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Construction must go further in embracing project partnering if it is to avoid cost over-runs and litigation, a City lawyer told a Construction Industry Council audience last week. David Mosey, a partner in Trowers & Hamlins, said overcoming adversarial relationships can cut costs, lead to better standards and ensure smoother mid-project changes.

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