Like so many MPG has had to find new and innovative ways of working over the last few months, whilst keeping its team and clients safe. Despite the current challenges and uncertainties, we are pleased to be able to record another successful adjudication decision in favour of our M&E client last week. Being a multi […]
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Lizi, you have many strings to your bow! Triathlon coach, Exercise rehab specialist, trainee Osteopath.. and now a Professional Triathlete… tell us your story?! I used to be a bit of a couch potato and even though I worked in a gym, I’d binge on junk food and drink wine every day because that […]
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), the Building Societies Association (BSA), and UK Finance have agreed a new process for the valuation of high-rise buildings, called the External Wall Fire Review process (EWFR). The new industry-wide valuation process which will help people buy and sell homes and re-mortgage in buildings above 18 metres (six storeys). The industry is also encouraging the owners […]
COVID-19 We would like to reassure you that it is business as usual for MPG. However we have received a number of concerned calls from clients and in response have drawn up the help list of bullet points below: Look at the operational provisions of your contract: Are you obliged to submit a revised programmed […]
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Preparation is crucial when taking a construction dispute to court, a new legal ruling has underlined. Construction consultancy MPG says the High Court decision should also serve as a reminder to contractors that they need effective programmes in place before commencing a contract in case there is a dispute in future. The claimants in Clutterbuck […]
The decision in the Technology and Construction Court (TCC) means that companies in liquidation will not be allowed to use adjudication to settle financial claims.