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What Every Structural Engineer Needs to Know about Construction Adjudication - Including You!

Most of us are aware of the various ways of resolving disputes (e.g. negotiation, mediation, adjudication, arbitration, litigation). Adjudication has grown in popularity in recent years; it involves the use of a third party (the adjudicator) who finds out the details of a dispute and decides what should be a fair settlement, in the light of the contract. Unlike litigation (and to some extent arbitration) there is normally no set procedure to be followed. A.L. Gilbertson