construction subcontracts: for what we are about to receive

Hughes, W., Gray, C. and Murdoch, J. (1994) Construction subcontracts: for what we are about to receive. In: 7th Annual Construction Law Conference, "Risk, Management and Procurement in Construction", September 1994, Centre for Construction Law and Management, King's College London, pp. 413-442.

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This paper is from a study on specialist and trade contracting in the construction industry. The research was commissioned by CIRIA and undertaken by the University of Reading in conjunction with Sir Alexander Gibb & Partners Ltd. The purpose of the work was to provide guidance for effective and equitable practice in the management of projects where much of the work is executed, and possibly designed, by specialist and trade contractors (STCs). As part of this study, a preliminary investigation into the nature and origins of specialist contracting was undertaken, in conjunction with a survey of the problems confronting STCs. This paper presents that phase of the project.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Divisions:Science > School of the Built Environment > Organisation, People and Technology group
ID Code:4275
Uncontrolled Keywords:contract, subcontract, construction , drafting


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