Contract Practice JCT OVERVIEW

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T017 Termination & remedies for breaches outside the Contract
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T017 L&AD
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T017 Insurance
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Contract Practice - Interim Valuations & Payment Privisions
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T017 Roles & Responsibilities of parties
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Contract Practice JCT OVERVIEW
1 Which form of Contract?
1.1 Traditional Procurement - re-measurement
1.1.1 SBC 2011 - with Approx Qts (SBC/AQ)
1.1.2 Measured Term Contract (MTC)
1.1.3 Infrastrucuture Conditions of Contract 2011 (measurement Version)
1.2 Traditional Procurement - Lump Sum
1.2.1 SBC 2011 - with or without Quantities SBCXQ or SBCQ
1.2.2 IBC 2011 (IC & ICD)
1.2.3 MW Comntract 2011 (MW & MWD)
1.2.4 Major Project Construction Contract 2011 MP
1.2.5 Building Contract for Home Owner/Occupier (HO/B) 2005 rev 2009
1.2.6 Buildig contract and consultancy agreement for home owner/occupier (HO/C & HO/CA) 2005 rev 2009
1.2.7 Home repair and maintainance contract (HO/RM) 2006
1.2.8 Repair and maintainance contract (RM)2011
1.3 Traditional Procurement - cost plus
1.3.1 Prime cost building contract 2011 (PCC)
1.4 Design and Build
1.4.1 D&B contract 2011 (DB)
1.4.2 Infrastructure conditions of contract 2011 (design and construction version)
1.4.3 Employers Requirements
1.4.3.1 the brief e.g. floor area/ lighting etc
1.4.3.2 statement of facts
1.4.3.2.1 site conditions
1.4.3.2.2 services
1.4.3.3 contract information
1.4.3.4 form of content of CP and CSA
1.4.3.5 specific function of employers agent, QS and CoW if required
1.4.4 Contractors Proposals
1.4.4.1 the response to the ER
1.4.4.1.1 drawings, spec, models, perspectives, videos, method statement, programmees etc.
1.4.4.1.2 Prov Sums
1.4.5 Key roles by emp
1.4.5.1 payment
1.4.5.1.1 matters relating to valuation and payment driven by contractor
1.4.5.1.1.1 Stage payments (alternative A) or periodic payments (Alternative B)
1.4.5.2 EOT
1.4.5.3 L&E
1.4.5.4 Not 'variations' but 'changes'
1.4.6 There is no
1.4.6.1 A/CA or independent certifier
1.4.6.2 certificates (statement & Notices)
1.4.6.3 Contract administrated by emp/ EA
1.4.6.3.1 identified in article 3
1.4.6.3.2 EA referred to in
1.4.6.3.2.1 Clause 2.7.3 (contract docs on site)
1.4.6.3.2.2 Clause 3.1 (access to site)
1.4.6.3.3 acting for emp as set out in writing
1.4.7 Contract Sum Analysis
1.4.7.1 required form?
1.4.7.2 basis of valuation of 'changes' and fluctuations
1.4.7.3 can be BQ
1.4.7.4 should inc/identify costs (fees) for design wrk
1.5 Management forms
1.5.1 Management Building Contract (MC) 2011
1.5.1.1 management wks contract agreement tender agreement (MCWC/A) and the management works contract conditions (WCWC/C) 2011
1.5.2 Construction Mangement
1.5.2.1 Construction management appointment 2011 (CM/A)
1.5.2.2 Construction management trade contract (CM/TC) 2011
2 What type of contract?
2.1 Traditional
2.1.1 Lump-sum
2.1.2 Re-measurement
2.1.3 Prime Cost
2.2 Design and Build
2.3 Mangement
2.3.1 Mangement Contracting
2.3.1.1 contractural relationship
2.3.1.1.1 Management contractor
2.3.1.1.1.1 employer
2.3.1.1.1.1.1 consultants
2.3.1.1.1.1.2 contract between Emp and MC include:
2.3.1.1.1.1.2.1 MC 2011
2.3.1.1.1.2 WP contractor
2.3.1.1.1.3 WP Contractor
2.3.1.1.1.4 WP contractor
2.3.1.1.1.5 Contract between MC and WP contractor include:
2.3.1.1.1.5.1 MCWC/A 2011 & MCWC/C 2011
2.3.2 Construction Management
2.3.2.1 Contractural relationships
2.3.2.1.1 Employer
2.3.2.1.1.1 Construction Manger
2.3.2.1.1.2 WP Contractor
2.3.2.1.1.3 WP Contractor
2.3.2.1.1.4 WP Contractor
2.3.2.1.1.5 Consultants
2.3.2.1.1.6 Contract between emp and CM include:
2.3.2.1.1.6.1 CM/A 2011
2.3.2.1.1.7 contract between Emp & WP contractors include:
2.3.2.1.1.7.1 CM/T 2011
3 Other Standard forms of contract not JCT
3.1 NEC
3.2 GC/Works
3.3 CA form of building agreement 1982 (3rd ed 2000) 2011 amendments
4 conpletion in sections?
4.1 applies to
4.1.1 SBC
4.1.2 DB
4.1.3 IC
5 Contractors design
5.1 seperate docs incorporating CDP
5.1.1 IC/D 2011
5.1.2 MW/D 2011
5.2 One version of SBC 2011 with CDP incorporated
5.3 DB 2011 design contractors responsibility except as set out in ER (2.11)
6 Contract Structure Generally
6.1 1.Recitals
6.2 2. Articles
6.3 3. Contract Particulars
6.4 4. Attestation Provision
6.5 5. COnditions
6.6 6. Scedules
7 Contract conditions fro SBC and DB
7.1 1. Section 1 - definitions and interprutations
7.2 2. Section 2 - Carrying out the Works
7.3 3. Section 3 - Control of the works
7.4 Section 4 - Payment
7.5 Section 5 - Variations (DB Changes)
7.6 Section 6 - Injury, damage and insurance
7.7 Section 7 - Assignment, 3rd party rights and collateral warranties
7.8 Section 8 - Termination
7.9 Section 9 - Settlement of disputes
8 Schedule for SBC and DB
8.1 Schedule 1 - contractors design submission procedure
8.2 Schedule 2 - variation and acceleration quotation procedure (DB supplemental provision)
8.3 Schedule 3 - insurance options
8.4 Schedule 4 - code of practice
8.5 Schedule 5 - third party rights
8.6 Schedule 6 - forms of bonds
8.7 Schedule 7 - fluctuation options
8.8 Schedule 8 - supplementary provisions
9 JCT IC and ICD Conditions
9.1 Section 1- definitions & interprutations
9.2 Section 2 - Carrying out the works
9.3 Section 3 - control of the works
9.4 Section 4 - Payment
9.5 Section 5 - variations
9.6 Section 6 - injury damages and insurance
9.7 Section 7 - assignment and collateral warranties
9.8 Section 8 - Termination
9.9 Section 9 - Settlement of disputes
10 JCT IC & ICD Schedules
10.1 1 - Insurance options
10.2 2 - named sub-contractors
10.3 3 - form of bonds
10.4 4 - fluctuation options
10.5 5 - supplementary provisions
10.6 Versions of IC and ICD
10.6.1 work of sinple content generally recognised as basic trades of skills without complex services or specialist works
10.6.2 contractor can be required to design discrete parts of the works (ICD)
10.6.3 where fairly detailed contract provisions are required
10.6.4 for use on a basis of with or without qnts. drawings togeeher with BQ or spec or work sch - work can be adeqautely specified
10.6.4.1 non re-measurement or prime cost option
10.6.4.2 no design and build option
11 MW & MWD Conditions
11.1 1 - definitions and interprutations
11.2 2 - carrying out the works
11.3 3 - control of the works
11.4 4 - payment
11.5 5 - injury, damage and insurance
11.6 6 - termination
11.7 7 - settlement of disputes
12 MW & MWD Schedules
12.1 1 - arbitration
12.2 2 - fluctuation options
12.3 3 - supplemental conditions
13 SBC Versions
13.1 With Quantities
13.1.1 BQ's/ Drawings/ Conditions
13.1.2 Quantities/ contract sum
13.1.3 Large value works/ designed by emp
13.1.4 BQ and dwgs required to specify works
13.1.5 detailed contract provisions
13.1.6 Administration by A/CA and QS
13.1.7 Contractor can be required to design discrete parts of the works
13.1.8 wks can b divided in 2 sections
13.1.9 private & local Authority emp
13.2 Without Quantities
13.2.1 Specification/Work Sch/ Drawings
13.2.2 quantities (?)/ C. Sum
13.2.3 As SBC/Q except no bills
13.2.4 Spec/ Work Sch can be used to adequately define the quality and scope of woks (low degree of complexity)
13.3 With Approx Qts
13.3.1 Bill of approx qt/ dwgs
13.3.2 quants/ ascertained final sum
13.3.3 As SBC/Q except insufficient time/ info to prepare/ complete design
13.3.4 Re-measurement
13.4 Administration
13.4.1 Emp appoints A/CA
13.4.2 Emp appoints QS
13.4.3 Design by employer which is undertaken by consultants and issued under the contract by the A/CA
14 IC & ICD Generally
14.1 lump sum contract
14.2 employer appoints A/CA
14.2.1 certificate
14.3 employer appoints QS
15 MW & MWD
15.1 different from SBC & IC
15.2 time
15.2.1 A/CA empowered to make EOT for 'reasons beyond the control of the contractor'
15.2.2 provision of Liquidated damages
15.2.2.1 no certificate of non-completion
15.2.3 no provision for deferred possession/ partial possession or sectional completion
15.3 Payment
15.3.1 due dates are 4 weekly intervals
15.3.2 fluctuation provisions are limited
15.3.3 loss and expense limited to variations or prov sums
15.4 Generally
15.4.1 Lump sum contract
15.4.2 no QS
15.4.3 emp appoints A/CA
15.5 Control
15.5.1 no provision for naming sub-contractors
15.5.2 no provision for employer 'direct works'
15.5.3 No provision for testing/ opening up works
15.6 Insurance
15.6.1 contractor insures works
15.6.1.1 no provision for emp
15.6.2 works & exisitng structures by employer
15.7 when to use?
15.7.1 detailed contract provisions are required
15.7.2 the contractor is to carry out and complete the design and the works
15.7.3

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