Author: David Shields
1 March 2017
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The Structural Engineer, Volume 95, Issue 3, 2017, Page(s) 14-15
In the first note in this series, Norman Train stresses the importance of making clear from the outset what an engineer will – and will not – do in return for their fee.
This month, our series turns its attention to cash flow. Peter Smith looks at the steps firms can take to ensure that invoices are paid promptly and how to address problems with late payments and debts.
In the second note in this new series, Norman Train offers guidance on areas where the boundaries of the service to be provided by a structural engineer need to be defined in the fee proposal in order to avoid ambiguity.