Holyrood Project

– Scottish Parliament written question – answered at on 14 January 2003.

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Only one trade contract has been terminated before completion of works since the Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body (SPCB) took responsibility for the Holyrood Project. The contractor concerned was Flour City Architectural Metals (UK) Ltd, who were appointed on 26 January 2001 to undertake the MSP Building Cladding Trade Package. A notice of intention to terminate the contract was issued to Flour City Architectural Metals (UK) Ltd on 26 September 2001 on the grounds of breach of contract. The initial contract value was £7,157,281.29. A total of £854,067 was paid to the company for work undertaken. The SPCB does not consider that any further payments are due to Flour City Architectural Metals (UK) Ltd.

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