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24 June 2019

What impact has the Framework Alliance Contract (FAC-1), developed by King's, had across the construction sector?

A new video series, produced by our Centre of Construction Law, looks at the impact King's research and the Framework Alliance Contract (FAC-1) has had across the construction sector.

How can law improve construction projects

Major construction and engineering projects the world over face the challenge of bringing multiple consultants, contractors and specialists together to integrate their work, services and supplies. There are great opportunities not only to reduce disputes but also to improve economic and social value through new contract relationships that integrate team members and that embed learning from one project to another.

In response to these challenges, experts in the Centre of Construction Law and Dispute Resolution at King’s College London consulted with over 120 organisations and developed the FAC-1 Framework Alliance Contract, the first multi-party contract of its kind in the field of construction.

In this video series produced by The Centre of Construction Law, Professor David Mosey will be looking at the impact this new legal framework has had across the construction sector.

The first video from the series, 'How can the Law improve Construction Projects?,' can be viewed above. Click below to see the others: 

In this story

David Mosey

Professor of Law