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Well done to all their site teams! Derek Nutt joined the Optimum group in to head up our decorating division formerly known as Optimum decorating and maintenance. Derek is well loved character known in the local business world as the cheeky Chappie of decoratingsmall man with a huge charactera brilliant Bloke to have on your side.
With overall local support in the region of people, on-site each day, from the trades and unskilled volunteers. Apart from the infamous short lead-time, other challenges including working with a camera behind you throughout the build and consuming the generous catering provided by the TV company.
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We all appreciated being asked to take part and doing our bit, were thankful to Simon Group Managing Director for applying to be part of the show. From loading in together, to clearing the site down at the end. The purple shirts surprised me, I thought they did their bit for the cameras then sat back, but they were very hands-on, hard-working and on-site from start to finish, a great bunch.
April 20, By Dave P Following our sponorship of Gloucester Cricket Club over the last few years we are pleased to announce that we have extended our Sponsorship Deal for a further three years. April 20, By Dave P Over the last few months we have successfully secured quite a few big jobs for some of our regular clients and therefore appear to be continuing this year on a high!
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This former police station is being refurbished and transformed into a youth hostel in the centre of Bristol. This refurb is well on its way and we are hopeful that the decorating package will follow.
We will be carrying out the decorations following completion of the drylining package which is being completed by our sister company Optimum Drywall Systems.
More Photos to follow. This project consists of a refurbishment of two existing buildings and a new timber frame building to the school.
This includes works such as, Roofing repairs to existing buildings, Bungalow refurbishment, PVC Cladding, repairs to Hand Railings and installing external chequer plate renewal.
The works include external render and timber repair and internal decorations. As this is a listed project, we are in constant contact with our Listed Building Liaison with Historic England for Consent. On this point, the court concluded: In fact, it does not arise at all. This position was clarified in Galliford Try Building Ltd v Estura Ltdwhere the court stated that the value to be paid could be challenged at a future interim payment, at the final account, or by Part 8 proceedings.
It was merely for the interim payment itself that the notified sum was final. Again, this was a default notice situation, where no payment notice or pay less notice has been given.
Any errors can be corrected in subsequent interim or final valuations. What was perhaps not explicitly apparent until the decision in Kersfield is that the rationale for these restrictions is the default notice situation itself.
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The decision in Kersfield Kersfield argued that the effect of sections 8 and 9 was that an adjudicator was entitled to open up any payment notice or pay less notice. Bray meanwhile argued that sections 8 and 9 could only be operated by the contractor.
The notices referred to in these sections are those an employer gives, and so it is only a contractor who will be disputing that greater sums should be paid. The court rejected both submissions: Section 8 empowers an adjudicator to determine what sum is due and payable in the event that competing valuations are asserted by the parties. The notice is not revised by the adjudicator if a different sum is determined to be due. Section 9 simply provides for the payment of any additional sum determined by the adjudicator.
If the matter is referred to adjudication, the adjudicator can look only to the validity of the notices and establish the notified sum, which must be paid. There can be no second adjudication on the value of the works because it is deemed to be agreed. This plainly follows the reasoning in the Seevic line of cases. This would also appear to leave open the option that if an adjudicator decided only the validity of the notices, there could be a second adjudication on the value of the works.
At first glance, such an outcome would appear directly contradictory to the passage from Seevic quoted above. The preceding passage in Seevic had read: The employer can defend itself by serving the notices provided for by the contractual provisions.
Seevic would then be saying that it is only in the default notice situation that the parties cannot assert an entitlement based on valuation.
It is not entirely clear how the contractual entitlement to more than the notified sum can arise where a notice has been served. Adjudication itself is a contractual mechanism of dispute resolution.