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September 03, 2020 by Charles Day in All Categories, Blog

Thinking Business Article: The Rules of the Game

03 September, 2020

This month’s Thinking Business magazine, published by Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce, includes an article written by Director, Danny Frost. In the article Danny discusses the importance of reading the contract. Read the full text below…

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August 18, 2020 by Charles Day in All Categories, Blog

Delay and Disruption: Separate Entities or Indistinguishable Bedfellows?

18 August, 2020

John Delaney, Director, Base Quantum Ireland Ltd. In the face of restricted working practices and social distancing at work, what are the likely impacts on construction operations? If works are undertaken under unanticipated restraints that inevitably increase the time required to complete tasks and/or cause tasks to require additional resources

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August 04, 2020 by Charles Day in All Categories, Blog

Fluctuations in the Economic Storm

04 August, 2020

Domini Baldwin, Associate Director. Those of us who work in the construction industry will have seen the recent uncertainty in market conditions due to the June 2016 EU referendum and the Covid-19 pandemic. Construction industry output in the UK has been unpredictable in recent years, affecting many in the supply

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July 14, 2020 by Charles Day in All Categories, Events

Construction: COVID-19 and de-risking a “second wave”

14 July, 2020

Join us at our webinar this Thursday 16th July at 10am. Our expert panel will be discussing moving forward in the current situation and the implications of a potential second wave of COVID-19 on the industry and construction contracts. For more information, or to book your free place, please

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June 03, 2020 by Charles Day in All Categories, Blog

Training in this Brave New World

03 June, 2020

Danny Frost, Managing Director. As it does not look like we will return to our offices anytime soon, and with the announcement that the furlough scheme has been extended until October 2020, we need to consider what impact six months out of the office environment will have on our trainees

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May 12, 2020 by Charles Day in All Categories, Staff & Office Updates

Base opens new office in the Midlands

12 May, 2020

As a result of our continuing growth across the UK and worldwide, Base has opened a new office in Burton upon Trent. Following the successful expansion of our services into the south via our Kent regional office and into Europe via our Dublin office, we hope that the launch of

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April 29, 2020 by Charles Day in All Categories, Staff & Office Updates

Base Welcomes Natalie Findlay

29 April, 2020

This month we have welcomed Natalie Findlay to Base. Natalie joins as a Director heading up our commercial, disputes and claims services across the Midlands region from our new office in Burton upon Trent.

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April 23, 2020 by Charles Day in All Categories, Blog

Covid-19: Considering our Next Steps

23 April, 2020

Laura Hannan, Associate Director. I received a text from my bank this week informing me that the travel insurance adjoined to my bank account would not cover me for Covid-19 related issues for trips booked on or after 23rd March 2020. With the advice from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office

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April 21, 2020 by Charles Day in All Categories, Staff & Office Updates

Base Quantum are delighted to announce the recognition of three of our testifying experts by Who’s Who Legal.

21 April, 2020

We are proud to announce that our CEO, Duncan Hughes-Phillips and Directors, Tom Taylor and John Delaney have been named as Global Leaders in Who’s Who Legal’s 2020 Construction Expert Witness market insight research. Who’s Who Legal features the world’s leading firms and consulting experts, identifying outstanding work across the

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March 31, 2020 by Charles Day in All Categories, Blog

Covid-19: What Should Contractors Be Doing?

31 March, 2020

Danny Frost – Managing Director, Quantity Surveying Services. The guidelines and restrictions imposed to limit the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic have already seen the construction industry face a number of complications. Progress and productivity have been affected by labour attendance, travel restrictions and material deliveries, which have experienced delays

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