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This module provides an outline and understanding of the principles of lump sum contracts with regard to financial aspects, how to manage changes to the works and the contract price, how to make payment for the works and keeping the client informed of costs during construction.
This presentation is equivalent to 1 hour/point of formal CPD and will deliver outcomes related to the following Competency/s from the National Standard of Competency for Architects:
8.5 Identification and application of all relevant processes required for certification of monetary claims, project variations, extensions of time, project variations, extensions of time, project instructions or other administrative responsibilities under the contract provisions.
Design Delivery and Construction Phase Services:
PC 57 Be able to apply relevant processes required for certification of monetary progress claims, project variations, extensions of time, project instructions, and requests for information, practical completion or other administrative functions explicit in the selected procurement method and associated construction contract.
At the end of this presentation you should be able to:
Principal, Ted Quinton Architecture
Ted is a registered architect in private practice for 20 years, mainly in residential architecture including private houses and medium density projects. He has been involved in teaching at UNSW in design for several years and more recently in professional practice.
There are three fundamental aspects of a building project: the quality of the work, the cost of the work, and time. This module deals with the last of these three aspects.
8.5 Identification and application of all relevant processes required for certification of monetary claims, project variations, extensions of time, project instructions or other administrative responsibilities under the contract provisions
Senior Associate, Bradbury Legal
Ashleigh has advised principals, contractors and subcontractors on their contractual and statutory rights across Australia. Ashleigh has developed significant experience providing contract administration and pre-dispute assistance to clients, as well as advising and representing clients strategically, procedurally and on the merits in all forms of dispute resolution. Ashleigh is currently completing her Master of Laws at the University of New South Wales. Her studies have focused on her interests in construction law and forms of alternative dispute resolution, particularly negotiation, dispute boards and international mediation.
Managing time during construction
Extensions of time
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