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Last edited 06 Jan 2019
Problems on site
- Stop the work
- Ensure that the contractor has notified the employer
- Ensure that the contractor does not repair/do any work until the insurers/survey have/is carried out their investigation
- Notify the CDM co-ordinator
- Instruct the structural engineer to carry out a structural report
- Assess measures to be taken to restore the site to a safe condition
- Ask the QS to go to site and value the damages
- Ensure that the contractor has disclosed all of the facts to the insurer
Contractual situation 1: Example - collapsed wall
A full investigation must be carried out to determine who’s fault it was:
- Contact PI insurer’s case to notify them of a circumstance that may lead to a claim
- Advise other consultants to do the same
Contractual situation 2: example - a fire
Contractual situation 3: example - archaeological items found
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