Articles

  • Copyright in Construction Drawings
  • Time & Cost Claims under GCC 2010
  • MISCONCEPTIONS OF THE CONTRACT
  • ADR IN SOUTHERN AFRICA
  • “GCC 2010” WHAT CAN WE EXPECT?
  • BEWARE THE FINE PRINT
  • ADJUDICATOR’S AWARD – IS IT WORTH THE PAPER IT’S WRITTEN ON?
  • BEWARE OF THE FINE PRINT!
  • Cure better than prevention?
  • Tendering injustices clarified
  • The Application of Penalties (but which end of the donkey gets the carrot?)
  • Construction guarantees
  • Payment, life blood of the industry
  • Professional negligence and liability
  • The cancellation conundrum
  • Enforcing interim payment certificates after termination (contract cancelled?)
  • THE CONTRACTOR’S COPYRIGHT IN DESIGN AND BUILD
  • TIME BARS RE-VISITED
  • ADJUDICATORS DETERMINATION NOT FINAL AND BINDING; QUO VADIS?
  • CASH IS KING
  • WHO OWNS THE FLOAT?
  • SUBMISSIONS TO THE ADJUDICATOR
  • DO YOU KNOW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A NOTICE AND A TIME BAR?
  • Changes in scope analysed
  • Contractors should be certified
  • Strict wording makes a difference
  • A year of legal advice
  • Floating in a sea of uncertainty?
  • CONTRACTORS IN SUSPENSE ABOUT FAILURES TO MAKE PAYMENT
  • THE NEW GOLD BOOK FIDIC FOR DESIGN BUILD AND OPERATE PROJECTS
  • Of supposed ‘intent’ and significant damage
  • The Importance of Giving Notice
  • Adjudication procedures
  • Status of the programme
  • “What a day for a daydream”
  • The intricacies of notice provisions
  • Cash is king – insurance is often a poor second
  • Transfer of the right of ownership
  • Reasonable Evidence
  • Dealing with Defective Design
  • When is enough enough?
  • Risk, contract law courses CPD accredited
  • Does CHDB legislation help or hinder?
  • Application of penalties hinder?
  • Lifeblood of the Industry?
  • Following the Adjudication Route
  • Constructive acceleration – why not in SA?
  • Concurrent Delay
  • Arbitration Blues
  • Arbitration – a Cost Effective Mechanism?
  • CIDB ” barking up the wrong tree?”
  • The Common Law
  • Claims Outside the Contract
  • Global Claims
  • FIDIC 1999 – Is this meeting the needs of the construction industry?
  • The NEC, panacea for employers?
  • Contracting, a risky business!
  • Why do construction projects go wrong?
  • CETA – The Construction, Education and Training Authority
  • The proposed new Domestic Arbitration Act
  • Arbitration on the rise – Financial Mail
  • JBCC contract documentation flawed – claim
  • New developments in international construction legislation
  • More confusion in the building industry
  • Letter to Construction World Nominated and Selected Sub-Contractors
  • Greater Pretoria Metropolitan Council Embark on BOT Project For The Processing And Disposal of Waste Water Sludge (Engineer News Water and Sewage Feature)
  • Lets get rid of them
  • Cancellation – When dreams become Nightmares
  • Risks associated with medium-sized construction contracts in Africa under FIDIC IV Conditions of Contract (Continued)
  • Risks associated with medium-sized construction contracts in Africa under FIDIC IV Conditions of Contract