Managing risk and contractual liability. Part 6: Dangerous projects and problem clients

Author: Griffiths & Armour

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1 June 2015

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Managing risk and contractual liability. Part 6: Dangerous projects and problem clients

The Structural Engineer
Managing risk and contractual liability. Part 6: Dangerous projects and problem clients
Date published

1 June 2015

Author

Griffiths & Armour

Price

Standard: £9 + VAT
Members/Subscribers: Free

Buy Now
Author

Griffiths & Armour

The sixth part of our series from insurance broker Griffiths & Armour focuses on problematic projects and clients.

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2
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Managing risk & contractual liability Professional Guidance Issue 6

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