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Manitowoc Crane Group – Part 1

Caroline Hutchinson ||

In this first of a two-part episode of Coleman Greig’s ‘In Practice’ series, Building and Construction Lawyer, Nicholas Kallipolitis, is on site with one of our long-standing clients, Manitowoc Cranes. He speaks with John Stewart, their VP/General Manager who provides some personal takeaways in relation to the industry itself – challenges on worksites, collecting costs, terms and conditions, understanding end-to-end liabilities, and avoiding project delays.

At Coleman Greig, we know the construction industry and we know our client’s business. We can provide bespoke practical and commercial advice to suit your specific needs.

Stay tuned for the next episode with Manitowoc Cranes where Nick and John Stewart discuss the critical issue around avoiding project delays.

View more of our ‘In Practice’ series:
Episode 1 – Understanding the Contract: More Bargaining Power for Subcontractors
Episode 2 – Security of Payment Act: Understanding the Fundamentals
Episode 3 – Western Sydney Development with Dr Chyi Lin Lee
Episode 4 – Changes to the Home Building Act: Building Defects
Episode 5 – Part 1 – The Future of Greater Western Sydney
Episode 5 – Part 2 – The Future of Greater Western Sydney

If you have issues on the worksite, it is important to seek legal advice early. Contact our Building and Construction team on +61 2 9895 9200 today.

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