JCT 2011 with Contractor's Design

Overview:

JCT 1998 with Contractor's Design continues to be widely used by building clients as their preferred choice on design and build contracts. This course introduces the form of contract and by the use of case studies enables delegates to become fully conversant with the contents and the roles of the key parties.

Aims & Objectives:

At the end of the course, participants should be able to:

  • Appreciate the philosophy of the JCT family of documents
  • Understand the more important clauses of the JCT 98 with Contractor's Design
  • Appreciate the roles and responsibilities of the key parties
  • Properly run a JCT contract.

Course Outline:

Session 1: Essential Principles of Design & Build Contracts
Session 2: Introduction to JCT 98 with Contractor's Design
Session 3: Execution of the Works: Obligations of the parties
Session 4: Time, Programme, Possession and Progress
Session 5: Payment, Measurement and Valuation
Session 6: Subcontract Administration and Letting
Session 7: Extensions of Time
Session 8: Claims, Default, Arbitration and Adjudication

This course consists of lectures supported by interactive case studies.

Intended For:

Delegates dealing with design and build contracts:

  • Require an introduction to this contract
  • More experienced practitioners and will benefit from refreshing their knowledge of this form of contract
  • Working towards obtaining CIOB, RICS or other professional qualifications.

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