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JCT Contract Administration Pocket Book

Author/EditorAtkinson, Andy (London South Bank Univer (Author)
ISBN: 9780367632786
Pub Date22/12/2020
BindingPaperback
Pages238
Edition2nd New Ed
Dimensions (mm)198(h) * 129(w)
This book is quite simply about contract administration using the JCT contracts. The key features of the new and updated edition continue to be its brevity, readability and relevance to everyday practice.
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This book is quite simply about contract administration using the JCT contracts. The key features of the new and updated edition continue to be its brevity, readability and relevance to everyday practice. It provides a succinct guide written from the point of view of a construction practitioner, rather than a lawyer, to the traditional form of contract with bills of quantities SBC/Q2016, the design and build form DB2016 and the minor works form MWD2016. The book broadly follows the sequence of producing a building from the initial decision to build through to completion. Chapters cover:











Procurement and tendering
Payments, scheduling, progress and claims
Contract termination and insolvency
Indemnity and insurance
Supply chain problems, defects and subcontracting issues
Quality, dealing with disputes and adjudication
How to administer contracts for BIM-compliant projects









JCT contracts are administered by a variety of professionals including project managers, architects, engineers, quantity surveyors and construction managers. It is individuals in these groups, whether experienced practitioner or student, who will benefit most from this clear, concise and highly relevant book.

This book is quite simply about contract administration using the JCT contracts. The key features of the new and updated edition continue to be its brevity, readability and relevance to everyday practice. It provides a succinct guide written from the point of view of a construction practitioner, rather than a lawyer, to the traditional form of contract with bills of quantities SBC/Q2016, the design and build form DB2016 and the minor works form MWD2016. The book broadly follows the sequence of producing a building from the initial decision to build through to completion. Chapters cover:











Procurement and tendering
Payments, scheduling, progress and claims
Contract termination and insolvency
Indemnity and insurance
Supply chain problems, defects and subcontracting issues
Quality, dealing with disputes and adjudication
How to administer contracts for BIM-compliant projects









JCT contracts are administered by a variety of professionals including project managers, architects, engineers, quantity surveyors and construction managers. It is individuals in these groups, whether experienced practitioner or student, who will benefit most from this clear, concise and highly relevant book.

Andy Atkinson is a chartered quantity surveyor with a background in consultancy and public service. With 35 years' experience lecturing in contract administration at London South Bank University, he has acted as principal and co-investigator for several publicly funded research projects. Formerly a member of the Joint Contracts Tribunal BIM Working Group, examining methods for adapting JCT contracts to building information modelling, Andy maintains a small surveying consultancy.

1. Building procurement strategy 2. Building procurement procedures 3. Interim payments 4. Final accounts 5. Progress 6. Claims 7. Termination and insolvency 8. The supply chain and sub-contracting 9. Indemnity and insurance 10. Fluctuations 11. Maintaining quality 12. An introduction to dispute resolution in construction 13. The Construction Act: adjudication and payment 14. Building information modelling and the JCT contracts

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