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Roles in construction projects: analysis and terminology, by Hughes, W. and Murdoch, J. R, published in 2001 by the University of Reading, defines an engineering contractor as: ‘A contractor whose work involves engineering. Usually indicating a category of sub-contractors distinguished by the need for the associated contract administration function to be carried out by an engineering consultant.’
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