Building Blocks of Construction Law series

Our series of six practical webinars provide an introduction to construction law and contract basics, answering the fundamental questions you may have been too afraid to ask.

The series will be of interest to all levels of experience, from those who are new to construction contracting and need an overview of the basics, through to those more senior looking for a refresher on key issues. Our webinars – each approximately 20 minutes - give you the building blocks in six easy to follow modules. There is guidance on procurement options when starting a construction project, an introduction to common issues when negotiating and managing construction contracts – such as time, quality and changes to the works - through to guidance on key legislation governing construction contracts in the UK. There is also an overview and synopsis of key provisions in commonly used standard form construction contracts: the JCT suite, NEC contracts and the FIDIC contract forms, used both in the UK and internationally.

Please give us your feedback on other legal topics which may be of interest to the construction industry and send us your queries via email or by getting in touch with any member of the Construction, Engineering and Projects Team or your usual Charles Russell Speechlys contact.

Procurement methods for construction projects

Procurement methods for construction projects

What are the four main methods of procurement used in a construction context? Watch our webinar here.

Common terms and issues in construction contracts

Common terms and issues in construction contracts

What are the Common terms and issues in construction contracts? Watch our webinar here.

Overview of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996

Overview of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996

What is the Construction act? Watch our webinar here.

Guide to the FIDIC contracts

Guide to the FIDIC contracts

What are the FIDIC red, yellow and silver books? Watch our webinar here.

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