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Professional liability: Expanding scope of indemnity insurance

In the fifth of a series of articles, FIDIC president Tony Barry looks at strategies for professional indemnity insurance against the backdrop of much changed professional liability conditions.  

WSP acquires RPS and issues strong Q2 results

WSP has reached agreement with the board of RPS Group plc to acquire UK consulting firm RPS, while reporting rises in revenues, staff numbers and backlog. 

Professional liability: Consumer and competition law

In the fourth of a series of articles, FIDIC president Tony Barry looks at how consumer law impacts on professional liability, pushing up costs and reducing scope for innovation across infrastructure.  

Professional liability: Expanding contractual obligations

In the third of a series of articles, FIDIC president Tony Barry looks at increasing complexity of contractual obligations and the challenges in managing fitness for purpose obligations. 

Professional liability: Bespoke head contract obligations

In the second of a new series of articles, FIDIC president Tony Barry looks at the risks faced from bespoke head contracts in which liability derives from combinations and permutations of multiple clauses. 

Professional liability: Why it is important

In the first of a new series of articles, FIDIC President Tony Barry looks at the expanding complexity of professional liability in recent decades, and how big an issue this is for global infrastructure delivery today. 

Graham Pontin:  Embrace data or lose out to those who do

Head of economic and strategic policy at international infrastructure body FIDIC writes about the stark choice industry faces as he launches his new research on digital disruption.

“Net zero 2025 is the right thing to do”, says Aurecon’s...

Aurecon’s New Zealand Managing Director & FIDIC Chair of Sustainability Committee talks climate risk, biomimicry and the need for a holistic approach to circularity, decarbonisation and resilience as Aurecon progresses towards its own net zero commitment.

COP26: Coal and cash disappoint, other outcomes may compensate.

Commitments don't go far enough but more regular reporting and strong industry engagement are cause for optimism.  

FIDIC president: “Engineers need to step up and take a lead...

We interview Tony Barry, president of international engineering body, FIDIC, as they launch a global Climate Change Charter for engineers, companies and projects.  
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