Construction Law Terms: A to Z

D is for Defect

Huw Wilkins considers the definition of “defect” in the context of construction contracts.

C is for Construction Contract

Huw Wilkins discusses what a “Construction Contact” means in the context of UK legislation.

B is for Building Information Modelling (BIM)

Huw Wilkins discusses what “Building Information Modelling (BIM)” means and how to deal with it contractually in construction contracts.

A is for Acceleration

Huw Wilkins discusses what “acceleration” means in construction projects, including the difference between “instructed acceleration” and “implied or constructive acceleration”.