The frequency of adjudication in the UK construction sector has fallen dramatically from its peak about 15 years ago when the adjudicator nominating bodies were appointing over 2000 adjudicators per year. In recent years, nominations have halved to about 1000
Why has the sector fallen out of love with adjudication?
Is it because the adjudication process no longer addresses the needs of the industry or has the vision of the Latham report been substantially achieved, with the spectre of adjudication keeping paying parties honest in how they treat their supply chain?
The Clyde & Co global projects and construction group will be analysing this trend in a soon to be released report which will focus on the costs, processes and realities of adjudication.
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