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As the UK's leading organisation representing the structural timber sector and associated supply chain companies, the STA has an objective to drive quality and product innovation through expert technical guidance and research - underpinned by education, training and event programmes

NEWS - Covid-19 Legal Issues Webinar - Thursday 26 March 2020

Anna Wood, Senior Associate in the Construction & Engineering Team at BPE Solicitors LLP, will illustrate in this webinar how different standard form contracts (JCT, NEC3 and 4 and FIDIC) deal with the different types of disruption that might arise from COVID-19.

Anna will discuss the financial consequences and what contractors should be doing now in respect of projects that are already under contract and considerations for contracts currently under negotiation. Anna will be happy to answer questions and provide general legal guidance.

Anna will be joined by Sarah Lee, a Partner and joint Head of the BPE Employment Team. Sarah will offer guidance regarding employment and HR issues arising from COVID-19. Sarah will also endeavour to answer questions in this ever-changing situation.

Please see link to register to take part https://bit.ly/2JdAPXG


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Reports/// NEW RESEARCH REPORTS \\\

The Structural Timber Association has produced new research reports in collaboration with Construction Scotland Innovation Centre (CSIC), the University of Edinburgh and BRE - these include:

  • Structural Timber Buildings Fire Safety In Use Guidance Volume 1 - Pattern Book Systems
  • Structural Timber Buildings Fire Safety In Use Guidance Volume 2 - Cavity Barriers and Fire Stopping
To access these reports, click here!

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