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Euan Pirie, partner in the specialist construction and engineering contracts advisory team at Harper Macleod LLP, looks at a solution to price uncertainty for construction materials when tendering big contracts. Prices for construction materials have gone haywire in a perfect storm of conditions whi

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Two partners at law firm Harper Macleod have been accredited as Construction Law Specialists by the Law Society of Scotland. Euan Pirie, head of the firm’s Infrastructure and Projects team, and Michael Conroy, who leads on Construction, have been recognised as being among Scotland’s lead

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Harper Macleod’s Infrastructure and Projects team has celebrated its 10th anniversary working with the Scottish Government’s hub Programme by looking back on its involvement in more than 40 projects with a total construction value of almost £1 billion. Developed by the Scottish Fut

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With the Scottish Government and the Construction Industry Coronavirus Forum advising that all non-essential building sites in Scotland should close in response to the coronavirus pandemic, Harper Macleod partner Michael Conroy outlines what this means for building projects that are governed by the

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With the Scottish Government and the Construction Industry Coronavirus Forum advising that all non-essential building sites in Scotland should close in response to the coronavirus pandemic, Harper Macleod partner Michael Conroy outlines what this means for building projects that are governed by the

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Law firm Harper Macleod launched its ‘HM Construction Club’ this week, the first of a series of quarterly seminars scheduled to take place throughout the next year. The seminar on Wednesday evening included presentations from three highly-regarded lawyers in the construction industry.

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City Property has completed a series of three complex funding arrangements totalling £646 million having been advised by the banking & finance team at law firm Harper Macleod. City Property is ultimately controlled by Glasgow City Council, which required the funding to meet its obligations

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