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Engineers Losing Millions through Bad Contract Administration
Business
Tuesday June 28 2016

Engineers Losing Millions through Bad Contract Administration

Of all tasks which can lead to costly disputes if not done well, one area which is particularly critical for engineers in Australia revolves around contract...

The Legalities of Interpreting Contracts
Business
Tuesday March 8 2016

The Legalities of Interpreting Contracts

Construction contracts are often difficult to interpret because of the influence of the surrounding facts and circumstances.

The Biggest Weaknesses in NSW Infrastructure Procurement
Business
Friday February 26 2016

The Biggest Weaknesses in NSW Infrastructure Procurement

Whether it’s the WestConnex road project, the North West Rail Link, Sydney Light Rail, or the new hospital at Northern Beaches or the upgrade to the...

Give New Life to your Project Through Contract Administration
Business
Friday January 22 2016

Give New Life to your Project Through Contract Administration

We all know that getting the job done should be enough to be deserving of payment in full, but it’s just not so.

Reference Dates: Who Decides?
Business
Thursday January 14 2016

Reference Dates: Who Decides?

In September and November of last year, the Courts of Appeal of Victoria and New South Wales each issued judgments on whether an adjudicator’s decision about...

Can Your Client Really Pay You?
Business
Tuesday October 13 2015

Can Your Client Really Pay You?

For the majority of architects in Australia, the awarding of new work represents an exciting opportunity to create something beautiful which will be enjoyed for years...

The Double Scope of an Architect’s Role in Building Contracts
Business
Friday January 30 2015

The Double Scope of an Architect’s Role in Building Contracts

As construction lawyers it is not uncommon that we may act for builders or indeed owners involved in high end residential construction.