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No 33: Importance of following contractual procedures during construction project delivery.

Contracts and contract procedures can be very detailed and complicated in terms of Contractor’s obligations. Lack of knowledge of these procedures often leads to delays, conflicts with architect, contract administrator or client, and, in extreme circumstances, to loss of profit or even financial penalties. Read More…

No 32: Importance of building and maintaining adequate supply chain - partnering

In this article we will explain the importance of creating and maintaining a supply chain for construction companies, which partially covers the subject of partnering. Read More...

No 31: Requirements when working with Asbestos

In this article we will highlight requirements for the owner/employer of the properties and the types of surveys that are available for idenitifying asbestos-containing materials. Also the new regulations introduced early in 2012 will be explained. Read more...

No 30: The Dangers of Asbestos

In this article we are going to look at the dangers of asbestos and where it can be found. You shouldn’t take the risk of being exposed to asbestos. It kills more people every year in Great Britain than are killed in road accidents. Read More...

No 29: Architect's/Contract Administrator's obligations and powers for Extensions, Terminations and Payments

This article discusses an architect’s role in permitting time extensions, contract terminations and making due payments under the JCT Intermediate Contract 2011. Read more…

No 28: Architect's Obligations and Powers in Issuing Instruction under JCT IC 2011

Under The Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) Intermediate Contracts, the Architect has certain duties and power to issue various instructions, as discussed in this article. Read more...

No 27: Architect's Obligations and Powers in Completion and Rectification of Works

This article discusses an architect’s role in completion and rectification of work and his obligations with respect to the sub-contractor under the JCT Intermediate Contract 2011. Read More...

No 26: Architect's Obligations towards Contractor under JCT IC 2011

The Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) Contracts are the leading standard forms of building contract, and their revised edition was published in September 2011, known as JCT Content Edition 2011. Read more…

No 25: Employer’s Obligations and Powers - Termination and Dispute under JCT IC 2011

This article discusses the employer’s power and duties with respect to termination and dispute resolution under the express provisions of JCT Intermediate Contract 2011. Read more...

No 24: Employer’s Obligations and Powers - Payments under JCT IC 2011

This article discusses the employer’s power and duties in terms of payments under the express provisions of JCT Intermediate Contract 2011. Read more...

No 23: Employer’s Obligations and Powers in terms of Insurance under JCT IC 2011

The employer has various powers and duties with respect to insuring works under the express provisions of the JCT Intermediate Contract. Read More...

No 22: Employer’s Obligations and Powers under JCT Intermediate Contract

Some of the employer’s power and duties are imposed by the general law of implied terms and the others arise from the express provisions of the Intermediate Contract itself. Read more...

No 21: Contractor's Obligations and Powers: Termination of Contract

The contractor has certain obligations and powers with respect to termination of contract under the latest edition of JCT Intermediate Contract 2011. These are discussed in the following paragraphs. Read more...