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The English court has once again suggested that the ambit of works excluded from the mandatory adjudication regime under the Construction Act 1996 should be reconsidered, holding that the primary activity at an energy from waste plant was power generation rather than waste treatment, and so an adjudicator lacked jurisdiction and her adjudication awards were unenforceable.
Engie Fabricom (UK) Limited v MW High Tech Projects UK Limited