South Atlantic Remote Territories Media Association - Falkland Islands, Saint Helena, Ascension Island and Tristan da Cunha The latest news from the Falkland Islands, Saint Helena, Ascension Island and Tristan da Cunha The news that matters from the
British Territories in the South Atlantic Ocean.
 HOME
 CONTACT US
 MAILING LIST
 LINKS
 SUBMIT AN ARTICLE
 WEATHER INFO (0)
 TOURISM/TRAVEL (2)
 SNIPPETS (0)
 SHIPPING/FREIGHT (0)
 MINERAL RESOURCES (3)
 LEGAL (19)
 HERITAGE (8)
 HEALTH (6)
 GEOLOGICAL EVENTS (0)
 GEN - GOVERNMENT (6)
 FISHERIES (10)
 ENVIRONMENT (4)
 EDUCATION (10)
 BUSINESS NEWS (29)
 AGRICULTURE (3)
 ALL ISLANDS (100)
 ASCENSION ISLAND (1)
 BRIT.ANTARCTIC TER. (0)
 FALKLAND ISLANDS (37)
 S.ATLANTIC GENERAL (6)
 SAINT HELENA (42)
 SOUTH GEORGIA (7)
 TRISTAN DA CUNHA (6)
Sponsored Links


Home | July 2004 Please tell us what you think of this article. Tell a friend Print Friendly

Falklands : Gordon Forbes Victory in Contract Dispute with FIG
Submitted by Falkland Islands News Network (Juanita Brock) 28.07.2004 (Article Archived on 11.08.2004)

Gordon Forbes Construction, who built the Falkland Islands Community School and portions of the East Stanley Development has won a substantial settlement from the Falkland Islands Government in respect of a long standing contractual dispute.

Photo (c) J. Brock (FINN) Gordon Forbes during the construction of the Falkland Islands Community School.

GORDON FORBES CONSTRUCTION AWARDED SUBSTANCIAL PAYMENT FROM FIG

 

By J. Brock (FINN)

 

Gordon Forbes

 

Gordon Forbes Construction, who built the Falkland Islands Community School and portions of the East Stanley Development has won a substantial settlement from the Falkland Islands Government in respect of a long standing contractual dispute.  Mr. Forbes told FIBS that the final adjudication was issued on 20 July and that he was awarded a considerable sum of money.  The settlement is reported to include interest and costs.

 

According to the report on FIBS, the Attorney General, Mr.\David Lang QC confirmed that the adjudication had been made but that he would not comment further on the case until he had spoken to Executive Council on Thursday.  A public statement is expected after that meeting.

 

 

 

This article is the Property and Copyright of Falkland Islands News Network.

<< First < PreviousArticle 5 of 29
within July 2004
Next > Last >>
      Powered by NIC.SHCopyright © 1993-2014 SARTMA.comDesign by CrownNet