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CIP specialise in stocking and publishing a range of health and safety and environmental manuals, DVDs, books and report forms from all of the leading specialist publishers including the HSE, Construction Skills and CIRIA for construction professionals, Architects, Designers, Civil Engineers and Specialist Consultants.. Our Construction Health and Safety Manual is one of the industry’s leading information sources along with it’s sister publication the Environmental Manual. CIP also publish and sell several construction contracts including the popular DOM contracts and the new Scaffolding contract along with the CIJC Working Rule Agreement, and other specialist construction publications

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Short Form of Subcontract 2014 Pad of 6 contracts

Short Form of Subcontract 2014 Pad of 6 contracts

This popular short form of Subcontract has been updated and is available in either a pad of 6 or 10 contracts.



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Coastal and marine environmental site guide (second edition) (C744) - Pre-order

Special offer: Order your advance copy of this forthcoming title and save to £20 (normal price £70). Offer ends 24 July 2015. Advance orders will be despatched on publication in August/September 2015.

Any construction project, irrespective of the location, size or nature of the development, will have environmental consequences. This is particularly true when working on the coast or at sea given the often sensitive nature of the environment and the importance of this area for human activities. However, good management and construction processes can avoid or minimise impacts.

This guide focuses on the control of environmental impacts arising from construction practices in the coastal and marine environment (recognising that the coastal environment includes terrestrial elements). It builds upon the issues described in the first edition of site guide, and complements the site guide and pocket book relating to the terrestrial environment.

Those projects that need to deal with land and marine water interfaces should draw on this and the environmental site guide.