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Burning cinemas: omissions and the duty of care
Burning cinemas: omissions and the duty of care

CONSTRUCTION JOURNAL

Burning cinemas: omissions and the duty of care

A recent case provides an example of the issues that can arise when damage occurs as part of a property inspection, and the type of arguments that can ensue

Shy Jackson 07 October 2020

Quantity surveying in Saudi Arabia
Quantity surveying in Saudi Arabia

CONSTRUCTION JOURNAL

Quantity surveying in Saudi Arabia

An ambitious plan for economic growth and social development in Saudi Arabia provides opportunities for construction professionals to demonstrate and embed best quantity surveying practice

Martin Devlin 02 October 2020

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