CLC guides firms on impacts of Ukraine crisis

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The Construction Leadership Council has published a document to support UK firms in their response to the impacts of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Companies from across UK construction have reported emerging challenges that have arisen because of the conflict, including escalation in costs for materials and energy. 

Guidance Note 1 – Industry response to the Ukraine Crisis provides expert guidance to outline the practical steps that all parts of the industry can take to mitigate the market impacts. As with its response to the Covid crisis, the CLC guidance reminds organisation of the importance of early engagement and collaboration to secure both existing and planned projects. It also provides dedicated checklists for different types of organisation including clients, main contractors and specialists. 

Arcadis partner and CLC member Simon Rawlinson said: “We recognise that many businesses will be concerned about how the current situation in Ukraine will impact upon their company and the work that they do. 

“The CLC hopes to help companies navigate through these current challenges with guidance and points to think about, supporting firms in what could be a challenging period for the sector.” 

Guidance Note 1 – Industry response to the Ukraine Crisis can be found here.

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