The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 77 (1999) > Issues > Issue 9 > Reducing Design/Construction Disputes
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Reducing Design/Construction Disputes

Large buildings in urban areas are of complicated design. They are built on irregular sites containing old buildings which have to be demolished before construction can start. Planning and statutory requirements must be met. Nobody expects the management of one of these projects to be easy. Dr Malcolm Moncrieff