November 9, 2020
Many construction contractors are looking at upscaling their business, expanding into new markets or territories, trying to drive their business forward and increase profits, even in these difficult times we find ourselves in with Covid-19.
Whatever stage your construction business is at, whether you are just starting out or have been in the construction industry for several years, strategically upscaling your contracting operations to handle additional work requires careful planning. It is imperative that you have a firm understanding of Construction Contract Law in practice to avoid falling foul of commercial problems and manage the risks.
Recognising contractual elements including the importance of contracts, construction payment procedures and payment notices can help to avoid finding yourself in dispute… and of course if it all goes wrong and you find yourself in a construction dispute, it is paramount that you understand what to do and what your rights are with respect to disputes.
Register now to join this new Zoom Construction Network event on 13 November and gain tips on upscaling your contractor business effectively. The Zoom event is open to both members and non-members of the Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce.
Following the presentation there will be an opportunity to ask questions and share your experiences of the construction industry since the Coronavirus outbreak.
Arbicon are Construction Contract Consultants, specialising in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) and Expert Witness for the construction industry. We advise Main Contractors, Subcontractors and Building Employers on their Contracts and Contractual Rights, with a view to ensuring construction projects go smoothly, without dispute, managing the commercial risks.