Thames Tideway Tunnel
It involved creating a central shaft sited not far from Westminster, 35m in diameter and 86m deep and lining it with reinforced concrete. This became the main sewer shaft at the base of which 7.2m diameter tunnels were bored in both East and West directions to link further, smaller shafts to create a new sewer system.
Michael has been appointed numerous times since 2001 as adjudicator to decide
disputes under JCT, NEC3, FIDIC, PFI, NFDC contracts as well as bespoke
agreements between parties.
The substance of disputes decided upon includes interim and final account payment applications,
variations, extension of time applications (common sense approach as well as critical path analysis approach),
breaches of contract including repudiatory breach and termination disputes.
Public Utility Contractor v Metropolitan Borough Council
Main Contractor v Sub-Contractor
Sub-Contractor v Main Contractor
Demolition Contractor v University College
Services Contractor v Public Utility Company
Contractor v National Housing Standards and Warranty Provider
Contractor v Developer
Developer v Contractor
Civil Engineering Roads & Sewers Contractor v Housing Contractor
Contractor v Homeowner
Homeowner v Contractor