Ryland Ash and Alexander Creswick have written a feature piece for construction sector publication PBC Today on payment regimes and mechanisms in contracts.
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Located in Norfolk, England, Redstow has a total capacity of 4.5 MW Combined Heat and Power (CHP) and currently processes circa 75,000 tonnes of energy crop each year.
In this article we discuss a recent decision of the TCC which provided useful guidance on the meaning of “design life” in construction contracts.