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Lucideon launches new construction dispute resolution service

  • 26 Apr 2016

Lucideon has launched a new dispute resolution service for the construction sector in response to an increased number disputes in recent years.

The new dispute solution service is conducted by Lucideon’s team of scientists, engineers and consultants, who act on behalf of all parties involved in the conflict to establish the fault causes through testing and analysis and identify potential resolutions.

Lucideon will also conduct on-site assessments were necessary to provide third party independent evidence, to help resolve disputes prior to legal action being taken.

The resolution service can be applied to all aspects of the industry, including render thickness, insulation issues, inappropriate mortar composites and concrete reinforcement.

Lucideon,
Queens Road,
Penkhull,
Stoke-on-Trent,
Staffordshire,
United Kingdom,
ST4 7LQ

Phone: 01782 764444
Fax: 01782 412331

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