By James Howley, Martin Lang
Publisher: Clarus Press Ltd
Imprint: Clarus Press Ltd
Published: 1 Jan 2008
Change is an integral part of any sectors development. Construction is no exception. The introduction of the new Public Works Contracts in 2007 is an example of such change. These changes go to the heart of how construction will operate on public construction projects into the future. It is critical that those already involved in public works construction contracts, whether they are designers, engineers, quantity surveyors, consultants, contractors or those setting out on a career in construction, have an understanding of how these new forms of contracts will impact on the ways public works construction projects are executed.
This book explains each contract clause in a clear and easy to understand manner to allow the reader to develop an insight into how these contracts will operate. This book also includes sample documents including notices and letters which will add to the readers understanding of the strict and critical administrative procedures demanded by these contracts.
This book is based on the Public Works Contract for Building Works Designed by the Employer and the Model Forms issued by the Department of Finance on 15th August 2007.
1. The Contract
2. The Law
3. Loss, Damage and Injury
5. Contractor’s Personnel
7. The Site
8. Quality, Testing and Defects
9. Time And Completion
10. Claims And Adjustments
-OPTIONAL CLAUSES PV1 AND PV2
-PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT MODEL FORMS
-SAMPLE LETTERS FROM CONTRACTORS TO THE EMPLOYERS REPRESENTATIVE
About the Authors
James Howley MSc, Dip Arb, Dip Proj Mgmt, MRICS, ASCS, FCIOB, FCIArb., Chartered Arbitrator, Chartered Surveyor, Accredited Adjudicator, CIArb Accredited Mediator has over 30 years experience in the construction industry.
Martin Lang MCIArb, CIArb Accredited Mediator has been involved in the construction industry at a senior management level for the last 35 years.
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