Who are We?
Kluwer Construction Blog (KCB) is a publication of Kluwer Law International providing information and news on the international construction arena. This includes issues arising out of international construction contracts (including use of international standard forms such as FIDIC and NEC) and their use in different jurisdictions and in different sectors, international construction disputes and other topical legal issues affecting the global infrastructure market generally.
We have gathered together leading international construction law experts from law firms, chambers and academia in key jurisdictions worldwide, to report on the latest in legal developments affecting infrastructure. Our contributors are international construction law experts from the UK, US, Canada, France, Russia, Africa, Latin America, Asia Pacific, India, the Middle East and Australia. We have focussed on these core jurisdictions as most relevant to the current global infrastructure market.
Our list of named contributors in turn have enlisted professional colleagues of diverse backgrounds to offer both established and new voices into the mix. The result is a fresh, high-quality, and timely examination of the world of international construction law.
What Is Our Focus?
We are a new kind of media. Our focus is traditional — latest developments in the field of construction law, both from a global and a regional perspective, the impact of recent awards upon the construction law arena, upcoming events which may be of interest to you — but our format is new. The result is a serious, high-quality, professional blog about international construction law presented in a timely, fresh way.
What is Your Role?
Of course we welcome you as a faithful reader, but we also welcome your comments. The blog format provides an opportunity for everyone to participate, but comments must respect our Editorial Policy, User Agreement and Disclaimer. We also will be inviting guest bloggers from time to time to contribute.
How Do You Contact Us?
Our goal is to be responsive as possible to our readers. If you have a substantive question, contact our managing editor Sarah Thomas. For general questions, contact us here. For advertising enquires, contact us here. If you have a technical question please contact us here.