The Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) publishes standard forms of building contract that are used for construction projects in England and Wales.
The first standard forms were developed over 200 years ago and we examine the reasons why they are so popular.
We look at who is on the Joint Contract Tribunal, when the standard forms were first published, and what they consist of.
The seminar will examine the construction process from design, contracting, build and final account.
It will look at the considerations that need to be taken account of when deciding what form of contract to use.
The seminar identifies the most commonly used building contracts published by the JCT and suggests when each may be used.
This seminar will deal with
Traditional procurement, where the contractor does not carry out design
Design and build procurement, where a contractor both designs and builds a project
Although in traditional procurement the contractor does not design the whole project, it is common for the contractor to design a part of a project.
The seminar examines:
Building contracts designed for projects carried out by owners or occupiers of domestic properties
Building contracts for small-scale projects
Building contracts for mid-sized projects
Building contracts for many of the larger commercial projects, where an architect is responsible for design
A building contract for many of the larger commercial projects, where the contractor is responsible for overall design and construction
A building contract for the largest of commercial projects, where experienced parties want a contractor to design and build the whole project
Its focus is on the 2016 Editions and its distinctive features such as the Common Valuation Date.
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Please note you’re more than welcome to separately register and bring any guests along with you. We look forward to meeting you in October.
Michael Janney has over 36 years’ experience of acting in major contentious construction and engineering cases in the UK and internationally. He acts for employers, developers, main contractors, specialist subcontractors, NHS Trusts, education establishments, care home companies and housing associations. Michael specialises in disputes relating to defective workmanship, negligent design, extensions of time, loss and expense, measurement and final account payments.
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