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JCT Standard Forms of Contracts

Adj 2011 Adjudication Agreement 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: Where the Adjudicator is to be appointed in respect of a construction dispute that has arisen under a JCT contract/subcontract agreement.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337128

 

Adj/N 2011 Adjudication Agreement 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: Where the Adjudicator is to be appointed in respect of a construction dispute that has arisen under a JCT contract/subcontract agreement.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337127

 

CA 2011 Consultancy Agreement (Public Sector) 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: for use by Public Sector employers who are undertaking construction works and wish to engage a consultant (regardless of discipline) to carry out services in respect of such works.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337093

 

CM/A 2011 Construction Management 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date. The main contract for the procurement path of construction management is the Construction Management Agreements (CM/A). This agreement is part of a suite of documentation for use where separate contractual responsibility for the management, design and the construction of the project is required.

Appropriate: Where a Construction Manager is to manage the project on behalf of the Client and: Where the Client is to enter into direct separate trade contracts using the Construction Management Trade Contract (CM/TC) or a special Trade Contract.

Can be used: Where the works are to be carried out in sections.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337088

 

CM/G 2011 Construction Management Guide 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date. An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337089

 

CM/TC 2011 Construction Management Trade Contract 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date. This Contract is to be entered into between the Client and the Trade Contractor in conjunction with the Construction Management Agreement (CM/A).

Appropriate: Where the Client is to enter into direct separate trade contracts and: Where a Construction Manager appointed under the Client and Construction Management Agreement is to administer the conditions on behalf of the Client.

Can be used: Where the works are to be carried out in sections.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337090

 

Constructing Excellence Contract pack (CE) 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: for the procurement of construction works and construction related services; For use throughout the supply chain including the provision of professional services; For use where participants wish to engender collaborative and integrative working; For use in partnering.

Can be used: Whether or not the supplier is to design; Where the works are to be carried out in sections; for Target Cost or Lump Sum.

Pack contains:
JCT/ Constructing Excellence contract (CE);
JCT/ Constructing Excellence Project Team Agreement (CE/P);
JCT/ Constructing Excellence Guide (CE/G).

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337109

 

CWa/F 2011 Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: Where the Sub Contractor is to give a warranty to a company providing finance for a building project and the contract for the main contract building works is the Standard Building Contract, Intermediate Building Contract or Design and Build Contract.

Suitable for the JCT Standard Building Contract (SBC);
JCT Intermediate Form of Building Contract (IC);
JCT Intermediate Form of Building Contract with Contractor's Design (ICD);
JCT Design and Build Contract (DB);
JCT Prime Cost Building Contract (PCC).

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337110

 

CWa/P&T 2011 Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Purchaser or Tenant 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011).

Appropriate: Where the Contractor is to give a warranty to a Purchaser or Tenant in respect of building works and the contract for the building works is the Standard Building Contract, Intermediate Building Contract or Design and Build Contract; For use in respect of the whole works or part of them.

Suitable for the JCT Standard Building Contract (SBC);
JCT Intermediate Form of Building Contract (IC);
JCT Intermediate Form of Building Contract with Contractor's Design (ICD);
JCT Design and Build Contract (DB);
JCT Prime Cost Building Contract (PCC).

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337045

 

DB 2011 Design and Build Contract 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: Where detailed contract provisions are necessary and Employer's requirements have been prepared and provided to the Contractor; Where the Contractor is not only to carry out and complete the works, but also to complete the design and: Where the Employer employs an agent (who may be an external consultant or employee) to administer the conditions.

Can be used: Where the works are to be carried out in sections; By both private and local authority employers. Where the Contractor is restricted to design small discrete parts of the works and not made responsible for completing the design for the whole works, consideration should be given to using one of the JCT contracts that provide for such limited design input by the Contractor and the employment of a Contract Administrator.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337111

 

DB/G 2011 Design and Build Contract Guide 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date. An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and specifying who should complete it.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337046

 

DBSub/A 2011 Design and Build Subcontract Agreement 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: For use with the Design and Build Contract and: For subcontract works whether or not they include design by the Subcontractor.

Can be used: Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement of the subcontract works.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337047

 

DBSub/C 2011 Design and Build Subcontract Conditions 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: For use with the Design and Build Contract; and: For subcontract works whether or not they include design by the Subcontractor.

Can be used: Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement of the subcontract works.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337048

 

DBSub/G 2011 Design and Build Subcontract Guide 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date. An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337049

 

FA 2011 Framework Agreement 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: For the procurement of construction/engineering related works over a period of time; For use by clients with contractors and/or suppliers; For use by contractors, subcontractors and/or suppliers sub letting to others in the supply chain; For use with most standard forms of construction and engineering contracts and subcontracts.

Can be used: on a single project.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337050

 

FA/G 2011 Framework Agreement Guide 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date. An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337051

 

IC 2011 Intermediate Building Contract Revision 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: Where the proposed building works are of simple content involving the normal, recognised basic trades and skills of the industry, without building service installations of a complex nature or other complex specialist work Where the works are designed by or on behalf of the Employer, where fairly detailed contract provisions are necessary and the Employer is to provide the Contractor with Drawings and a specification, work schedules or bills of quantities to define adequately the quantity and quality of the work and: Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions. This contract provides more detailed provisions and more extensive control procedures than the Minor Works Building Contract (MW) but less detailed that the Standard Building Contract (SBC).

Can be used: Where the works are to be carried out in sections By both private and local authority employers Where provisions are required to cover named specialists.

Not suitable: Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the works, even though all the other criteria are met consider Intermediate Building Contract with Contractor's Design (ICD).

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337053

 

IC/G 2011 Intermediate Building Contract Guide 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date. An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337052

 

ICD 2011 Intermediate Building Contract with Contractor's Design 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: Where the proposed building works are of simple content involving the normal, recognised basic trades and skills of the industry, without building service installations of a complex nature or other complex specialist work; Where the works are designed and the requirements for the contractor's design of discrete part(s) are detailed by or on behalf of the Employer, and: where the Contractor is required to design those part(s) of the work (contractor's designed portion); Where fairly detailed contract provisions are necessary and the Employer is to provide drawings and a specification, work schedules or bills of quantities to define adequately the quantity and quality of the work and: Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions. This contract provides more detailed provisions and more extensive control procedures than the Minor Works Building Contract with Contractor's Design (MWD) but less detailed that the Standard Building Contract (SBC)

Can be used: Where the works are to be carried out in sections; By both private and local authority employers; Where provisions are required to cover named specialists.

Not suitable: As a design and build contract.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337054

 

ICSub/A 2011 Intermediate Subcontract Agreement Revision 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: For use where the main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract and: For subcontract works where the Subcontractor is not required to design.

Can be used: Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in section; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement; Where main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design if the Subcontractor is not required to design.

Not suitable: Where the Contractor is to design any part of the subcontract works, even though the other criteria are met consider the consider Intermediate Subcontract with Subcontractor's Design (ICSub/D); Where the Subcontractor is named in the main contract.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337055

 

ICSub/C 2011 Intermediate Subcontract Conditions 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: For use where the main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract and: For subcontract works where the Subcontractor is not required to design.

Can be used: Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in section; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement; Where main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design if the Subcontractor is not required to design.

Not suitable: Where the Contractor is to design any part of the subcontract works, even though the other criteria are met consider the consider Intermediate Subcontract with Subcontractor's Design (ICSub/D); Where the Subcontractor is named in the main contract.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337056

 

ICSub/D/A 2011 Intermediate Subcontract With Subcontractor's Design Agreement 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: For use where the main contract is the Standard Building Contract (with quantities, without quantities or with approximate quantities); Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the main contract works (contractor's designed portion) and: The Subcontractor is to design all or part of the subcontract works (subcontractor's designed portion).

Can be used: Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement.

Not suitable: Where no subcontractor's design is involved consider the Standard Building Subcontract (SBCSub/A and SBCSub/C).

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337112

 

ICSub/D/C 2011 Intermediate Subcontract With Subcontractor's Design Conditions 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: For use where the main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design and: Where the Subcontractor is to design all or part of the subcontract works (Subcontractor's Designed Portion).

Can be used: Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in sections; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement of the subcontract works.

Not suitable: Where no Subcontractor's design is involved consider the Intermediate Subcontract (ICSub); Where the Subcontractor is named in the main contract.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337113

 

ICSub/G 2011 Intermediate Subcontract Guide 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date. An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337057

 

ICSub/NAM 2011 Intermediate Named Subcontract Tender and Agreement 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: For use where the main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract or Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design and: Where the Subcontractor is named to carry out subcontract works, whether or not they include design.

Can be used: Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in sections; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.)

Not suitable: Unless the Subcontractor is not named. For any subcontract work that forms a part of the Contractor's Designed Portion.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337060

 

ICSub/NAM/C 2011 Intermediate Named Subcontract Conditions 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: Where the main contract is or will be the Intermediate Building Contract or Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design and: Where the Subcontractor is named to carry out subcontract works, whether or not they include design.

Can be used: Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in sections; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.)

Not suitable: unless the Subcontractor is not named; For any subcontract work that forms a part of the Contractor's Designed Portion.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337058

 

ICSub/NAM/E 2011 Intermediate Named Subcontract/Employer Agreement 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: For use between a Named Subcontractor and an Employer. Where the main contract is or will be the Intermediate Building Contract or Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design and: Where the Subcontractor is to be named in the main contract or under its provisions to carry out the design and execution of subcontract works.

Not suitable: For any subcontract works that forms a part of the Contractor's Designed Portion.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337059

 

MC 2011 Management Building Contract 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: For large scale projects requiring an early start on site, where the works are designed by or on behalf of the Employer but where it is not possible to prepare full design information before the works commence and where much of the detail design may be of a sophisticated or innovative nature requiring proprietary systems or components designed by specialists. Where the Employer is to provide the Contractor with drawings and a specification and: Where a Management Contractor is to administer the conditions. The Management Contractor does not carry out any construction work but manage the Contract for a fee. The Management Contractor employs Works Contractors to carry out the construction works.

Can be used: Where the works are to be carried out in sections; By both private and local authority employers.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337095

 

MC/G 2011 Management Works Contractor Guide 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date. Guide to the JCT 2008 Management Contract.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337094

 

MC/Wa/P&T 2011 Management Contract Management Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Purchaser or Tenant 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date. This Warranty may be given by a management contractor to a purchaser or tenant of the whole or part of the building(s) comprising the works which are being or have been carried out under the Management Building Contract (MC).

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337096

 

MC/WaF 2011 Management Contract Management Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date. This Warranty may be given by a management contractor to a purchaser or tenant of the whole or part of the building(s) comprising the works which are being or have been carried out under the Management Building Contract (MC).

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337097

 

MCW/C 2011 Management Works Contract Conditions 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: For use where the main contract is the Management Building Contract and: For subcontract works whether or not they include design by the Works Contractor.

Can be used: Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections. For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement of the subcontract works.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337098

 

MCW/E 2011 Management Works Contractor/ Employer Agreement 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: For use between a Works Contractor and an Employer; Where the Works Contractor has entered into a Management Works Contract under a Management Building Contract and: Where the Works Contractor is to carry out the design and execution of subcontract works.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337099

 

MCWC/A 2011 Management Works Contract Agreement 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

This pack consists of the following Contracts:
Management Works Contract Invitation to Tender (MCWK/IT)
Management Works Contract Tender (MCW/T)
Management Works Contract Agreement (MCWK/A)

Appropriate: For use where the main contract is the Management Building Contract: and: For subcontract works whether or not they include design by the Works Contractor.

Can be used: Where the subcontract works and/or project are to be carried out in sections. For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement of the subcontract works.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337100

 

MP 2011 Major Project Construction Contract 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: For major where the Employer regularly procures large scale construction works and where the Contractor to be appointed is experienced and able to take greater risk than would arise under other JCT contracts; Where the parties have their own detailed procedures and where limited procedures only need be set out in the contract conditions; Where the Employer has prepared his requirements and provided these to the Contractor; Where the Contractor is not only to carry out and complete the works, but also to complete the design and: the Employer employs a representative to exercise the powers and functions of the Employer under the Contract.

Can be used: Where the works are to be carried out in sections.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337062

 

MP/G 2011 Major Project Construction Contract Guide 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date. An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337061

 

MPSub 2011 Major Project Subcontract 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: For use where the main contract is the Major Project Building Contract and: For subcontract works whether or not they include design by the Subcontractor.

Can be used: Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in sections; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement of the subcontract works.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337064

 

MPSub/G 2011 Major Project Subcontract Guide 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date. An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337063

 

MTC 2011 Measured Term Contract 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: By Employers who have a regular flow of maintenance and minor works, including improvements, to be carried out by a single contractor over a specified period of time and under a single contract; Where the work is to be instructed from time to time and measured and: valued on the basis of an agreed schedule of rates and: Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337066

 

MTC 2011 Measured Term Contract Guide 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: By Employers who have a regular flow of maintenance and minor works, including improvements, to be carried out by a single contractor over a specified period of time and under a single contract; Where the work is to be instructed from time to time and measured and: valued on the basis of an agreed schedule of rates and: Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337065

 

MW 2011 Minor Works Building Contract 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: Where the work involved is simple in character; Where the work is designed by or on behalf of the Employer; Where the Employer is to provide drawings and/or a specification and/or work schedules to define adequately the quantity and quality of the work and: Where a Contract Administrator is to administer the conditions.

Can be used: By both private and local authority employers.

Not suitable: Where bills of quantities are required; Where provisions are required to govern work carried out by named specialists; Where detailed control procedures are needed; Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the works, even though all the other criteria are met consider Minor Works Building Contract With Contractor's Design (MWD).

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337067

 

MWD 2011 Minor Works Building Contract With Contractor's Design 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: Where the work involved is simple in character; Where the work is designed and/the requirements for the contractor's design of discrete part(s) are detailed by or on behalf of the Employer, and where the Contractor is required to design those part(s) of the work (Contractor's Designed Portion); Where the Employer is to provide drawings and/or a specification and/or work schedules to define adequately the quantity and quality of the work and: Where a Contract Administrator is to administer the conditions.

Can be used: By both private and local authority employers.

Not suitable: As a design and build contract; Where bills of quantities are required; Where provisions are required to govern work carried out by named specialists; Where detailed control procedures are needed.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337068

 

MWSub/D 2011 Minor Works Building Subcontract with Subcontractor's Design 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date. For use where the main contract is the Minor Works Building Contract with contractor's design: Where the Sub-Contractor is to design all or part of the sub-contract works (Sub-Contractor's Designed Portion) and: For a small sub-contract package of work or one that is of straightforward content with low risk involved.

Not suitable: Where the sub-contract works are of a complex technical nature; Where sub-contractor's design is not involved - consider the Short Form of Sub-Contract (ShortSub).

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337069

 

PCC 2011 Prime Cost Building Contract 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: For projects requiring an early start on site, where the works are designed by or on behalf of the Employer but where it is not possible to prepare full design information before the works commence; Where detailed contract provisions are necessary and the Employer is to provide a specification describing and showing the items of works drawings may also be provided and: Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions. The work proceeds on the basis of a brief specification and an estimate of its cost. The Contractor is paid his reasonable costs plus either a percentage of the cost or a lump sum as a fee.

Can be used: Where the works are to be carried out in section; By both private and local authority employers.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337070

 

PCC/G 2011Prime Cost Building Contract Guide 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: For projects requiring an early start on site, where the works are designed by or on behalf of the Employer but where it is not possible to prepare full design information before the works commence; Where detailed contract provisions are necessary and the Employer is to provide a specification describing and showing the items of work; drawings may also be provided; and Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions. The work proceeds on the basis of a brief specification and an estimate of its cost. The Contractor is paid his reasonable costs plus either a percentage of the cost or a lump sum as a fee.

Can be used: Where the works are to be carried out in sections; By both private and local authority employers.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337071

 

PCSA 2011 Pre-Construction Services Agreement (General Contractor) 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date. Pre-Construction Services Agreement (General Contractor) (PCSA)

Appropriate: For the supply of pre-construction services by a Contractor selected under a two-stage tendering procedure and: where the main contract is to be the JCT Standard Building Contract, Design and Build Contract, Major Project Construction Contract, Intermediate Building Contract or Intermediate Building Contract with contractor's design, 2005 Edition.

Can be used: Whether or not the Contractor is to be responsible for any design work, Where there is to be novation to the Contractor of any specialist sub-contract(s) or supply contract(s) or (in the case of a Design and Build Contract or Major Project Construction Contract) any consultancy agreement(s); by both private and local authority employers and: (with minor adaptation) in a JCT Construction Management procurement, for the provision of pre-construction services by prospective Trade Contractors.

Not suitable: Between the Employer and specialist sub-contractors (except as prospective Trade Contractors in a JCT Construction Management procurement - but see also paragraph 7 of the Guidance Notes); between a Contractor and a sub-contractor or: In conjunction with the JCT Management Building Contract.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337101

 

PCSA SP 2011 Pre-Construction Services Agreement (Specialist) 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: for the supply of pre-construction services by a specialist to either an employer or the actual or prospective main contractor on substantial and/or complex projects, prior to entry into a sub-contract for construction or installation work and here the main contract is to be the JCT Standard Building Contract, Design and Build Contract, Major Project Construction Contract, Management Building Contract, Intermediate Building Contract or Intermediate Building Contract with contractor's design, 2005 Edition.

Can be used: whether or not the specialist is to be responsible for any design work, where the pre-construction services agreement is to be with the employer but the benefit of the specialist's tender may be assigned to the main contractor; and by both private and local authority employers.

Not suitable: between the employer and main contractor (for which the other version of the agreement, i.e. the JCT Pre-Construction Services Agreement (General Contractor) (PCSA) should be used) between the employer and a professional consultant (for which the JCT Consultancy Agreement (Public Sector) may in appropriate cases be used).

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337102

 

RM 2011 Repair and Maintenance Contract Commercial 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: where the work involves the repair and maintenance of a building an where no independent contract administrator is to be appointed.

Can be used: By both private and local authority employers.

Not suitable: for periodic repair or maintenance over a fixed term or the regular maintenance of plant etc. consider the Measured Term Contract (MTC); For work on a dwelling by a residential occupier consider the Building contract for a home owner/occupier who has not appointed a consultant to oversee the work (HO/B) or the Building contract and consultancy agreement for a home owner/occupier (HO/C), or if the work is of a very minor nature the Home Repair and Maintenance Contract (HO/RM).

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337072

 

SBC/AQ 2011 Standard Building Contract With Approximate Quantities 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate for: Larger works designed and/or detailed by, or on behalf of, the Employer, where detailed contract provisions are necessary and the Employer is to provide the Contractor with drawings, and with approximate bills of quantities to define the quantity and quality of the work which are to be subject to re measurement, as there is insufficient time to prepare the detailed drawings necessary for accurate bills of quantities to be produced and; Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions.

Can be used: Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the works (contractor's designed portion); Where the works are to be carried out in sections; By both private and local authority employers.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337073

 

SBC/G 2011 Standard Building Contract Guide 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date. An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337074

 

SBC/Q 2011 Standard Building Contract With Quantities 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate for: Larger works designed and/or detailed by, or on behalf of, the Employer, where detailed contract provisions are necessary and the Employer is to provide the Contractor with drawings, and with bills of quantities to define the quantity and quality of the work; Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions;

Can be used: Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the works (contractor's designed portion); Where the works are to be carried out in sections by both private and local authority employers.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337075

 

SBC/XQ 2011 Standard Building Contract Without Quantities 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: For larger works designed and/or detailed by, or on behalf of the Employer, where detailed contract provisions are necessary and the employer is to provide the Contractor with drawings, and with either a specification or work schedules to define adequately the scope and quality of the work and where the degree of complexity is not such as to require bills of quantities and: Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions.

Can be used: Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the works (contractor's designed portion): Where the works are to be carried out in sections; By both private and local authority employers.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337076

 

SBCSub/A 2011 Standard Building Subcontract Agreement 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: For use where the main contract is the Standard Building Contract (with quantities, without quantities or with approximate quantities); For subcontract works where the Subcontractor is not required to design.

Can be used: Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement.

Not suitable: Where the Subcontractor is to design any part of the subcontract works, even though the other criteria are met consider the Standard Building Subcontract with subcontractor's design (SBCSub/D/A and SBCSub/D/C).

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337077

 

SBCSub/C 2011 Standard Building Subcontract Conditions 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: For use where the main contract is the Standard Building Contract (with quantities, without quantities or with approximate quantities); For subcontract works where the Subcontractor is not required to design.

Can be used: Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement.

Not suitable: Where the Subcontractor is to design any part of the subcontract works, even though the other criteria are met consider the Standard Building Subcontract with subcontractor's design (SBCSub/D/A and SBCSub/D/C).

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337078

 

SBCSub/D/A 2011 Standard Building Subcontract with Subcontractor's Design Agreement 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: For use where the main contract is the Standard Building Contract (with quantities, without quantities or with approximate quantities); Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the main contract works (contractor's designed portion) and: The Subcontractor is to design all or part of the subcontract works (subcontractor's designed portion).

Can be used: Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement.

Not suitable: Where no subcontractor's design is involved consider the Standard Building Subcontract (SBCSub/A and SBCSub/C).
Replaces: DSC/A/DP and DSC/A/DPSC.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337079

 

SBCSub/D/C 2011 Standard Building Subcontract with Subcontractor's Design Conditions 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: For use where the main contract is the Standard Building Contract (with quantities, without quantities or with approximate quantities); Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the main contract works (contractor's designed portion) and: The Subcontractor is to design all or part of the subcontract works (subcontractor's designed portion).

Can be used: Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement.

Not suitable: Where no subcontractor's design is involved consider the Standard Building Subcontract (SBSSub/A and SBSSub/C).

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337080

 

SBCSub/G 2011 Standard Building Subcontract Guide 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date. An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337081

 

SCWa/E 2011 Subcontractor Collateral Warranty for Employer 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Can be used together with: Standard Building Subcontract, Design and Build Subcontract, Intermediate Subcontract.

Suitable for the JCT Standard Building Contract (SBC);
JCT Intermediate Form of Building Contract (IC);
JCT Intermediate Form of Building Contract with Contractor's Design (ICD);
JCT Design and Build Contract (DB);
JCT Prime Cost Building Contract (PCC).

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337082

 

SCWa/F 2011 Subcontractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate:Where the Subcontractor is to give a warranty to a company providing finance for a building project and the contract for the main contract building works is the Standard Building Contract, Intermediate Building Contract or Design and Build Contract.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337083

 

SCWa/P&T 2011 Subcontractor Collateral Warranty for a Purchaser or Tenant 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate:Where the Subcontractor is to give a warranty to a Purchaser or Tenant in respect of building works and the contract for the building works is the Standard Building Contract, Intermediate Building Contract or Design and Build Contract; For use in respect of the whole works or part of them.

Suitable for the JCT Standard Building Contract (SBC);
JCT Intermediate Form of Building Contract (IC);
JCT Intermediate Form of Building Contract with Contractor's Design (ICD);
JCT Design and Build Contract (DB);
JCT Prime Cost Building Contract (PCC).

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337084

 

ShortSub 2011 Short Form of Subcontract 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate:For use where the main contract is a JCT contract and: For a small subcontract package of work or one that is of straightforward content with low risk involved.

Can be used:Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement.

Not suitable: Where the subcontract works are of a complex technical nature; Where the Sub Contractor is to design any part of the sub contract works, even though the other criteria are met; Where provisions which are fully back to back with the main contract are required.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337085

 

TCWa/F 2011 Construction Management Trade Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: Where the Trade Contractor is to give a warranty to a company providing finance for a building project and the contract for the building works is the Construction Management Trade Contract.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337091

 

TCWa/P&T 2011 Construction Management Trade Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Purchaser or Tenant 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date.

Appropriate: Where the Trade Contractor is to give a warranty to a Purchaser or Tenant in respect of building works and the contract for the building works is the Construction Management Trade Contract. For use in respect of the whole works or part of them.

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337092

 

WC/Wa/F 2011 Management Contract Works Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date. This Warranty may be given by a works contractor to a provider of finance ('Funder') for proposed building works let or to be let under the Management Building Contract (MC).

Date of publication: October 2011

Order Code: 337103

 

WC/Wa/P&T 2011 Management Contract Works Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Purchaser or Tenant 2011

This Warranty may be given by a works contractor to a purchaser or tenant of the whole or part of the building(s) comprising the Project which are being or have been carried out under the Management Building Contract (MC).

Date of publication: 06 February 2008

Order Code: 337104

 

JCT 2011 The Complete Works

Complete set of the JCT 2011 contracts, which includes a copy of ALL JCT contracts, sub-contracts, guides, conditions and home owner contracts. The set is in binders.

Order Code: 337140

 

JCT Adjudication Agreement 2011

The new JCT Contracts 2011 cover new payment legislation and other important updates. The JCT 2011 Contracts should be used for construction contracts entered into after Part 8 of the new Construction Act comes into force (expected October 2011). Consequently the JCT Contracts 2011 published before the Part 8 of the Construction Act comes into force will make it clear that they should not be used prior to that date. Appropriate:
Where the Adjudicator is to be appointed in respect of a construction dispute that has arisen under a JCT contract/subcontract agreement.

Order Code:

 

Rules for adjudication for use with the JCT building contract for a home owner/ occupier and JCT Consultancy agreement for a home owner/ occupier

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Order Code: 254317

 

Project Bank Account Documentation (PBA)

Date of publication: July 2009


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Order Code: 254253

 

MW05 Project Pack- for use with the MW05 and MWD 05 incorporating contractor's design

Date of publication: June 2006

The new RIBA Contract Administration Forms ‘Project Packs' are a completely up-to-date set of forms specifically produced for use with the 2005 editions of the JCT forms.
of contract.

Replacing the old system of publishing the forms in individual pads, the forms are now contained within three separate ‘Project Packs'.


Each project pack contains a comprehensive selection and sufficient quantity of forms needed to administer a project under the contract in question. The new project packs can therefore be easily charged to the job they are being used for, making both project and general office administration easier.


The project packs contain the forms in the quantities listed below. Interim Certificate, Statement of Retention and Certificate of Progress Payment forms are included in the packs and are also available in separate top-up pads.

- Certificate of Progress Payment 6 copies;
- Notification of an Extension of Time 4 copies;
- Non-Completion Certificate 4 copies;
- Practical Completion Certificate 2 copies;
- Certificate of Making Good 2 copies;
- Final Certificate 2 copies.

The frequently used forms – Architect's Instructions, Contract Administrator's Instructions and Instruction Continuations – are not included in the Packs and are available separately in pads of a hundred.

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Order Code: 141036

 

JCT Trade Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder (TC/Wa/F)

Date of publication: March 2009

This warranty may be given by a trade contractor to a provider of finance ("Funder") for a proposed project managed by a construction manager under the Construction Management Appointment (CMA),

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Order Code: 196243

 

JCT Terrorism Cover Update

Date of publication: December 2009

The JCT Works insurance provisions have been updated in relation to Terrorism Cover and the contractor's liability for loss or damage to the works or site materials as a result of terrorism in cases where Insurance Option A applies.

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Order Code: 296682

 

JCT Practice Note 5 (Series 2) Deciding on the Appropriate Form of JCT Main Contract

Date of publication: 2009

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Order Code: 254324

 

JCT Partnering Charter (Non-Binding) (PC/N)

Date of publication: 2005

For use where the parties do not wish to enter into a legally binding agreement, but wish to create a collaborative working arrangement. Free Download. Click on the "More Information" Link.

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JCT/ Constructing Excellence Project Team Agreement (CE/P)

Date of publication: January 2007

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Order Code: 145034

 

JCT-Constructing Excellence Contract Project Team Agreement CE/P Revision 1 2009

Date of publication: July 2009

Appropriate:
-for use in conjunction with the JCT - Constructing Excellence Contract (CE); and:
where members of the project team are to enter into a multi-party pain/gain agreement.

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Order Code: 252686

 

JCT- Constructing Excellence Contract Guide CE/G Revision 2009

Date of publication: July 2009

This Guide covers aspects of both the JCT - Constructing Excellence Contract and the Project Team Agreement, including help on the completion of these two documents. It is intended to provide a general introduction to these contracts and is not a substitute for professional advice.

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Order Code: 252687

 

JCT: Building a Sustainable Future Together - Guidance Note

Date of publication: March 2009

Following an industry-wide consultation earlier this year JCT is reviewing the sustainability provisions within its contracts. This publication analyses how sustainability might be provided for within contract documentation.

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Order Code: 252550

 

JCT 2008 Works Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder (WCWa/F)

Date of publication: 28 January 2008

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Order Code: 193239

 

JCT 2008 WC/Wa/P&T Management Contract Works Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Purchaser or Tenant WC/Wa/P&T

Date of publication: 28 January 2008

This Warranty may be given by a works contractor to a purchaser or tenant of the whole or part of the building(s) comprising the Project which are being or have been carried out under the Management Building Contract (MC).

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Order Code: 192831

 

JCT 2008 WC/Wa/F Management Contract Works Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder

Date of publication: January 2008

This Warranty may be given by a works contractor to a provider of finance ('Funder') for proposed building works let or to be let under the Management Building Contract (MC).

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JCT 2008 Pre-Construction Services Agreement PCSA/SP

Date of publication: 31 December 2008


Appropriate:
For the supply of pre-construction services by a specialist to either an employer or the actual or prospective main contractor on substantial and/or complex projects, prior to entry into a sub-contract for construction or installation work and
where the main contract is to be the JCT Standard Building Contract, Design and Build Contract, Major Project Construction Contract, Management Building Contract, Intermediate Building Contract or Intermediate Building Contract with contractor's design, 2005 Edition.

Can be used:
Whether or not the specialist is to be responsible for any design work,
where the pre-construction services agreement is to be with the employer but the benefit of the specialist's tender may be assigned to the main contractor; and
by both private and local authority employers.

Not suitable:
between the employer and main contractor (for which the other version of the agreement, i.e. the JCT Pre-Construction Services Agreement (General Contractor) (PCSA) should be used);
between the employer and a professional consultant (for which the JCT Consultancy Agreement (Public Sector) may in appropriate cases be used).

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Order Code: 235298

 

JCT 2008 Pre-Construction Services Agreement PCSA

Date of publication: 31 December 2008

Pre-Construction Services Agreement (General Contractor) (PCSA)

Appropriate:
For the supply of pre-construction services by a Contractor selected under a two-stage tendering procedure and:
where the main contract is to be the JCT Standard Building Contract, Design and Build Contract, Major Project Construction Contract, Intermediate Building Contract or Intermediate Building Contract with contractor's design, 2005 Edition.

Can be used:
Whether or not the Contractor is to be responsible for any design work,
Where there is to be novation to the Contractor of any specialist sub-contract(s) or supply contract(s) or (in the case of a Design and Build Contract or Major Project Construction Contract) any consultancy agreement(s);
by both private and local authority employers and:
(with minor adaptation) in a JCT Construction Management procurement, for the provision of pre-construction services by prospective Trade Contractors.

Not suitable:
Between the Employer and specialist sub-contractors (except as prospective Trade Contractors in a JCT Construction Management procurement - but see also paragraph 7 of the Guidance Notes);
between a Contractor and a sub-contractor or:
In conjunction with the JCT Management Building Contract.

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Order Code: 235297

 

JCT 2008 MCWC/A- Management Works Contract Agreement

Date of publication: January 2008

This pack consists of the following Contracts:
Management Works Contract Invitation to Tender (MCWK/IT)
Management Works Contract Tender (MCW/T)
Management Works Contract Agreement (MCWK/A)

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is the Management Building Contract: and: For subcontract works whether or not they include design by the Works Contractor.

Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/or project are to be carried out in sections. For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement of the subcontract works.

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Order Code: 129957

 

JCT 2008 MCW/E- Management Works Contractor/ Employer Agreement

Date of publication: 28 January 2007

Appropriate:
For use between a Works Contractor and an Employer; Where the Works Contractor has entered into a Management Works Contract under a Management Building Contract and: Where the Works Contractor is to carry out the design and execution of subcontract works.

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Order Code: 129959

 

JCT 2008 MCW/C- Management Works Contract Conditions

Date of publication: 28 January 2008

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is the Management Building Contract and: For subcontract works whether or not they include design by the Works Contractor.

Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections. For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement of the subcontract works.

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Order Code: 129958

 

JCT 2008 MC/WaF Management Contract Management Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder

Date of publication: 28 January 2008

This Warranty may be given by a management contractor to a purchaser or tenant of the whole or part of the building(s) comprising the works which are being or have been carried out under the Management Building Contract (MC).

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Order Code: 192829

 

JCT 2008 MC/Wa/P&T Management Contract Management Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Purchaser or Tenant MC/Wa/P&T

Date of publication: 28 January 2008

This Warranty may be given by a management contractor to a purchaser or tenant of the whole or part of the building(s) comprising the works which are being or have been carried out under the Management Building Contract (MC).

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Order Code: 192830

 

JCT 2008 MC- Management Building Contract

Date of publication: 28 January 2008

Appropriate:
For large scale projects requiring an early start on site, where the works are designed by or on behalf of the Employer but where it is not possible to prepare full design information before the works commence and where much of the detail design may be of a sophisticated or innovative nature requiring proprietary systems or components designed by specialists. Where the Employer is to provide the Contractor with drawings and a specification and: Where a Management Contractor is to administer the conditions. The Management Contractor does not carry out any construction work but manage the Contract for a fee. The Management Contractor employs Works Contractors to carry out the construction works.

Can be used:
Where the works are to be carried out in sections; By both private and local authority employers.

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Order Code: 129956

 

JCT 2008 HOC Pack- Building Contract for a Home Owner/Occupier who has appointed a Consultant to Oversee the Work 2009 edition

Date of publication: July 2009

This pack contains:
Two copies of The Consultancy Agreement;
Two copies of The Building Contract;
Guidance notes printed on the inside of the folder;

An enquiry letter. This is a consumer contract for use by a residential occupier, drafted in clear simple language to comply with The Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999. A construction contract with a residential occupier or someone who intends to occupy the dwelling as his/her residence is excluded from the provisions of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 nevertheless this contract provides for adjudication in the event of a dispute between the home owner.occupier and the contractor. This building contract is published as part of the Building Contract and Consultancy Agreement for a home owner/ occupier and is designed for use with the consultancy agreement.

Appropriate:
For small domestic building work such as extensions and alterations; Where the proposed works are to be carried out for an agreed lump sum; Where detailed procedures are not required and: Where the home owner/occupier has appointed a consultant who will be administering the contract for the home owner/occupier. Not suitable for use in Scotland. A separate version is published and issued.

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Order Code: 254256

 

JCT 2008 HOB Building Contract for a Home Owner/Occupier who has not appointed a Consultant to oversee the work 2009 edition

Date of publication: July 2009

This pack contains:
Two copies of the 8 page contract;
Guidance notes printed on the inside of the folder;

An enquiry letter. This is a consumer contract for use by a residential occupier, drafted in clear simple language to comply with The Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999. A construction contract with a residential occupier or someone who intends to occupy the dwelling as his/her residence is excluded from the provisions of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 nevertheless this contract provides for adjudication in the event of a dispute between the home owner/occupier and the contractor.

Appropriate:
For small domestic building work such as extensions and alterations; Where the proposed works are to be carried out for an agreed lump sum and: Where no consultant acts on behalf of the home owner/occupier to administer the contract. Not suitable for use in Scotland. A separate version is published and issued by the Scottish Building Contract Committee Limited (SBCC) for use in Scotland.

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Order Code: 254257

 

JCT 2008 MC/G Management Works Contractor Guide

Date of publication: January 2008

Guide to the JCT 2008 Management Contract.

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Order Code: 192828

 

JCT 2008 Consultancy Agreement (Public Sector) (CA)

Date of publication: December 2008

Appropriate:
For use by Public Sector employers who are undertaking construction works and wish to engage a consultant (regardless of discipline) to carry out services in respect of such works.

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Order Code: 235299

 

JCT 2008 CMWa/P&T- Construction Management Trade Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Purchaser or Tenant

Date of publication: March 2009

Appropriate:
Where the Trade Contractor is to give a warranty to a Purchaser or Tenant in respect of building works and the contract for the building works is the Construction Management Trade Contract. For use in respect of the whole works or part of them.

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Order Code: 129953

 

JCT 2008 CMWa/F- Construction Management Trade Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder

Date of publication: March 2009

Appropriate:
Where the Trade Contractor is to give a warranty to a company providing finance for a building project and the contract for the building works is the Construction Management Trade Contract.

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Order Code: 129952

 

JCT 2008 CM/TC- Construction Management Trade Contract

Date of publication: December 2008

This Contract is to be entered into between the Client and the Trade Contractor in conjunction with the Construction Management Agreement (CM/A).

Appropriate:
Where the Client is to enter into direct separate trade contracts and: Where a Construction Manager appointed under the Client and Construction Management Agreement is to administer the conditions on behalf of the Client.

Can be used:
Where the works are to be carried out in sections.

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Order Code: 129937

 

JCT 2008 CM/G- Construction Management Guide

Date of publication: March 2009

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

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Order Code: 129954

 

JCT 2008 CM/A- Construction Management Appointment

Date of publication: December 2008

The main contract for the procurement path of construction management is the Construction Management Agreements (CM/A). This agreement is part of a suite of documentation for use where separate contractual responsibility for the management, design and the construction of the project is required.

Appropriate:
Where a Construction Manager is to manage the project on behalf of the Client and: Where the Client is to enter into direct separate trade contracts using the Construction Management Trade Contract (CM/TC) or a special Trade Contract.

Can be used:
Where the works are to be carried out in sections.

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Order Code: 129950

 

JCT 2007 FA- Framework Agreement 2007

Date of publication: 26 November 2007

Appropriate:
For the procurement of construction/engineering related works over a period of time; For use by clients with contractors and/or suppliers; For use by contractors, subcontractors and/or suppliers sub letting to others in the supply chain; For use with most standard forms of construction and engineering contracts and subcontracts.

Can be used:
On a single project, but is not suitable if the parties do not wish to be legally bound consider the Framework Agreement (Non binding) (FA/N).

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Order Code: 154164

 

JCT 2005 Trade Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Purchaser or Tenant TCWa/P&T

Date of publication: March 2009

This warranty may be given by a trade contractor to a purchaser or tenant of the whole or part of the building(s) comprosing the project managed by a conbstruction manager under the Construction Management Appointment (CM/A).

Order Code: 196247

 

JCT 2005 ShortSub- Short Form of Subcontract Revision 2

Date of publication: May 2009

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is a JCT contract and: For a small subcontract package of work or one that is of straightforward content with low risk involved.

Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement.

Not suitable:
Where the subcontract works are of a complex technical nature; Where the Sub Contractor is to design any part of the sub contract works, even though the other criteria are met; Where provisionswhich are fully back to back with the main contract are required.

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Order Code: 252660

 

JCT 2005 SCWa/F- Subcontractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: June 2009

Appropriate:
Where the Subcontractor is to give a warranty to a company providing finance for a building project and the contract for the main contract building works is the Standard Building Contract, Intermediate Building Contract or Design and Build Contract.

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Order Code: 252758

 

JCT 2005 SCWa/E- Subcontractor Collateral Warranty for Employer Revision 2009

Date of publication: June / July 2009

Can be used together with:
Standard Building Subcontract, Design and Build Subcontract, Intermediate Subcontract.

Suitable for the JCT Standard Building Contract (SBC);
JCT Intermediate Form of Building Contract (IC);
JCT Intermediate Form of Building Contract with Contractor's Design (ICD);
JCT Design and Build Contract (DB);
JCT Prime Cost Building Contract (PCC).

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Order Code: 252674

 

JCT 2005 SBCSub/G- Standard Building Subcontract Guide Revision 2009

Date of publication: May / June 2009

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

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Order Code: 252670

 

JCT 2005 SBCSub/G- Standard Building Subcontract Guide

Date of publication: October 2005

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

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Order Code: 129912

 

JCT 2005 SBCSub/D/C- Standard Building Subcontract with Subcontractor's Design Conditions Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: May 2009

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is the Standard Building Contract (with quantities, without quantities or with approximate quantities); Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the main contract works (contractor's designed portion) and: The Subcontractor is to design all or part of the subcontract works (subcontractor's designed portion).

Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement.

Not suitable;
Where no subcontractor's design is involved consider the Standard Building Subcontract (SBSSub/A and SBSSub/C).

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Order Code: 252667

 

JCT 2005 SBCSub/D/A- Standard Building Subcontract with Subcontractor's Design Agreement Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: May 2009

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is the Standard Building Contract (with quantities, without quantities or with approximate quantities); Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the main contract works (contractor's designed portion) and: The Subcontractor is to design all or part of the subcontract works (subcontractor's designed portion).

Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement.

Not suitable;
Where no subcontractor's design is involved consider the Standard Building Subcontract (SBCSub/A and SBCSub/C).
Replaces: DSC/A/DP and DSC/A/DPSC.

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Order Code: 252666

 

JCT 2005 SBCSub/C- Standard Building Subcontract Conditions Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: May/ June 2009

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is the Standard Building Contract (with quantities, without quantities or with approximate quantities); For subcontract works where the Subcontractor is not required to design.

Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement.

Not suitable;
Where the Subcontractor is to design any part of the subcontract works, even though the other criteria are met consider the Standard Building Subcontract with subcontractor's design (SBCSub/D/A and SBCSub/D/C).

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Order Code: 252669

 

JCT 2005 SBCSub/A- Standard Building Subcontract Agreement Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: May 2009

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is the Standard Building Contract (with quantities, without quantities or with approximate quantities); For subcontract works where the Subcontractor is not required to design.

Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement.

Not suitable;
Where the Subcontractor is to design any part of the subcontract works, even though the other criteria are met consider the Standard Building Subcontract with subcontractor's design (SBCSub/D/A and SBCSub/D/C).

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Order Code: 252668

 

JCT 2005 SBC/XQ- Standard Building Contract Without Quantities Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: May 2009

Appropriate:
For larger works designed and/or detailes by, or on behalf of the Employer, where detailed contract provisions are necessary and the employer is to provide the Contractor with drawings, and with either a specification or work schedules to define adequately the scope and quality of the work and where the degree of complexity is not such as to require bills of quantities and: Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions.

Can be used:
Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the works (contractor's designed portion): Where the works are to be carried out in sections; By both private and local authority employers.

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Order Code: 252665

 

JCT 2005 SBC/Q- Standard Building Contract With Quantities Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: May 2009

Appropriate for:
Larger works designed and/or detailed by, or on behalf of, the Employer, where detailed contract provisions are necessary and the Employer is to provide the Contractor with drawings, and with bills of quantities to define the quantity and quality of the work; Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions;

Can be used:
Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the works (contractor's designed portion); Where the works are to be carried out in sections by both private and local authority employers.

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Order Code: 252662

 

JCT 2005 SBC/G- Standard Building Contract Guide Revision 2009

Date of publication: May 2009

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

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Order Code: 252664

 

JCT 2005 SBC/G- Standard Building Contract Guide

Date of publication: July 2005

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

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Order Code: 129907

 

JCT 2005 SBC/AQ- Standard Building Contract With Approximate Quantities Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: May 2009

Appropriate for:
Larger works designed and/or detailed by, or on behalf of, the Employer, where detailed contract provisions are necessary and the Employer is to provide the Contractor with drawings, and with approximate bills of quantities to define the quantity and quality of the work which are to be subject to re measurement, as there is insufficient time to prepare the detailed drawings necessary for accurate bills of quantities to be produced and; Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions.

Can be used:
Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the works (contractor's designed portion); Where the works are to be carried out in sections; By both private and local authority employers.

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Order Code: 252663

 

JCT 2005 Repair and Maintenance Contract RM Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: August 2009

Appropriate:
Where the work involves the repair and maintenance of a building an where no independent contract administrator is to be appointed.

Can be used:
By both private and local authority employers.

Not suitable:
For periodic repair or maintenance over a fixed term or the regular maintenance of plant etc. consider the Measured Term Contract (MTC);
For work on a dwelling by a residential occupier consider the Building contract for a home owner/occupier who has not appointed a consultant to oversee the work (HO/B) or the Building contract and consultancy agreement for a home owner/occupier (HO/C), or if the work is of a very minor nature the Home Repair and Maintenance Contract (HO/RM).

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Order Code: 252697

 

JCT 2005 Prime Cost Building Contract Guide PCC/G Revision 2 2009

For projects requiring an early start on site, where the works are designed by or on behalf of the Employer but where it is not possible to prepare full design information before the works commence; Where detailed contract provisions are necessary and the Employer is to provide a specification describing and showing the items of work; drawings may also be provided; and
Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions. The work proceeds on the basis of a brief specification and an estimate of its cost.
The Contractor is paid his reasonable costs plus either a percentage of the cost or a lump sum as a fee.

Can be used:
Where the works are to be carried out in sections;
By both private and local authority employers.

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Order Code: 252696

 

JCT 2005 Prime Cost Building Contract Guide PCC/G

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Order Code: 145013

 

JCT 2005 PCC- Prime Cost Building Contract Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: August 2009

Appropriate:

For projects requiring an early start on site, where the works are designed by or on behalf of the Employer but where it is not possible to prepare full design information before the works commence;

Where detailed contract provisions are necessary and the Employer is to provide a specification describing and showing the items of works drawings may also be provided and:

Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions. The work proceeds on the basis of a brief specification and an estimate of its cost.

The Contractor is paid his reasonable costs plus either a percentage of the cost or a lump sum as a fee.

Can be used:

Where the works are to be carried out in section;
By both private and local authority employers.

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Order Code: 252695

 

JCT 2005 MWSub/D- Minor Works Building Subcontract with Subcontractor's Design Revision 1 2009

Date of publication: May 2009

For use where the main contract is the Minor Works Building Contract with contractor's design:

Where the Sub-Contractor is to design all or part of the sub-contract works (Sub-Contractor's Designed Portion) and:

For a small sub-contract package of work or one that is of straightforward content with low risk involved.

Not suitable:

Where the sub-contract works are of a complex technical nature;

Where sub-contractor's design is not involved - consider the Short Form of Sub-Contract (ShortSub).

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Order Code: 252659

 

JCT 2005 MWSub/D- Minor Works Building Subcontract with Subcontractor's Design

Date of publication: March 2008

For use where the main contract is the Minor Works Building Contract with contractor's design:

Where the Sub-Contractor is to design all or part of the sub-contract works (Sub-Contractor's Designed Portion) and:

For a small sub-contract package of work or one that is of straightforward content with low risk involved.

Not suitable:

Where the sub-contract works are of a complex technical nature;

Where sub-contractor's design is not involved - consider the Short Form of Sub-Contract (ShortSub).

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Order Code: 146601

 

JCT 2005 MWD- Minor Works Building Contract With Contractor's Design Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: May / June 2009

Appropriate:

Where the work involved is simple in character; Where the work is designed and/the requirements for the contractor's design of discrete part(s) are detailed by or on behalf of the Employer, and where the Contractor is required to design those part(s) of the work (Contractor's Designed Portion); Where the Employer is to provide drawings and/or a specification and/or work schedules to define adequately the quantity and quality of the work and: Where a Contract Administrator is to administer the conditions.

Can be used:

By both private and local authority employers.

Not suitable:

As a design and build contract; Where bills of quantities are required; Where provisions are required to govern work carried out by named specialists; Where detailed control procedures are needed.

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Order Code: 252658

 

JCT 2005 MW- Minor Works Building Contract Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: May / June 2009

Appropriate:

Where the work involved is simple in character; Where the work is designed by or on behalf of the Employer; Where the Employer is to provide drawings and/or a specification and/or work schedules to define adequately the quantity and quality of the work and: Where a Contract Administrator is to administer the conditions.

Can be used:

By both private and local authority employers.

Not suitable:

Where bills of quantities are required; Where provisions are required to govern work carried out by named specialists; Where detailed control procedures are needed; Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the works, even though all the other criteria are met consider Minor Works Building Contract With Contractor's Design (MWD).

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Order Code: 252657

 

JCT 2005 MTC- Measured Term Contract Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: August / September 2009

Appropriate:

By Employers who have a regular flow of maintenance and minor works, including improvements, to be carried out by a single contractor over a specified period of time and under a single contract; Where the work is to be instructed from time to time and measured and: valued on the basis of an agreed schedule of rates and: Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions.

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Order Code: 252693

 

JCT 2005 MTC- Measured Term Contract Guide MTC/ G Revision 2009

Date of publication: August 2009

Appropriate:

By Employers who have a regular flow of maintenance and minor works, including improvements, to be carried out by a single contractor over a specified period of time and under a single contract; Where the work is to be instructed from time to time and measured and: valued on the basis of an agreed schedule of rates and: Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions.

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Order Code: 252694

 

JCT 2005 MTC- Measured Term Contract Guide MTC/ G

Appropriate:

By Employers who have a regular flow of maintenance and minor works, including improvements, to be carried out by a single contractor over a specified period of time and under a single contract; Where the work is to be instructed from time to time and measured and: valued on the basis of an agreed schedule of rates and: Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions.

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Order Code: 145014

 

JCT 2005 MPSub- Major Project Subcontract Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: July / August 2009

Appropriate:

For use where the main contract is the Major Project Building Contract and: For subcontract works whether or not they include design by the Subcontractor.

Can be used:

Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in sections; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement of the subcontract works.

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Order Code: 252691

 

JCT 2005 MPSub/G- Major Project Subcontract Guide Revision 2009

Date of publication: July 2009

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Order Code: 252692

 

JCT 2005 MPSub/G- Major Project Subcontract Guide Revision 2009

Date of publication: July 2005

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Order Code: 129933

 

JCT 2005 MP- Major Project Construction Contract Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: July 2009

Appropriate:

For major where the Employer regularly procures large scale construction works and where the Contractor to be appointed is experienced and able to take greater risk than would arise under other JCT contracts; Where the parties have their own detailed procedures and where limited procedures only need be set out in the contract conditions; Where the Employer has prepared his requirements and provided these to the Contractor; Where the Contractor is not only to carry out and complete the works, but also to complete the design and: the Employer employs a representative to exercise the powers and functions of the Employer under the Contract.

Can be used:

Where the works are to be carried out in sections.

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Order Code: 252689

 

JCT 2005 MP/G- Major Project Construction Contract Guide Revision 2009

Date of publication: July 2009

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

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Order Code: 252690

 

JCT 2005 MP/G- Major Project Construction Contract Guide

Date of publication: July 2005

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

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Order Code: 129931

 

JCT 2005 ICSub/NAM- Intermediate Named Subcontract Tender and Agreement Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: June / July 2009

Appropriate:

For use where the main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract or Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design and: Where the Subcontractor is named to carry out subcontract works, whether or not they include design.

Can be used:

Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in sections; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.)

Not suitable:

Unless the Subcontractor is not named. For any subcontract work that forms a part of the Contractor's Designed Portion.

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Order Code: 252681

 

JCT 2005 ICSub/NAM/E- Intermediate Named Subcontract/Employer Agreement Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: June 2009

Appropriate:

For use between a Named Subcontractor and an Employer. Where the main contract is or will be the Intermediate Building Contract or Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design and: Where the Subcontractor is to be named in the main contract or under its provisions to carry out the design and execution of subcontract works.

Not suitable:

For any subcontract works that forms a part of the Contractor's Designed Portion.

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Order Code: 252683

 

JCT 2005 ICSub/NAM/C- Intermediate Named Subcontract Conditions Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: June / July 2009

Appropriate:

Where the main contract is or will be the Intermediate Building Contract or Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design and: Where the Subcontractor is named to carry out subcontract works, whether or not they include design.

Can be used:

Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in sections; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.)

Not suitable:

unless the Subcontractor is not named; For any subcontract work that forms a part of the Contractor's Designed Portion.

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Order Code: 252682

 

JCT 2005 ICSub/G- Intermediate Subcontract Guide Revision 2009

Date of publication: June 2009

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

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Order Code: 252684

 

JCT 2005 ICSub/G- Intermediate Subcontract Guide

Date of publication: April 2006

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

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Order Code: 129922

 

JCT 2005 ICSub/D/C- Intermediate Subcontract With Subcontractor's Design Conditions Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: June / July 2009

Appropriate:

For use where the main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design and: Where the Subcontractor is to design all or part of the subcontract works (Subcontractor's Designed Portion). Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in sections; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement of the subcontract works.

Not suitable:

Where no Subcontractor's design is involved consider the Intermediate Subcontract (ICSub); Where the Subcontractor is named in the main contract.

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Order Code: 252680

 

JCT 2005 ICSub/D/A- Intermediate Subcontract With Subcontractor's Design Agreement Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: June / July 2009

Appropriate:

For use where the main contract is the Standard Building Contract (with quantities, without quantities or with approximate quantities); Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the main contract works (contractor's designed portion) and: The Subcontractor is to design all or part of the subcontract works (subcontractor's designed portion).

Can be used:

Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement.

Not suitable;

Where no subcontractor's design is involved consider the Standard Building Subcontract (SBCSub/A and SBCSub/C).

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Order Code: 252679

 

JCT 2005 ICSub/C- Intermediate Subcontract Conditions Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: June / July 2009

Appropriate:

For use where the main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract and: For subcontract works where the Subcontractor is not required to design. Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in section; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement; Where main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design if the Subcontractor is not required to design.

Not suitable:

Where the Contractor is to design any part of the subcontract works, even though the other criteria are met consider the consider Intermediate Subcontract with Subcontractor's Design (ICSub/D); Where the Subcontractor is named in the main contract.

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Order Code: 129917

 

JCT 2005 ICSub/A- Intermediate Subcontract Agreement Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: June/ July 2009

Appropriate:

For use where the main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract and: For subcontract works where the Subcontractor is not required to design. Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in section; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement; Where main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design if the Subcontractor is not required to design.

Not suitable:
Where the Contractor is to design any part of the subcontract works, even though the other criteria are met consider the consider Intermediate Subcontract with Subcontractor's Design (ICSub/D); Where the Subcontractor is named in the main contract.

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Order Code: 252678

 

JCT 2005 ICD- Intermediate Building Contract with Contractor's Design Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: June/ July 2009

Appropriate:

Where the proposed building works are of simple content involving the normal, recognised basic trades and skills of the industry, without building service installations of a complex nature or other complex specialist work; Where the works are designed and the requirements for the contractor's design of discrete part(s) are detailed by or on behalf of the Employer, and: where the Contractor is required to design those part(s) of the work (contractor's designed portion); Where fairly detailed contract provisions are necessary and the Employer is to provide drawings and a specification, work schedules or bills of quantities to define adequately the quantity and quality of the work and: Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions.

This contract provides more detailed provisions and more extensive control procedures than the Minor Works Building Contract with Contractor's Design (MWD) but less detailed that the Standard Building Contract (SBC) Can be used:
Where the works are to be carried out in sections; By both private and local authority employers; Where provisions are required to cover named specialists. Not suitable:
As a design and build contract.

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Order Code: 252676

 

JCT 2005 IC- Intermediate Building Contract Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: June / July 2009

Appropriate:

Where the proposed building works are of simple content involving the normal, recognised basic trades and skills of the industry, without building service installations of a complex nature or other complex specialist work Where the works are designed by or on behalf of the Employer, where fairly detailed contract provisions are necessary and the Employer is to provide the Contractor with Drawings and a specification, work schedules or bills of quantities to define adequately the quantity and quality of the work and: Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions. This contract provides more detailed provisions and more extensive control procedures than the Minor Works Building Contract (MW) but less detailed that the Standard Building Contract (SBC) Can be used:

Where the works are to be carried out in sections By both private and local authority employers Where provisions are required to cover named specialists. Not suitable:
Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the works, even though all the other criteria are met consider Intermediate Building Contract with Contractor's Design (ICD).

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Order Code: 252675

 

JCT 2005 IC/G- Intermediate Building Contract Guide Revision 2009

Date of publication: June/ July 2009

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

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Order Code: 252677

 

JCT 2005 IC/G- Intermediate Building Contract Guide

Date of publication: July 2005

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

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Order Code: 129915

 

JCT 2005 HOC Pack- Building Contract for a Home Owner/Occupier who has appointed a Consultant to Oversee the Work

Date of publication: July 2005

This pack contains:

Two copies of The Consultancy Agreement;
Two copies of The Building Contract;
Guidance notes printed on the inside of the folder;
An enquiry letter. This is a consumer contract for use by a residential occupier, drafted in clear simple language to comply with The Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999. A construction contract with a residential occupier or someone who intends to occupy the dwelling as his/her residence is excluded from the provisions of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 nevertheless this contract provides for adjudication in the event of a dispute between the home owner.occupier and the contractor. This building contract is published as part of the Building Contract and Consultancy Agreement for a home owner/ occupier and is designed for use with the consultancy agreement.

Appropriate:
For small domestic building work such as extensions and alterations; Where the proposed works are to be carried out for an agreed lump sum; Where detailed procedures are not required and: Where the home owner/occupier has appointed a consultant who will be administering the contract for the home owner/occupier. Not suitable for use in Scotland. A separate version is published and issued.

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JCT 2005 HOB Building Contract for a Home Owner/Occupier who has not appointed a Consultant to oversee the work

This pack contains:

Two copies of the 8 page contract;
Guidance notes printed on the inside of the folder;
An enquiry letter. This is a consumer contract for use by a residential occupier, drafted in clear simple language to comply with The Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999. A construction contract with a residential occupier or someone who intends to occupy the dwelling as his/her residence is excluded from the provisions of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 nevertheless this contract provides for adjudication in the event of a dispute between the home owner/occupier and the contractor.

Appropriate:
For small domestic building work such as extensions and alterations; Where the proposed works are to be carried out for an agreed lump sum and: Where no consultant acts on behalf of the home owner/occupier to administer the contract. Not suitable for use in Scotland. A separate version is published and issued by the Scottish Building Contract Committee Limited (SBCC) for use in Scotland.

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Order Code: 129976

 

JCT 2005 FA/G- Framework Agreement Guide 2007

Date of publication: 26 November 2007

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

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Order Code: 154165

 

JCT 2005 DBSub/G- Design and Build Subcontract Guide 2009

Date of publication: May/ June 2009

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

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Order Code: 252656

 

JCT 2005 DBSub/G- Design and Build Subcontract Guide

Date of publication: March 2006

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

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Order Code: 129929

 

JCT 2005 DBSub/C- Design and Build Subcontract Conditions Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: May / June 2009

Appropriate:
For use with the Design and Build Contract; and:

For subcontract works whether or not they include design by the Subcontractor.

Can be used:

Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections;
For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement of the subcontract works.

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Order Code: 252655

 

JCT 2005 DBSub/A- Design and Build Subcontract Agreement Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: August 2009

Appropriate:
For use with the Design and Build Contract and: For subcontract works whether or not they include design by the Subcontractor. Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections; For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement of the subcontract works.

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Order Code: 252654

 

JCT 2005 DB/G- Design and Build Contract Guide Revision 2009

Date of publication: May / June 2009

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and specifying who should complete it.

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Order Code: 252653

 

JCT 2005 DB- Design and Build Contract Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: December 2009

Deletes clause 4.12.12 and replaces it with clause 4.12.9.

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JCT 2005 DB- Design and Build Contract Revision 2 2009

Date of publication: May / June 2009

Appropriate:
Where detailed contract provisions are necessary and Employer's requirements have been prepared and provided to the Contractor; Where the Contractor is not only to carry out and complete the works, but also to complete the design and: Where the Employer employs an agent (who may be an external consultant or employee) to administer the conditions.

Can be used:

Where the works are to be carried out in sections; By both private and local authority employers. Where the Contractor is restricted to design small discrete parts of the works and not made responsible for completing the design for the whole works, consideration should be given to using one of the JCT contracts that provide for such limited design input by the Contractor and the employment of a Contract Administrator.

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Order Code: 252652

 

JCT 2005 CWa/P&T- Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Purchaser or Tenant Revision 2009

Date of publication: June 2009

Appropriate:
Where the Contractor is to give a warranty to a Purchaser or Tenant in respect of building works and the contract for the building works is the Standard Building Contract, Intermediate Building Contract or Design and Build Contract;
For use in respect of the whole works or part of them.

Suitable for the JCT Standard Building Contract (SBC);
JCT Intermediate Form of Building Contract (IC);
JCT Intermediate Form of Building Contract with Contractor's Design (ICD);
JCT Design and Build Contract (DB);
JCT Prime Cost Building Contract (PCC).

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Order Code: 252672

 

JCT 2005 CWa/F- Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder Revision 2009

Date of publication: June 2009

Appropriate:

Where the Sub Contractor is to give a warranty to a company providing finance for a building project and the contract for the main contract building works is the Standard Building Contract, Intermediate Building Contract or Design and Build Contract.

Suitable for the JCT Standard Building Contract (SBC);
JCT Intermediate Form of Building Contract (IC);
JCT Intermediate Form of Building Contract with Contractor's Design (ICD);
JCT Design and Build Contract (DB);
JCT Prime Cost Building Contract (PCC).

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Order Code: 252671

 

JCT 2005 Constructing Excellence Contract pack (CE)

Date of publication: December 2006

Appropriate for the procurement of construction works and construction related services;
For use throughout the supply chain including the provision of professional services;
For use where participants wish to engender collaborative and integrative working;
For use in partnering.

Can be used:

Whether or not the supplier is to design;
Where the works are to be carried out in sections;
for Target Cost or Lump Sum.

Pack contains:
JCT/ Constructing Excellence contract (CE);
JCT/ Constructing Excellence Project Team Agreement (CE/P);
JCT/ Constructing Excellence Guide (CE/G).

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JCT 2005 Constructing Excellence Contract (CE) Revision 1 2009

Date of publication: July / August 2009

Appropriate for the procurement of construction works and construction related services;
For use throughout the supply chain including the provision of professional services;
For use where participants wish to engender collaborative and integrative working;
For use in partnering.

Can be used:

Whether or not the supplier is to design;
Where the works are to be carried out in sections;
for Target Cost or Lump Sum.

You may pre-order these items. They will be despatched as soon as we receive stocks.

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Order Code: 252685

 

JCT 2005 Adj/N- Adjudication Agreement Named Adjudicator

Date of publication: July 2005

Appropriate:
Where the Adjudicator is named in a JCT contract/subcontract agreement for the purpose of adjudicating upon a dispute that may arise under that contract.

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Order Code: 129964

 

JCT 2005 Adj- Adjudication Agreement

Date of publication: July 2005

Appropriate:
Where the Adjudicator is to be appointed in respect of a construction dispute that has arisen under a JCT contract/subcontract agreement.

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Order Code: 129963

 

JCT 2006 IC05 Project Pack- for use with the IC05 Intermediate Building Contract and ICD 05 incorporating contractor's design

Date of publication: June 2006

The new RIBA Contract Administration Forms ‘Project Packs' are a completely up-to-date set of forms specifically produced for use with the 2005 editions of the JCT forms
of contract. Replacing the old system of publishing the forms in individual pads, the forms are now contained within three separate ‘Project Packs'.

Each project pack contains a comprehensive selection and sufficient quantity of forms needed to administer a project under the contract in question. The new project packs can therefore be easily charged to the job they are being used for, making both project and general office administration easier.

The project packs contain the forms in the quantities listed below. Interim
Certificate, Statement of Retention and Certificate of Progress Payment forms are included in the packs and are also available in separate top-up pads.

Includes the following forms: Interim Certifiicate 8 copies, Sectional Completion Certificate 6 copies, Statement of Partial Possession 2 copies, Notification of an extension of time 6 copies, Non-completion certificate 6 copies, Practical completion certificate 2 copies, Certificate of Making Good, 6 copies and Final Certificate 2 copies.

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Order Code: 141035

 

Guide to selecting the appropriate JCT subcontract

Flow chart designed to assist in choosing the correct form of contract. Free download

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Formula Rules (FR)

Date of publication: February 2006

Free Download.

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Order Code: 252549

 

CM/A Model Schedule 6- Site Facilities and Services

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Order Code: 252718

 

CM/A Model Schedule 5- Cost Planning and Control

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Order Code: 252719

 

CM/A Model Schedule 5 - Construction Manager's Services

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Order Code: 252717

 

JCT 2008 Attestation update February 2008

An update was issued in February 2008 by JCT (Joint Contracts Tribunal), introducing new forms for execution as a Deed and guidance notes to replace the existing form within some JCT contracts. The new forms facilitate an additional method for execution.

The attestation update, which comes as a result of the Companies Act 2006 (section 44(2)(b)), provides for a third method of execution as a Deed, allowing a signature by a single director, suitably witnessed, to suffice. The new provision of the Companies Act 2006 took effect from 1 April 2008.

The Attestation Update affecting 30 JCT05 contracts/sub-contracts can be downloaded, printed and inserted into the existing copies of the following JCT contracts:

Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder
Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Purchaser or Tenant
Design and Build Contract, Revision 1 2007
Design and Build Sub-Contract Agreement, Revision 1 2007
Framework Agreement 2007
Intermediate Building Contract with contractor's design, Revision 1 2007
Intermediate Building Contract, Revision 1 2007
Intermediate Named Sub-Contract Tender & Agreement, Revision 1 2007
Intermediate Named Sub-Contractor Employer Agreement, Revision 1 2007
Intermediate Sub-Contract Agreement, Revision 1 2007
Intermediate Sub-Contract with sub-contractor's design Agreement, Revision 1 2007
JCT - Constructing Excellence Contract Project Team Agreement
JCT - Constructing Excellence Contract
Major Project Construction Contract, Revision 1 2007
Major Project Sub-Contract, Revision 1 2007
Measured Term Contract, Revision 1 2007
Minor Works Building Contract with contractor's design, Revision 1 2007
Minor Works Building Contract, Revision 1 2007
Prime Cost Building Contract, Revision 1 2007
Standard Building Contract With Approximate Quantities, Revision 1 2007
Standard Building Contract With Quantities, Revision 1 2007
Standard Building Contract Without Quantities, Revision 1 2007
Standard Building Sub-Contract Agreement, Revision 1 2007
Standard Building Sub-Contract with sub-contractor's design Agreement, Revision 1 2007
Sub-Contractor Collateral Warranty for Employer
Sub-Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder
Sub-Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Purchaser or Tenant.

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Order Code: 235306

 

JCT 2005 edition of the Construction Industry Model Arbitration rules including JCT supplementary and advisory procedures (CIMAR)

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
2006

Available as PDF file Click Here for Full Text

Order Code: CIMAR

 

JCT 2005 SBCSub/D/C- Standard Building Subcontract with Subcontractor's Design Conditions Revision 1 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
August 2007

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is the Standard Building Contract (with quantities, without quantities or with approximate quantities);

Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the main contract works (contractor's designed portion); and:

The Subcontractor is to design all or part of the subcontract works (subcontractor's designed portion).

Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections;

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement.

Not suitable;
Where no subcontractor's design is involved consider the Standard Building Subcontract (SBSSub/A and SBSSub/C).

Order Code: 192833

 

JCT 2005 SBCSub/D/A- Standard Building Subcontract with Subcontractor's Design Agreement Revision 1 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
August 2007

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is the Standard Building Contract (with quantities, without quantities or with approximate quantities);

Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the main contract works (contractor's designed portion); and:

The Subcontractor is to design all or part of the subcontract works (subcontractor's designed portion).

Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections;

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement.

Not suitable;
Where no subcontractor's design is involved consider the Standard Building Subcontract (SBCSub/A and SBCSub/C).

Order Code: 148744

 

JCT 2005 SBCSub/C- Standard Building Subcontract Conditions Revision 1 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
August 2007

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is the Standard Building Contract (with quantities, without quantities or with approximate quantities);

For subcontract works where the Subcontractor is not required to design.

Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections;

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement.

Not suitable;
Where the Subcontractor is to design any part of the subcontract works, even though the other criteria are met consider the Standard Building Subcontract with subcontractor's design (SBCSub/D/A and SBCSub/D/C).

Order Code: 148747

 

JCT 2005 SBCSub/A- Standard Building Subcontract Agreement Revision 1 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
August 2007

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is the Standard Building Contract (with quantities, without quantities or with approximate quantities);

For subcontract works where the Subcontractor is not required to design.

Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections;

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement.

Not suitable;
Where the Subcontractor is to design any part of the subcontract works, even though the other criteria are met consider the Standard Building Subcontract with subcontractor's design (SBCSub/D/A and SBCSub/D/C).

Order Code: 148746

 

JCT 2005 SBC/XQ- Standard Building Contract Without Quantities Revision 1 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
June 2007

Appropriate:
For larger works designed and/or detailes by, or on behalf of the Employer, where detailed contract provisions are necessary and the employer is to provide the Contractor with drawings, and with either a specification or work schedules to define adequately the scope and quality of the work and where the degree of complexity is not such as to require bills of quantities; and:

Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions.

Can be used:
Where the Contractor is to design descret part(s) of the works (contractor's designed portion):

Where the works are to be carried out in sections;

By both private and local authority employers.

Order Code: 146497

 

JCT 2005 SBC/Q- Standard Building Contract With Quantities Revision 1 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
June 2007

Appropriate for:
Larger works designed and/or detailed by, or on behalf of, the Employer, where detailed contract provisions are necessary and the Employer is to provide the Contractor with drawings, and with bills of quantities to define the quantity and quality of the work;

Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions;

Can be used:
Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the works (contractor's designed portion);

Where the works are to be carried out in sections by both private and local authority employers.

Order Code: 146496

 

JCT 2005 SBC/AQ- Standard Building Contract With Approximate Quantities Revision 1 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
July 2007

Appropriate for:
larger works designed and/or detailed by, or on behalf of, the Employer, where detailed contract provisions are necessary and the Employer is to provide the Contractor with drawings, and with approximate bills of quantities to define the quantity and quality of the work which are to be subject to re measurement, as there is insufficient time to prepare the detailed drawings necessary for accurate bills of quantities to be produced and;

Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions.

Can be used
Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the works (contractor's designed portion);

Where the works are to be carried out in sections;

By both private and local authority employers.

Order Code: 146498

 

JCT 2005 Repair and Maintenance Contract (RM) Revision 1 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal
October 2007

Appropriate:
where the work involves the repair and maintenance of a building; an where no independent contract administrator is to be appointed.

Can be used:
By both private and local authority employers.

Not suitable:
for periodic repair or maintenance over a fixed term or the regular maintenance of plant etc. consider the Measured Term Contract (MTC);

For work on a dwelling by a residential occupier consider the Building contract for a home owner/occupier who has not appointed a consultant to oversee the work (HO/B) or the Building contract and consultancy agreement for a home owner/occupier (HO/C), or if the work is of a very minor nature the Home Repair and Maintenance Contract (HO/RM).

Order Code: 148944

 

JCT 2005 PCC- Prime Cost Building Contract Revision 1 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
October 2007

Appropriate:
For projects requiring an early start on site, where the works are designed by or on behalf of the Employer but where it is not possible to prepare full design information before the works commence;

Where detailed contract provisions are necessary and the Employer is to provide a specification describing and showing the items of works; drawings may also be provided; and:

Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions.
The work proceeds on the basis of a brief specification and an estimate of its cost. The Contractor is paid his reasonable costs plus either a percentage of the cost or a lump sum as a fee.

Can be used:
Where the works are to be carried out in section;

By both private and local authority employers.

Order Code: 148939

 

JCT 2005 MWD- Minor Works Building Contract With Contractor's Design Revision 1 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
June 2007

Appropriate:
Where the work involved is simple in character;

Where the work is designed and/the requirements for the contractor's design of discrete part(s) are detailed by or on behalf of the Employer, and where the Contractor is required to design those part(s) of the work (Contractor's Designed Portion);

Where the Employer is to provide drawings and/or a specification and/or work schedules to define adequately the quantity and quality of the work; and:

Where a Contract Administrator is to administer the conditions.

Can be used:
By both private and local authority employers.
Not suitable:

As a design and build contract;

Where bills of quantities are required;

Where provisions are required to govern work carried out by named specialists;

Where detailed control procedures are needed.

Order Code: 146494

 

JCT 2005 MW- Minor Works Building Contract Revision 1 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
May 2007

Appropriate:
Where the work involved is simple in character;
Where the work is designed by or on behalf of the Employer;

Where the Employer is to provide drawings and/or a specification and/or work schedules to define adequately the quantity and quality of the work; and:

Where a Contract Administrator is to administer the conditions.

Can be used:
By both private and local authority employers.
Not suitable:

Where bills of quantities are required;
Where provisions are required to govern work carried out by named specialists;

Where detailed control procedures are needed;
Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the works, even though all the other criteria are met consider Minor Works Building Contract With Contractor's Design (MWD).

Order Code: 146493

 

JCT 2005 MTC- Measured Term Contract Revision 1 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
October 2007
Appropriate:
By Employers who have a regular flow of maintenance and minor works, including improvements, to be carried out by a single contractor over a specified period of time and under a single contract;
Where the work is to be instructed from time to time and measured and: valued on the basis of an agreed schedule of rates; and:
Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions.

Order Code: 148937

 

JCT 2005 MPSub- Major Project Subcontract Revision 1 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
September 2007

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is the Major Project Building Contract; and:

For subcontract works whether or not they include design by the Subcontractor.

Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in sections;
For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement of the subcontract works.

Order Code: 148890

 

JCT 2005 MP- Major Project Construction Contract Revision 1 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
September 2007

Appropriate:
For major where the Employer regularly procures large scale construction works and where the Contractor to be appointed is experienced and able to take greater risk than would arise under other JCT contracts;

Where the parties have their own detailed procedures and where limited procedures only need be set out in the contract conditions;

Where the Employer has prepared his requirements and provided these to the Contractor;

Where the Contractor is not only to carry out and complete the works, but also to complete the design; and:

The Employer employs a representative to exercise the powers and functions of the Employer under the Contract.

Can be used:
Where the works are to be carried out in sections.

Order Code: 148889

 

JCT 2005 ICSub/NAM/E- Intermediate Named Subcontract/Employer Agreement Revision 1 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
July 2007

Appropriate:
For use between a Named Subcontractor and an Employer.

Where the main contract is or will be the Intermediate Building Contract or Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design; and:

Where the Subcontractor is to be named in the main contract or under its provisions to carry out the design and execution of subcontract works.

Not suitable:
For any subcontract works that forms a part of the Contractor's Designed Portion

Order Code: 146599

 

JCT 2005 ICSub/NAM/C- Intermediate Named Subcontract Conditions Revision 1 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
July 2007

Appropriate:
Where the main contract is or will be the Intermediate Building Contract or Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design; and:

Where the Subcontractor is named to carry out subcontract works, whether or not they include design.

Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in sections;

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.)

Not suitable:
Unless the Subcontractor is not named;
For any subcontract work that forms a part of the Contractor's Designed Portion.

Order Code: 146600

 

JCT 2005 ICSub/D/C- Intermediate Subcontract With Subcontractor's Design Conditions Revision 1 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
July 2007

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design; and:

Where the Subcontractor is to design all or part of the subcontract works (Subcontractor's Designed Portion).

Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in sections;

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement of the subcontract works.

Not suitable:
Where no Subcontractor's design is involved consider the Intermediate Subcontract (ICSub);
Where the Subcontractor is named in the main contract.

Order Code: 146597

 

JCT 2005 ICSub/D/A- Intermediate Subcontract With Subcontractor's Design Agreement Revision 1 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
April 2007

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design; and:

Where the Subcontractor is to design all or part of the subcontract works (Subcontractor's Designed Portion).

Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in sections;

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement of the subcontract works.

Not suitable:
Where no Subcontractor's design is involved consider the Intermediate Subcontract (ICSub);

Where the Subcontractor is named in the main contract.

Order Code: 146596

 

JCT 2005 ICSub/C- Intermediate Subcontract Conditions Revision 1 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
June 2007

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract; and:

For subcontract works where the Subcontractor is not required to design.

Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in section;

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement;

Where main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design if the Subcontractor is not required to design.

Not suitable:
Where the Contractor is to design any part of the subcontract works, even though the other criteria are met consider the consider Intermediate Subcontract with Subcontractor's Design (ICSub/D);

Where the Subcontractor is named in the main contract.

Order Code: 146579

 

JCT 2005 ICSub/A- Intermediate Subcontract Agreement Revision 1 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
June 2007

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract; and:

For subcontract works where the Subcontractor is not required to design.

Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in section;

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement;

Where main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design if the Subcontractor is not required to design.

Not suitable:
Where the Contractor is to design any part of the subcontract works, even though the other criteria are met consider the consider Intermediate Subcontract with Subcontractor's Design (ICSub/D);

Where the Subcontractor is named in the main contract.

Order Code: 146578

 

JCT 2005 ICD- Intermediate Building Contract with Contractor's Design Revision 1 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
June 2007

Appropriate:
Where the proposed building works are of simple content involving the normal, recognised basic trades and skills of the industry, without building service installations of a complex nature or other complex specialist work;

Where the works are designed and the requirements for the contractor's design of discrete part(s) are detailed by or on behalf of the Employer, and: where the Contractor is required to design those part(s) of the work (contractor's designed portion);

Where fairly detailed contract provisions are necessary and the Employer is to provide drawings and a specification, work schedules or bills of quantities to define adequately the quantity and quality of the work; and:

Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions.

This contract provides more detailed provisions and more extensive control procedures than the Minor Works Building Contract with Contractor's Design (MWD) but less detailed that the Standard Building Contract (SBC)

Can be used:
Where the works are to be carried out in sections;

By both private and local authority employers;
Where provisions are required to cover named specialists.

Not suitable:
As a design and build contract.

Order Code: 146573

 

JCT 2005 IC- Intermediate Building Contract Revision 1 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
2007

Appropriate:
Where the proposed building works are of simple content involving the normal, recognised basic trades and skills of the industry, without building service installations of a complex nature or other complex specialist work;

Where the works are designed by or on behalf of the Employer, where fairly detailed contract provisions are necessary and the Employer is to provide the Contractor with Drawings and a specification, work schedules or bills of quantities to define adequately the quantity and quality of the work; and:

Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions.

This contract provides more detailed provisions and more extensive control procedures than the Minor Works Building Contract (MW) but less detailed that the Standard Building Contract (SBC)

Can be used:
Where the works are to be carried out in sections;

By both private and local authority employers;
Where provisions are required to cover named specialists.

Not suitable:
Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the works, even though all the other criteria are met consider Intermediate Building Contract with Contractor's Design (ICD).

Order Code: 147377

 

JCT 2005 FA/G- Framework Agreement Guide 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
November 2007

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

Order Code: 154165

 

JCT 2005 DBSub/C- Design and Build Subcontract Conditions Revision 1 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
August 2007
Appropriate:
For use with the Design and Build Contract; and:
For subcontract works whether or not they include design by the Subcontractor.

Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections;

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement of the subcontract works.

Order Code: 148749

 

JCT 2005 DBSub/A- Design and Build Subcontract Agreement Revision 1

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
August 2007

Appropriate:
For use with the Design and Build Contract; and:
For subcontract works whether or not they include design by the Subcontractor.

Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections;

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement of the subcontract works.

Order Code: 148748

 

JCT 2005 DB- Design and Build Contract Revision 1 2007

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
July 2007

Appropriate:
Where detailed contract provisions are necessary and Employer's requirements have been prepared and provided to the Contractor;

Where the Contractor is not only to carry out and complete the works, but also to complete the design; and:

Where the Employer employs an agent (who may be an external consultant or employee) to administer the conditions.

Can be used:
Where the works are to be carried out in sections;

By both private and local authority employers.
Where the Contractor is restricted to design small discrete parts of the works and not made responsible for completing the design for the whole works, consideration should be given to using one of the JCT contracts that provide for such limited design input by the Contractor and the employment of a Contract Administrator.

Order Code: 146595

 

NEC3 Term Service Contract Guidance Notes

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
June 2005

These guidance notes place the new Term Service Contract into context with the rest of the NEC suite of documents. They then set out the background to the contract, its provisions and guidance on when and how to use it. The procedure for setting up a contract is covered and explanations are given on the meanings of individual clauses. Worked examples are provided of contract data. Finally appendices cover the clause numbering system, sample form of tender, sample form of agreement, use as a subcontract, form of performance bond and price list.

Order Code: 130233

 

NEC3 Term Service Contract Flow Charts

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
June 2005

To enable users to understand the operation of the Term Service Contract, this book contains flow charts which set out the procedural logic of the 57 clauses that can be presented with benefit by flow charting.

Order Code: 130234

 

NEC3 Term Service Contract

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
June 2005

The Term Service Contract is an entirely new NEC document and is intended to be used for the appointment of a supplier for a period of time to manage and provide a service. This document contains the core clauses, the three main option clauses, secondary option clauses and contract data forms.

Order Code: 130232

 

NEC3 Subcontract

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
July 2005

The subcontract is intended for use in appointing a subcontractor where the contractor has been appointed under the NEC3 Engineering and construction options, the available secondary options, schedules of cost components and contract data.

Order Code: 130224

 

NEC3 Short Subcontract

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
July 2005

The short subcontract can be used as a subcontract to NEC3 Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC) and NEC3 Engineering and Construction Short Contract (ECSC). It should be used with contracts which do not require sophisticated management techniques, comprise straightforward work and impose only low risks on both the contractor and the subcontractor. It contains the subcontract clauses and contract data forms.

Order Code: 130228

 

NEC3 Short Contract Guidance Notes and Flow Charts

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
July 2005

These guidance notes explain the provisions of the Short Contract package through its three stages, how an Employer invites tenders, how a tender makes an offer and how a contract is made. Notes are then provided on the clauses and methods of joining diputes with main contract disputes. Worked examples are provided of the contract data forms.

The second part of the book contains flow charts which set out the procedural logic of the 28 clauses that can be presented with benefit by flow charting.

Order Code: 130229

 

NEC3 Short Contract

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
July 2005

The Short Contract is an alternative to NEC3 Engineering and Construction Contract and is for use with contracts which do not require sophisticated management techniques, comprise straightforward work and impose only low risks on both the employer and the Contractor. This document contains the contract clauses and the form for contract data.

Order Code: 130227

 

NEC3 Professional Services Contract Guidance Notes and Flow Charts

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
June 2005

These guide notes explain the structure of the Professional Services Contract and the reasons for its provisions. They explain the "shell" of the contact and the need to provide important additional information such as the scope. The main options, dispute resolution options and the secondary options are all explained together with basis of appointing a consultant. Explanatory notes are then provided on individual clauses and worked examples are provided of contract data.

The second part of the book contains flow charts which set out the procedural logic of the 28 clauses that can be presented with benefit by flow charting.

Order Code: 130226

 

NEC3 Professional Services Contract

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
June 2005

The Professional Services Contract is intended for use in the appointment of a supplier to provide professional services. It can be used for appointing project managers, supervisors, designers, consultants or other suppliers under NEC contracts and can also be used for appointing suppliers on non-NEC construction projects or for non-construction projects. This document contains the core clauses, the relevant main option clauses, the secondary option clauses and the contract data.

ISBN
9780727733702

Order Code: 130225

 

NEC3 Procurement and Contract Strategies: A Guide

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
June 2005

This is an entirely new addition to the NEC suite of documents which provides guidance for users of NEC in determining the procurement and contract strategies to meet project objectives and in the application of contracts from the NEC3 family in meeting these strategies. It is divided into three parts. Part 1 explains the NEC concept, the contracts and the option structure. Part 2 covers procurement strategies covering traditional approaches; design and build; prime contracting; management contracts; and PFI/PPP. Part 3 covers other procurement aspects such as partnering; incentivisation; KPIs; risk; supply chains; operating, maintenance and complance periods; framework contracts; value management; novation; and early contractor involvement.

Order Code: 130237

 

NEC3 Option F: Management Contract

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
July 2005

Option F is a cost reimbursable management contract where the financial risk is taken largely by the client. This document contains all the core clauses and secondary option clauses the schedules of cost components, and contract data, relevant to an option F contract.

Order Code: 130221

 

NEC3 Option E: Cost Reimbursable Contract

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
July 2005

Option E is a cost reinbursable type contract where the financial risk is taken largely by the client. This document contains all the core clauses and secondary option clauses the schedules of cost components, and contract data, relevant to an option E contract.

Order Code: 130220

 

NEC3 Option D: Target Contract with Bill of Quantities

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
July 2005

Option D is a target cost contract with a bill of quantities where the out-turn financial risks are shared between the Client and the Contractor in an agreed proportion. This document contains all the core and secondary option clauses, the schedules of cost components, and contract data relevant to an option D contract.

Order Code: 130219

 

NEC3 Option C: Target Contract with Activity Schedule

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
July 2005

Option C is a target cost contract with an activity schedule where the out-turn financial risks are shared between the client and the contractor in an agreed proportion. This document contains all the core and secondary option clauses, the schedules of cost components, and contract data relevant to an option C contact.

Order Code: 130218

 

NEC3 Option B: Priced Contract with Bill of Quantities

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
July 2005

Option B is a priced contract with a bill of quantities where the risk of carrying out the work at the agreed prices being is borne by the contractor. This document contains all the core and secondary option clauses, the shorter schedule of cost components, and contract data, relevant to an option B contract.

Order Code: 130217

 

NEC3 Option A: Priced Contract with Activity Schedule

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
July 2005

Option A is a priced contract with an activity schedule where the risk of carrying out the work at the agreed prices is largely borne by the contractor. This document contains all the clauses, the shorter schedule of cost components and contract data, relevant to an option A contract.

Order Code: 130216

 

NEC3 Guidance Notes

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
July 2005

This guidance notes explain the background to the engineering and construction contract, the reasons for some of its provisions and provide guidance on how to use it. They cover usage of all the six A-F options. An introductory section explains NEC objectives, application and project organisation, followed by sections on contract strategy and preparing tender documents. The bulk of the book is then devoted to explanations of the clauses and schedule of cost components with worked examples of contract data forms provided.

Order Code: 130222

 

NEC3 Framework Contract Guidance Notes and Flow Charts

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
June 2005

These guidance notes provide information on preparing and managing framework contracts, and worked examples of contract data. Also provided are flow charts which set out the operational logic of the contract.

Order Code: 130236

 

NEC3 Framework Contract

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
June 2005

The Framework Contract is an entirely new NEC document and is intended for use in the appointment of one or more suppliers to carry out construction work or to provide design or advisory services on an 'as instructed' basis over a set term. This document contains the core clauses and the contract data forms.

Order Code: 130235

 

NEC3 Flow Charts

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
July 2005

To enable users to understand the operation of the Engineering and Construction Contract, this book contains flow charts which set out the procedural logic of the 75 clauses that can be presented with benefit by flow charting.

Order Code: 130223

 

NEC3 Boxed Set

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
July 2005

The NEC3 boxed set comprises of all 23 NEC3 documents as listed below, in a slip case, at a reduced price representing a saving of £180 on the price of all documents if purchased individually.

Order Code: 130238

 

NEC3 Black Book

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
July 2005

NEC3 Engineering and Construction Contract is the core document from which the options A-F are extracted. It contains all core clauses and secondary option clauses, together with the schedules of cost components and forms for contract data.

Order Code: 130314

 

NEC3 Adjudicator's Contract Guidance Notes and Flow Charts

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
June 2005

These guidance notes explain the usage of the contract, procedures for appointing an Adjudicator, the nature of the form of agreement. Explanations are then provided on the individual clauses and worked example of contract data is provided.

The second part of the book contains flow charts which set out the procedural logic of the 5 clauses that can be presented with benefit by flow charting.

Order Code: 130231

 

NEC3 Adjudicator's Contract

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
July 2005

The NEC3 Adjudicator's Contract (AC) should be used for the appointment of an Adjudicator to decide disputes under the NEC family of contracts. It may also be used for the appointment of an Adjudicator under other forms of contract. This document contains the clauses, form of agreement and contract data.

Order Code: 130230

 

ICE Dispute Resolution Board Procedure

Institution of Civil Engineers
March 2005

Dispute Resolution Boards (DRB)s are a “job–site” form of dispute avoidance and resolution. DRBs have proven an effective, economic and user-friendly method of avoiding the extensive costs and diversions of resources usually associated with dispute resolution in the construction and engineering industries. Usually consisting of three experienced, respected and independent Adjudicators, the DRB is the generic phrase used to include Dispute Adjudication Boards, Dispute Review Boards and Panels and Dispute Conciliation Boards.

The DRB is established at the commencement of a project. The Members are kept abreast of project activities by receipt of routine reports and periodic visits to the job-site. When inter-party negations reach deadlock disputes and claims are referred to the DRB at project level.

The ICE has drafted this procedure to be used in conjunction with all standard forms of contract and for use both within the UK and internationally.

Two alternative procedural rules are contained in this document. One has been devised for use on international projects and UK contracts which are not subject to the provisions of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 (the Act) and the other is in full compliance with the Act. These procedures and rules may need to be modified to comply with any statutory requirements in the applicable jurisdiction.

The ICE maintains a list of DRB Members, each of whom has been suitably trained and assessed by the ICE's Conciliation and Adjudication Advisory Panel (CAAP) as being qualified, experienced and capable of acting on DRBs in the UK and/or overseas. This List is available from the ICE website at: www.ice.org.uk/law

Upon application, the ICE will appoint DRB Members from the published list. Application forms for such appointments are included within this document and are also available from the DAS or from the above website.
Contained in these procedures are the following documents:

ICE Dispute Resolution Procedure Rules: Alternative One: For use on International Projects and UK Contracts which are not subject to the provisions of the UK Housing Grants Construction and Regeneration Act 1996
ICE Dispute Resolution Procedure Rules: Alternative Two: UK Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 (Act) Compliant
Dispute Resolution Board Agreement – Tripartite Agreement (TPA)
Application for the appointment of a DRB Member or chairman
Requirements and application procedures for persons wishing to be considered for inclusion in the ICE’s List of DRB Members
Requirements for DRB Member’s Continuing Professional Development

Order Code: 76165

 

ICE Design and Construct Contract Guidance Notes, 2nd edition

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
September 2001

ICE Design and Construct Conditions of Contract, 2nd Edition: Guidance Notes have been prepared to assist users of the new edition of this Contract in the preparation of contract documents and the carrying out of contract works. They are comprehensive and explain the differences in the role of the Engineer in the Measurement Version: 7th Edition and the role of the Employer's Representative in the Design and Construct: 2nd Edition.

Order Code: 7492

 

ICE Design and Construct Contract, 2nd edition

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
October 2001

The ICE Design and Construct Conditions of Contract were originally published over 10 years ago, this edition updates the original contract with changes necessitated by new or amended legislation.

As well as several substantial changes and numerous minor ones the contract has been carefully edited to improve its clarity and usability. ICE Design and Construct Conditions of Contract: 2nd edition is not a variant of the Measurement Version but an entirely separate set of conditions based on very different premises.

ICE Design and Construct Conditions of Contract: 2nd edition radically departs from the normal ICE Conditions of Contract concept by making the Contractor responsible for all aspects of design and construction, including any design originally provided by or on behalf of the Employer. The Form of Tender provides for payment on a lump sum basis but other forms of payment may be used.

This new edition of the Contract has been updated to include the benefits of team working and current procurement initiatives. If the procedures are followed, the parties to the Contract will be provided with an 'early warning' of circumstances that may give rise to additional costs or delay in completion of the Contract.

The Contract has been revised and updated to deal with the following legislation:

The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 1994
The Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996
The Finance Act 1996 and the Landfill Tax Regulations 1996
The Contracts (Rights of third parties) Act 1999
The New Roads and Street Works Act 1991.

Order Code: 7491

 

ICE Construction Mediation Procedure 2002

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
November 2002

This guide has been produced as a result of current best practice and its increasing use in dispute resolution, within the construction industry. It allows the parties to the dispute the freedom to explore ways of settling it with assistance of an independent impartial person - the Mediator.

Order Code: 22569

 

ICE Conditions of Contract Term Version Contract, 1st edition Guidance Notes

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
September 2002

Guidance Notes have been prepared specifically to assist users of the ICE Conditions of Contract Term Version, in the preparation of contract documents and the carrying out of the contract works. They do not aim to provide legal interpretation but do represent what constitutes good practice in the conduct of civil engineering projects of this type.

Order Code: 22565

 

ICE Conditions of Contract Term Version Contract, 1st edition

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
September 2002

The concept of a term contract will be familiar to most engineers. Local authorities and utilities have used this type of contract for many years to carry out routine maintenance and remedial work within a set geographical area.

A contractor is appointed to carry out such work for an agreed period of time (the term), carrying out such packages of work as may be required by the Employer under conditions set out in the Contract. The ICE Term Version uses Works Orders to accommodate rolling renewal or replacement requirements (based on re-measurement or a lump-sum quotation for a particular operation). The traditional roles of the Engineer in advising the Employer, designing and supervising the Works and certifying payment are all maintained.

The ICE Term Version was drafted bearing in mind the benefits of team working and current procurement initiatives. The Contract will therefore be suitable for planned maintenance or refurbishment work, as well as for emergency works where a contractor may be on call. It may also be suitable for the appointment of a short list of contractors for larger packages of work.

Order Code: 22268

 

ICE Conditions of Contract Target Cost Version, 1st edition Guidance Notes

Institue of Civil Engineers
March 2006

This publication provides guidance to the ICE Conditions of Contract Target Cost Version, First edition which encourages active collaboration to reduce costs by sharing expertise and jointly managing risks in an open working environment, within the framework of the ICE Conditions of Contract family.

It encourages the Contractor to be more closely involved in aspects of design, provides for payment to the Contractor on a cost reimbursable basis and an incentive share arrangement if the costs differ from the target.

A more open style of control and management, which permits an early and joint approach to the identification and management of risks, obliges parties to recognise and understand each other’s objectives and promotes closer working relationships.

Order Code: 139911

 

ICE Conditions of Contract Partnering Addendum, May 2003

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
Association of Consulting Engineers (ACE)
Civil Engineering Contractors' Association (CECA)
May 2003

This Partnering Addendum aims to deliver an effective and flexible mechanism for multi-party partnering using ICE Conditions of Contract, ACE Agreements 2002 and CECA Forms of Subcontract. The document governs the implementation of the partnering arrangement and the relationship between the Partners. It may include any documents that are applicable to all parties (e.g. code of conduct) and may include any requirements for:

Use of common information systems, sharing of offices
Attendance at Partners’ and Core Group meetings
Participation in partnering workshops
Arrangements for joint design development
Value engineering and value management
Risk management
Joint performance management and monitoring, including compliance measurement.
By linking the Partnering Addendum to appropriate Bi-Party contracts, it is intended that the arrangements can be used for:

Partnering for any number of projects (i.e. single project or programme of works)
The duration of a term contract
Projects nationally and internationally using UK law
Projects of any technical composition
Projects of any size.
The partnering arrangement is sufficiently flexible to accommodate:

Additional Partners (disciplines) as the project progresses
All phases of the project development

A party entering into more than one Bi-Party contract.

Order Code: 22568

 

ICE Conditions of Contract for Minor Works, 3rd edition

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
May 2001

The new edition of ICE Conditions of Contract for Minor Works has been updated to include relevant legislation such as the Housing Grants Construction and Regeneration (HGCR)Act, The Contracts (Right of Third Parties) Act, The Arbitration Act and a new National agreement The Scottish Arbitration Code with the ICE's Annex (2001) to that code. Clause 11 has been modified so that the new Addendum A is incorporated to accommodate both the HGCR and Arbitration Acts.

Since the Minor Works is used where the HGCR Act may not apply,the Guidance Notes shows how the original disputes procedure (included in the Notes) replaces Clause 11 and Addendum A.

Order Code: BL2225

 

ICE Conditions of Contract for Ground Investigation- Guidance Notes, 2nd edition

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
November 2003

Guidance Notes have been prepared specifically to assist users of the ICE Conditions of Contract Ground Investigation Version in the preparation of contract documents and the carrying out of the investigation. They do not purport to provide legal interpretation but do represent the unanimous view of the CCSJC on what constitutes good practice in the conduct of ground investigations.

Order Code: 38888

 

ICE Conditions of Contract for Ground Investigation, 2nd edition

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
November 2003

Like the measurement version of the ICE Condition of Contract, the Ground Investigation Version is based on the traditional pattern of an investigation designed by a Engineer and carried out by a Specialist Contractor.

These Conditions are intended for the situation where the Employer wishes to develop a site and has geotechnical specialists to advise him and who will carry out any initial desk study, identify the geotechnical requirements of the project and design a ground investigation to suit those requirements.

The Investigation may include all or some of the following:

Site operations including drilling, digging pits, surveys etc.
Ancillary Works, being permanent items left behind, e.g. piezometers.
Laboratory Testing
Reporting requirements.
The extent of these will vary depending on the needs of individual projects and whether the purpose is for feasibility study of a full design investigation.

This new edition maintains the concepts set down in the first edition, published in 1983, but puts them in a more modern context with some additions and amendments resulting from experience and modern practice.

Changes since the first edition include:

Improved clarity of language, as for the family of ICE contractors.
Provision for a Ground Specialist to act as Engineer (Clause 2(2)).
Provisions regarding sub-contractors (Clause 4).
Requirements for supply of site information by the Employer (Clause 11).
A procedure for dealing with unforeseen contamination (Clause 12A).
A provision for repeating defective work (Clause 49(4)).
A provision for dealing with Contractor proposed variations (Clauses 51(3) and 52(2)).
Amended retention money clauses (Clause 60(5) and (6)).

Order Code: 38887

 

ICE Conditions of Contract for Archaeological Investigation Guidance Notes

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
September 2004

Guidance Notes for the ICE Conditions of Contract for Archaeological Investigation.

Order Code: 46631

 

ICE Conditions of Contract for Archaeological Investigation

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
September 2004

An Archaeological Investigation is usually undertaken to provide information:

In response to a proposed development which could cause damage to archaeological remains.
As part of the planning process (within the framework of appropriate national planning policy guidance notes) and/or development plan policy.

As part of an Environmental Impact Assessment.

In connection with management plans and mitigation strategies of private, local and national or international bodies.

Outside the planning process (e.g infrastructure projects, ecclesiastical development coastal erosion, agriculture, forestry and countryside management, works by public utilities and statutory undertakers)
Where the Investigation finds Archaeological Remains they are recorded, analysed and interpreted and the findings disseminated as appropriate.

These Conditions of Contract, the first of its kind, regulate the business relationship between the Employer and the specialist Archaeological Contractor during the course of an Archaeological Investigation. The Contract retains a pattern traditional in civil engineering contracts, with an investigation commissioned by an Employer (Landowners, developers etc.), designed or approved by an Engineer and carried out by a specialist Archaeological Contractor, only that the term 'Consultant' is used instead of 'Engineer'.

Its advantages include:

Providing parties to the Contract with and "advanced warning" of circumstances that may give rise to additional costs or delay or which may warrant a significant change tothe scope of the Investigation.

Enabling the minimisation of additional cost and/or delay as well as potential for dispute.

Minimising the incidence of disputes and resolving those that may arise in a speedy and non-confrontational manner.

On that basis that many archaeological contracts will fall within the provisions of Part 2 of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996, this Contract has been drafted to comply with the legislation with the intention that the various Statutory 'Schemes for Construction Contracts' should not apply.

Order Code: 46078

 

ICE Conditions of Contract Boxed Set

Institute of Civil Engineers
2001

Contains the following documents- ICE Conditions of Contract 7th edition; ICE Conditions of Contract 7th edition Guidance Notes; ICE Design and Construct Conditions of Contract, 2nd edition; ICE Design and Construct Conditions of Contract Guidance Notes, 2nd edition; ICE Conditions of Contract for Minor Works, 3rd edition. Tendering for Civil Engineering Contracts; ICE Conditions of Contract Partnering Addendum.

Order Code: 76090

 

ICE Conditions of Contract 7th edition Measurement version, reprinted January 2003 with 2001 amendments

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
January 2003

The first edition of the ICE Conditions of Contract was launched in December 1945 and the subsequent editions have become one of the main form of standard contracts for UK civil engineering work.

This new 7th edition has been drafted by Clients, Consultants, Contractors to provide a simple and standardised contract specifically tailored for civil engineering projects. It is been endorsed by the sponsoring bodies namely The Institution of Civil Engineers, The Association of Consulting Engineers and The Civil Engineering Contractors Association.

The 7th edition is based on the traditional pattern of Engineer-designed, Contractor-built Works with valuation by measurement. It has, however, been revised and updated in line with the recommendations made by the Latham Review and fully supports and promotes the benefits of teamworking and current procurement initiatives propounded by the Egan report. If the procedures as set out in the Contract are followed, the parties to the Contract are provided with a co-operative form of contract that should prevent delays or give rise to additional costs at any stage of a Contract.

Other major changes that have been incorporated into the new 7th edition relate to:

The Landfill Tax Regulations 1996
The Finance Act 1996
The Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996
The ICE Form of Default Bond
This new 7th edition replaces all its predecessors, and like them it will become one of the main forms of contract for UK civil engineering works.

Order Code: 38291

 

ICE Conditions of Contract 7th edition: Guidance Notes

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
September 1999

This document has been specifically prepared to assist users of the new 7th edition of the ICE Conditions of Contract with the preparation of contract documents and with the execution of the project itself. Though not a legal interpretation of the Contract, these Guidance Notes are a practical guide to 'good practice' in the conduct of civil engineering projects.

Order Code: BL1944

 

ICE Arbitration Procedure 2006

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
February 2006

The ICE Arbitration Procedure 2006 has been written to meet an industry demand for the adoption of more appropriate arbitration options to resolving disputes.

The purpose of arbitration is to achieve a fair resolution of disputes by an impartial Arbitrator without unnecessary delay or expense. The Arbitrator gives each party a reasonable opportunity of presenting a case and deals with that of the opponent.

This revised Procedure will be familiar to users of the ICE Arbitration Procedure 97 but has been updated to ensure that all parties adopt a more appropriate procedure that will reduce time and costs. In this revised procedure the Documents Only Procedure is used on low value disputes, the Expedited Procedure (time limited) on medium value disputes and the standard arbitration procedure is used on high value disputes. A table that sets out a value of dispute band against the procedure to be used is also included in the procedure.

Contents

Acknowledgement
Arbitration Procedure (2006)
Part A. Objectives, references and appointment
Part B. Arrangements for the arbitration
Part C. Control of the proceedings
Part D. Procedures before the hearing
Part E. Procedure at the hearing
Part F. Short procedure
Part G. Expedited procedure
Part H. Special procedure for experts
Part J. Awards
Part K. Miscellaneous
Table 1
Sample documents.

Order Code: 140097

 

ICE Adjudication Procedure 1997

Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
1998

Adjudicator's procedure, including sample documents with a separate list of adjudicators included in the price.

Order Code: BL1177

 

SBCC 2005 SBC/Q/Scot Standard Building Contract With Quantities for use in Scotland

SBCC
November 2005

This is a completely new contract from The Scottish Building Contract Committee Limited (SBCC Ltd) and is part of a suite of new forms - They are not revisions.

The JCT conditions and the Scottish Building Contracts are now incorporated into one document, a significant step for the building industry in Scotland and one that is long overdue. This is the equivalent "With Quantities" Scottish Form - presented in a new integrated format and with relevant revisions to reflect Scottish law and practice.

Order Code: 139771

 

SBCC 2005 SBC/G/Scot Standard Building Contract Guide for use in Scotland

SBCC
November 2005

Following on from the recently published and long awaited new suite of section-headed Standard Forms of Contract from JCT, this is the equivalent guide to the Scottish Forms - presented in a new integrated format and with relevant revisions to reflect Scots law and practice.

Order Code: 139773

 

SBCC 2005 SBC/AQ/Scot Standard Building Contract With Approximate Quantities for use in Scotland

SBCC
November 2005

Appropriate for larger works designed and/or detailed by or on behalf of the Employer, where detailed contract provisions are necessary and the Employer is to provide the Contractor with drawings; and with approximate bills of quantities to define the quantity and quality of the work, which are to be subject to re-measurement, as there is insufficient time to prepare the detailed drawings necessary for accurate bills of quantities to be produce; and where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions.

Order Code: 139771

 

SBCC 2005 MWD/Scot Minor Works Building Contract With Contractors Design for use in Scotland

SBCC
November 2005

This is a completely new contract from The Scottish Building Contract Committee Limited (SBCC Ltd) and is part of a suite of new forms - They are not revisions.

The JCT conditions and the Scottish Building Contracts are now incorporated into one document, a significant step for the building industry in Scotland and one that is long overdue. This is the equivalent "Minor Works with Contractors Design" Scottish Form - presented in a new integrated format and with relevant revisions to reflect Scottish law and practice.

Order Code: 139771

 

SBCC 2005 MW/Scot Minor Works Building Contract for use in Scotland

Building Contract for use in Scotland
SBCC
November 2005

This is a completely new contract from The Scottish Building Contract Committee Limited (SBCC Ltd) and is part of a suite of new forms - They are not revisions.

The JCT conditions and the Scottish Building Contracts are now incorporated into one document, a significant step for the building industry in Scotland and one that is long overdue. This is the equivalent "Minor Works" Scottish Form - presented in a new integrated format and with relevant revisions to reflect Scots law and practice.

Order Code: 139771

 

SBCC 2005 Design and Build Contract Guide for use in Scotland

SBCC- Scottish Building Contracts Committee
2006

This Guide is intended to provide a general introduction to the contract and is not a substitute for professional advice.

Order Code: 145021

 

SBCC 2005 Design and Build Contract for use in Scotland

SBCC- Scottish Building Contracts Committee
2006

Appropriate :
where detailed contract provisions are necessary and the Employer's Requirements have been prepared and provided to the Contractor;

where the Contractor is not only to carry out and complete the works, but also to complete the design; and

where the Employer employs an agent (who may be an external consultant or employee) to administer the conditions.

Can be used where the works are to be carried out in sections, and, by both private and local authority employers.

Where the Contractor is restricted to design small discrete parts of the works and not made responsible for completing the design for the whole works, consideration should be given to using one of the JCT contracts that provide for such limited design input by the Contractor and the employment of a Contract Administrator.

Order Code: 145020

 

SBC05 Project Pack

Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)
June 2006

Suitable for use with JCT 05 Standard form of Building Contract SBC 05. With Quants (SBC /Q), Without Quants (SBC /XQ) and With Approx Quants (SBC /AQ).

The new RIBA Contract Administration Forms ‘Project Packs’ are a completely up-to-date set of forms specifically produced for use with the 2005 editions of the JCT forms
of contract.

Replacing the old system of publishing the forms in individual pads, the forms are now contained within three separate ‘Project Packs’.

Each project pack contains a comprehensive selection and sufficient quantity of forms needed to administer a project under the contract in question. The new project packs can therefore be easily charged to the job they are being used for, making both project and general office administration easier.

The project packs contain the forms in the quantities listed below. Interim Certificate, Statement of Retention and Certificate of Progress Payment forms are included in the packs and are also available in separate top-up pads.

- Interim Certificate 12 copies;
- Statement of Retention 12 copies;
- Section Completion Certificate 8 copies;
- Statement of Partial Possession 2 copies;
- Notification of Revision to Completion Date 8 copies;- Non-Completion Certificate 8 copies;
- Practical Completion Certificate 2 copies;
- Certificate of Making Good 8 copies
- Final Certificate 2 copies.
The frequently used forms – Architect’s Instructions, Contract Administrator’s Instructions and Instruction Continuations – are not included in the Packs and are available separately in pads of a hundred.

Order Code: 140099

 

MW05 Project Pack- for use with the MW05 Intermediate Building Contract and MWD 05 incorporating contractor's design

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
June 2006

Includes the following forms: Certificate of Progress Payment, 6 copies, Notification of Extension of Time 4 copies, Non-Completion Certificate 4 copies, Practical Completion Certificate 2 copies, Certificate of Making Good 2 copies, Final Certificate 2 copies.

Order Code: 141036

 

RIBA Domestic Project Pack

Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)
February 2006

The RIBA Domestic Project Pack is a form of agreement which has been specifically designed to be used between the architect and the client where the commission is for work to the client’s home; be it an alteration, small or large extension, or a new build. It provides guidance for both the architect and the client, defining the responsibilities of both parties and also serves as a formal agreement between the architect and the client.

The Pack itself consists of two sets of colour coded documents, one for the architect and the other for the client. Whilst certain documents will be unique to the architect, such as the ‘Model Letter’ and ‘Notes for Architects’, others such as the guide ‘Using an architect for your home’ are designed to be given to the client in order for them to understand the tasks ahead, the benefits of using an architect and what an architect can be expected to do and charge.

The Pack may be used in one of two ways. Firstly, where both sets of documents comprising the ‘Conditions of Appointment’ and the ‘Schedule of Architect’s Services’, together with a letter of appointment, are completed and forwarded to the client for signature, the architects set then being returned.

Alternatively, the client's copy of the ‘Conditions of Appointment’ and the ‘Schedule of Architect’s Services’, together with a letter of appointment, can be sent in the folder to the client in advance for consideration, where at a meeting to follow between the client and the architect the documents can be discussed further and signed.

Also available as a pack of 10.

Order Code: 141083

 

JCT Constructing Excellence Contract pack

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
December 2006

Appropriate for the procurement of construction works and construction related services;

For use throughout the supply chain including the provision of professional services;

For use where participants wish to engender collaborative and integrative working;

For use in partnering.

Can be used:
Whether or not the supplier is to design;

Where the works are to be carried out in sections for Target Cost or Lump Sum.

Pack contains:
JCT/ Constructing Excellence contract (CE);
JCT/ Constructing Excellence Project Team Agreement (CE/P);
JCT/ Constructing Excellence Guide (CE/G).

Order Code: 141075

 

JCT 2005 SubSub- Sub Subcontract

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
July 2005

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is a JCT contract; and:

Can be used:
with any sub contract
Where the sub subcontract works and/or sub contract works are to be carried out in sections
For sub subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted sub contract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement.

Not suitable:
Where the subcontract works are of a complex technical nature;

Where provisions which are fully back to back with the main contract are required.

Order Code: 129969

 

JCT 2005 ShortSub- Short Form of Subcontract

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
July 2005

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is a JCT contract; and:

For a small subcontract package of work or one that is of straightforward content with low risk involved.

Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections;

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement.

Not suitable:
Where the subcontract works are of a complex technical nature;

Where the Sub Contractor is to design any part of the sub contract works, even though the other criteria are met;

Where provisions which are fully back to back with the main contract are required.

Order Code: 129968

 

JCT 2005 SCWa/P&T- Subcontractor Collateral Warranty for a Purchaser or Tenant

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
November 2005

Appropriate:
Where the Subcontractor is to give a warranty to a Purchaser or Tenant in respect of building works and the contract for the building works is the Standard Building Contract, Intermediate Building Contract or Design and Build Contract;

For use in respect of the whole works or part of them

Order Code: 129973

 

JCT 2005 SCWa/F- Subcontractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
November 2005

Appropriate:
Where the Subcontractor is to give a warranty to a company providing finance for a building project and the contract for the main contract building works is the Standard Building Contract, Intermediate Building Contract or Design and Build Contract.

Order Code: 129972

 

JCT 2005 SCWa/E- Subcontractor Collateral Warranty for Employer

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
November 2005

Can be used together with:
Standard Building Subcontract, Design and Build Subcontract, Intermediate Subcontract.

Order Code: 129974

 

JCT 2005 SBCSub/G- Standard Building Subcontract Guide

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
October 2005

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

Order Code: 129912

 

JCT 2005 SBCSub/D/C- Standard Building Subcontract with Subcontractor's Design Conditions

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) August 2005

Appropriate:

For use where the main contract is the Standard Building Contract (with quantities, without quantities or with approximate quantities);

Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the main contract works (contractor's designed portion); and:

The Subcontractor is to design all or part of the subcontract works (subcontractor's designed portion).

Can be used:

Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections;

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement.

Not suitable;

Where no subcontractor's design is involved consider the Standard Building Subcontract (SBSSub/A and SBSSub/C).

Order Code: 129909

 

JCT 2005 SBCSub/D/A- Standard Building Subcontract with Subcontractor's Design Agreement

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) September 2005

Appropriate:

For use where the main contract is the Standard Building Contract (with quantities, without quantities or with approximate quantities);

Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the main contract works (contractor's designed portion); and:

The Subcontractor is to design all or part of the subcontract works (subcontractor's designed portion).

Can be used:

Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections;

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement.

Not suitable;

Where no subcontractor's design is involved consider the Standard Building Subcontract (SBCSub/A and SBCSub/C).

Order Code: 129908

 

JCT 2005 SBCSub/C- Standard Building Subcontract Conditions

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) October 2005

Appropriate:

For use where the main contract is the Standard Building Contract (with quantities, without quantities or with approximate quantities);

For subcontract works where the Subcontractor is not required to design.

Can be used:

Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections;

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement.

Not suitable;

Where the Subcontractor is to design any part of the subcontract works, even though the other criteria are met consider the Standard Building Subcontract with subcontractor's design (SBCSub/D/A and SBCSub/D/C).

ISBN
9780418823507

Order Code: 129911

 

JCT 2005 SBCSub/A- Standard Building Subcontract Agreement

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) September 2005

Appropriate:

For use where the main contract is the Standard Building Contract (with quantities, without quantities or with approximate quantities);

For subcontract works where the Subcontractor is not required to design.

Can be used:

Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections;

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement.

Not suitable;

Where the Subcontractor is to design any part of the subcontract works, even though the other criteria are met consider the Standard Building Subcontract with subcontractor's design (SBCSub/D/A and SBCSub/D/C).

Order Code: 129910

 

JCT 2005 SBC/XQ- Standard Building Contract Without Quantities

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) July 2005

Appropriate:

For larger works designed and/or detailed by, or on behalf of the Employer, where detailed contract provisions are necessary and the employer is to provide the Contractor with drawings, and with either a specification or work schedules to define adequately the scope and quality of the work and where the degree of complexity is not such as to require bills of quantities; and:

Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions.

Can be used:

Where the Contractor is to design discreet part(s) of the works (contractor's designed portion):

Where the works are to be carried out in sections;

By both private and local authority employers.

ISBN
9780418823309

Order Code: 129906

 

JCT 2005 SBC/Q- Standard Building Contract With Quantities

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) July 2005

Appropriate for:

Larger works designed and/or detailed by, or on behalf of, the Employer, where detailed contract provisions are necessary and the Employer is to provide the Contractor with drawings, and with bills of quantities to define the quantity and quality of the work;

Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions;

Can be used:

Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the works (contractor's designed portion);

Where the works are to be carried out in sections by both private and local authority employers.

ISBN
9780418823200

Order Code: 129904

 

JCT 2005 SBC/G- Standard Building Contract Guide

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
July 2005

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it

Order Code: 129907

 

JCT 2005 SBC/AQ- Standard Building Contract With Approximate Quantities

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) July 2005

Appropriate:

For larger works designed and/or detailed by, or on behalf of, the Employer, where detailed contract provisions are necessary and the Employer is to provide the Contractor with drawings, and with approximate bills of quantities to define the quantity and quality of the work which are to be subject to re measurement, as there is insufficient time to prepare the detailed drawings necessary for accurate bills of quantities to be produced and;

Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions.

Can be used:

Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the works (contractor's designed portion);

Where the works are to be carried out in sections;

By both private and local authority employers.

ISBN
9780418829509

Order Code: 129905

 

JCT 2005 Repair and Maintenance Contract (RM)

Appropriate:

Where the work involves the repair and maintenance of a building; and where no independent contract administrator is to be appointed.

Can be used:

By both private and local authority employers.

Not suitable:

For periodic repair or maintenance over a fixed term or the regular maintenance of plant etc. consider the Measured Term Contract (MTC);

For work on a dwelling by a residential occupier consider the Building contract for a home owner/occupier who has not appointed a consultant to oversee the work (HO/B) or the Building contract and consultancy agreement for a home owner/occupier (HO/C), or if the work is of a very minor nature the Home Repair and Maintenance Contract (HO/RM).

Order Code: 140135

 

JCT 2005 Prime Cost Building Contract Guide (PCC/G) 2007

Publication Date to be Confirmed

Order Code: 145013

 

JCT 2005 PCC- Prime Cost Building Contract

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) December 2005

Appropriate:

For projects requiring an early start on site, where the works are designed by or on behalf of the Employer but where it is not possible to prepare full design information before the works commence;
Where detailed contract provisions are necessary and the Employer is to provide a specification describing and showing the items of works; drawings may also be provided; and:

Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions.

The work proceeds on the basis of a brief specification and an estimate of its cost. The Contractor is paid his reasonable costs plus either a percentage of the cost or a lump sum as a fee.

Can be used:

Where the works are to be carried out in section;

By both private and local authority employers.

ISBN
9780418829202

Order Code: 129960

 

JCT 2005 MWD- Minor Works Building Contract With Contractor's Design

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) June 2005

Appropriate:

Where the work involved is simple in character;

Where the work is designed and/the requirements for the contractor's design of discrete part(s) are detailed by or on behalf of the Employer, and where the Contractor is required to design those part(s) of the work (Contractor's Designed Portion);

Where the Employer is to provide drawings and/or a specification and/or work schedules to define adequately the quantity and quality of the work; and:

Where a Contract Administrator is to administer the conditions.

Can be used:

By both private and local authority employers.

Not suitable:

As a design and build contract;

Where bills of quantities are required;

Where provisions are required to govern work carried out by named specialists;

ISBN
9780418829004

Order Code: 129924

 

JCT 2005 MW- Minor Works Building Contract incorporating amendment 1

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) May 2005

Appropriate:

Where the work involved is simple in character;

Where the work is designed by or on behalf of the Employer;

Where the Employer is to provide drawings and/or a specification and/or work schedules to define adequately the quantity and quality of the work; and:

Where a Contract Administrator is to administer the conditions.

Can be used:

By both private and local authority employers.

Not suitable:

Where bills of quantities are required;

Where provisions are required to govern work carried out by named specialists;

Where detailed control procedures are needed;

Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the works, even though all the other criteria are met consider Minor Works Building Contract With Contractor's Design (MWD).

ISBN
9780418828908

Order Code: 146335

 

JCT 2005 MW- Minor Works Building Contract

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) May 2005

Appropriate:

Where the work involved is simple in character;

Where the work is designed by or on behalf of the Employer;

Where the Employer is to provide drawings and/or a specification and/or work schedules to define adequately the quantity and quality of the work; and:

Where a Contract Administrator is to administer the conditions.

Can be used:

By both private and local authority employers.

Not suitable:

Where bills of quantities are required;

Where provisions are required to govern work carried out by named specialists;

Where detailed control procedures are needed;

Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the works, even though all the other criteria are met consider Minor Works Building Contract With Contractor's Design (MWD).

ISBN
9780418848609

Order Code: 129923

 

JCT 2005 MTC- Measured Term Contract Guide MTC/ G

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
2007

Appropriate:
By Employers who have a regular flow of maintenance and minor works, including improvements, to be carried out by a single contractor over a specified period of time and under a single contract;

Where the work is to be instructed from time to time and measured and: valued on the basis of an agreed schedule of rates; and:

Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions.

Order Code: 145014

 

JCT 2005 MTC- Measured Term Contract

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) September 2006

Appropriate:

By Employers who have a regular flow of maintenance and minor works, including improvements, to be carried out by a single contractor over a specified period of time and under a single contract;

Where the work is to be instructed from time to time and measured and: valued on the basis of an agreed schedule of rates; and:

Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions.

ISBN
9780418828809

Order Code: 129961

 

JCT 2005 MPSub- Major Project Subcontract

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) July 2005

Appropriate:

For use where the main contract is the Major Project Building Contract; and:

For subcontract works whether or not they include design by the Subcontractor.

Can be used:

Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in sections;

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement of the subcontract works.

ISBN
9780418828007

Order Code: 129932

 

JCT 2005 MPSub/G- Major Project Subcontract Guide

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
July 2005

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

Order Code: 129933

 

JCT 2005 MP- Major Project Construction Contract

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) July 2005

Appropriate:

For major projects where the Employer regularly procures large scale construction works and where the Contractor to be appointed is experienced and able to take greater risk than would arise under other JCT contracts;

Where the parties have their own detailed procedures and where limited procedures only need be set out in the contract conditions;

Where the Employer has prepared his requirements and provided these to the Contractor;

Where the Contractor is not only to carry out and complete the works, but also to complete the design; and:

The Employer employs a representative to exercise the powers and functions of the Employer under the Contract.

Can be used:

Where the works are to be carried out in sections.

ISBN
9780418827802

Order Code: 129930

 

JCT 2005 MP/G- Major Project Construction Contract Guide

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
July 2005

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

Order Code: 129931

 

JCT 2005 MCWK- Management Works Contract Tender & Agreement

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
Publication Date to be Confirmed

This pack consists of the following Contracts:
Management Works Contract Invitation to Tender (MCWK/IT)

Management Works Contract Tender (MCW/T)
Management Works Contract Agreement (MCWK/A)

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is the Management Building Contract: and:

For subcontract works whether or not they include design by the Works Contractor.
Can be used:

Where the subcontract works and/or project are to be carried out in sections.

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement of the subcontract works.

Order Code: 129957

 

JCT 2005 MCWK/E- Management Works Contractor/ Employer Agreement

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
Publication Date to be Confirmed

Appropriate:
For use between a Works Contractor and an Employer;

Where the Works Contractor has entered into a Management Works Contract under a Management Building Contract; and:

Where the Works Contractor is to carry out the design and execution of subcontract works.

Order Code: 129959

 

JCT 2005 MCWK/C- Management Works Contract Conditions

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
Publication Date to be Confirmed

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is the Management Building Contract; and:

For subcontract works whether or not they include design by the Works Contractor.

Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections.

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement of the subcontract works.

Order Code: 129958

 

JCT 2005 MC- Management Building Contract

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
Publication Date to be Confirmed

Appropriate:
For large scale projects requiring an early start on site, where the works are designed by or on behalf of the Employer but where it is not possible to prepare full design information before the works commence and where much of the detail design may be of a sophisticated or innovative nature requiring proprietary systems or components designed by specialists.

Where the Employer is to provide the Contractor with drawings and a specification; and:

Where a Management Contractor is to administer the conditions.

The Management Contractor does not carry out any construction work but manage the Contract for a fee. The Management Contractor employs Works Contractors to carry out the construction works.
Can be used:

Where the works are to be carried out in sections;

By both private and local authority employers.

Order Code: 129956

 

JCT 2005 ICSub/NAM- Intermediate Named Subcontract Tender and Agreement

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
January 2006

Appropriate:
For use where the main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract or Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design; and:

Where the Subcontractor is named to carry out subcontract works, whether or not they include design.

Can be used:
Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in sections;
For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.)

Not suitable:
Unless the Subcontractor is not named.
For any subcontract work that forms a part of the Contractor's Designed Portion.

Order Code: 146598

 

JCT 2005 ICSub/NAM/E- Intermediate Named Subcontract / Employer Agreement

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) January 2006

Appropriate:

For use between a Named Subcontractor and an Employer.

Where the main contract is or will be the Intermediate Building Contract or Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design; and:

Where the Subcontractor is to be named in the main contract or under its provisions to carry out the design and execution of subcontract works.

Not suitable:

For any subcontract works that forms a part of the Contractor's Designed Portion

Order Code: 129921

 

JCT 2005 ICSub/NAM/C- Intermediate Named Subcontract Conditions

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) January 2006

Appropriate:

Where the main contract is or will be the Intermediate Building Contract or Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design; and:

Where the Subcontractor is named to carry out subcontract works, whether or not they include design.

Can be used:

Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in sections;

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.)

Not suitable:

Unless the Subcontractor is not named;
For any subcontract work that forms a part of the Contractor's Designed Portion.

Order Code: 130209

 

JCT 2005 ICSub/G- Intermediate Subcontract Guide

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
April 2006

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

Order Code: 129922

 

JCT 2005 ICSub/D/C- Intermediate Subcontract With Subcontractor's Design Conditions

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) December 2005

Appropriate:

For use where the main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design; and:

Where the Subcontractor is to design all or part of the subcontract works (Subcontractor's Designed Portion).

Can be used:

Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in sections;

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement of the subcontract works.

Not suitable:

Where no Subcontractor's design is involved consider the Intermediate Subcontract (ICSub);

Where the Subcontractor is named in the main contract.

ISBN
9780418827505

Order Code: 129919

 

JCT 2005 ICSub/D/A- Intermediate Subcontract With Subcontractor's Design Agreement

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) December 2005

Appropriate:

For use where the main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design; and:

Where the Subcontractor is to design all or part of the subcontract works (Subcontractor's Designed Portion).

Can be used:

Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in sections;

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement of the subcontract works.

Not suitable:

Where no Subcontractor's design is involved consider the Intermediate Subcontract (ICSub);
Where the Subcontractor is named in the main contract.

ISBN
9780418827406

Order Code: 129918

 

JCT 2005 ICSub/C- Intermediate Subcontract Conditions

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) December 2005

Appropriate:

For use where the main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract; and:

For subcontract works where the Subcontractor is not required to design.

Can be used:

Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in section;

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement;

Where main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design if the Subcontractor is not required to design.

Not suitable:

Where the Contractor is to design any part of the subcontract works, even though the other criteria are met consider the consider Intermediate Subcontract with Subcontractor's Design (ICSub/D);

Where the Subcontractor is named in the main contract.

ISBN
9780418827307

Order Code: 129917

 

JCT 2005 ICSub/A- Intermediate Subcontract Agreement

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) December 2005

Appropriate:

For use where the main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract; and:

For subcontract works where the Subcontractor is not required to design.

Can be used:

Where the subcontract works and/ or main contract works are to be carried out in section;

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement;

Where main contract is the Intermediate Building Contract With Contractor's Design if the Subcontractor is not required to design.

Not suitable:

Where the Contractor is to design any part of the subcontract works, even though the other criteria are met consider the consider Intermediate Subcontract with Subcontractor's Design (ICSub/D);
Where the Subcontractor is named in the main contract.

ISBN
9780418827208

Order Code: 129916

 

JCT 2005 ICD- Intermediate Building Contract with Contractor's Design

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) June 2005

Appropriate:

Where the proposed building works are of simple content involving the normal, recognised basic trades and skills of the industry, without building service installations of a complex nature or other complex specialist work;

Where the works are designed and the requirements for the contractor's design of discrete part(s) are detailed by or on behalf of the Employer, and: where the Contractor is required to design those part(s) of the work (contractor's designed portion);

Where fairly detailed contract provisions are necessary and the Employer is to provide drawings and a specification, work schedules or bills of quantities to define adequately the quantity and quality of the work; and:

Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions.

This contract provides more detailed provisions and more extensive control procedures than the Minor Works Building Contract with Contractor's Design (MWD) but less detailed that the Standard Building Contract (SBC)

Can be used:

Where the works are to be carried out in sections;

By both private and local authority employers;

Where provisions are required to cover named specialists.

Not suitable:

As a design and build contract.

ISBN
9780418827109

Order Code: 129914

 

JCT 2005 IC- Intermediate Building Contract

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) - June 2005

Appropriate:

Where the proposed building works are of simple content involving the normal, recognised basic trades and skills of the industry, without building service installations of a complex nature or other complex specialist work;

Where the works are designed by or on behalf of the Employer, where fairly detailed contract provisions are necessary and the Employer is to provide the Contractor with Drawings and a specification, work schedules or bills of quantities to define adequately the quantity and quality of the work; and:

Where a Contract Administrator and Quantity Surveyor are to administer the conditions.

This contract provides more detailed provisions and more extensive control procedures than the Minor Works Building Contract (MW) but less detailed that the Standard Building Contract (SBC)

Can be used:

Where the works are to be carried out in sections;

By both private and local authority employers;

Where provisions are required to cover named specialists.

Not suitable:

Where the Contractor is to design discrete part(s) of the works, even though all the other criteria are met consider Intermediate Building Contract with Contractor's Design (ICD).

ISBN
9780418826904

Order Code: 129913

 

JCT 2005 IC/G- Intermediate Building Contract Guide

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
July 2005

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

Order Code: 129915

 

JCT 2005 HOC Pack- Building Contract for a Home Owner/Occupier Who Has Appointed a Consultant to Oversee the Work

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
July 2005
This pack contains:
Two copies of The Consultancy Agreement;
Two copies of The Building Contract;
Guidance notes printed on the inside of the folder;
An enquiry letter.

This is a consumer contract for use by a residential occupier, drafted in clear simple language to comply with The Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999. A construction contract with a residential occupier or someone who intends to occupy the dwelling as his/her residence is excluded from the provisions of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996; nevertheless this contract provides for adjudication in the event of a dispute between the home owner/ occupier and the contractor.

This building contract is published as part of the Building Contract and Consultancy Agreement for a home owner/ occupier and is designed for use with the consultancy agreement.

Appropriate:
For small domestic building work such as extensions and alterations;

Where the proposed works are to be carried out for an agreed lump sum;

Where detailed procedures are not required; and:
Where the home owner/occupier has appointed a consultant who will be administering the contract for the home owner/occupier.

Not suitable for use in Scotland. A separate version is published and issued.

Order Code: 129976

 

JCT 2005 HOB Building Contract for a Home Owner/Occupier who has not appointed a consultant to oversee the work

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
July 2005

This pack contains:
Two copies of the 8 page contract;
Guidance notes printed on the inside of the folder;
An enquiry letter.

This is a consumer contract for use by a residential occupier, drafted in clear simple language to comply with The Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999. A construction contract with a residential occupier or someone who intends to occupy the dwelling as his/her residence is excluded from the provisions of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996; nevertheless this contract provides for adjudication in the event of a dispute between the home owner/occupier and the contractor.

Appropriate:
For small domestic building work such as extensions and alterations;

Where the proposed works are to be carried out for an agreed lump sum; and:

Where no consultant acts on behalf of the home owner/occupier to administer the contract.
Not suitable for use in Scotland. A separate version is published and issued by the Scottish Building Contract Committee Limited (SBCC) for use in Scotland.

Order Code: 129975

 

JCT 2005 HG- Housing Grant Building Contract

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
Publication Date to be Confirmed

Appropriate for work to a domestic building:
Where the work involved is simple in character;
Where the work is designed and/or detailed by or on behalf of the Employer;

Where a grant is to be paid by a local authority in respect of that work under part 1 of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996;

Where the Employer is to provide drawings and/or a specification and/or works schedules to define adequately the quantity and quality of the work; and:

Where a Contract Administrator is to administer the conditions.

Not suitable:
Where the quantities are required;

Where provisions are required to govern work carried out by named specialists;

Where detailed control procedures are needed.

Order Code: 129962

 

JCT 2005 FA/N- Framework Agreement Non Binding

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) June 2005

Appropriate:

For the procurement of construction / engineering related works over a period of time;

For use by clients with contractors and/or suppliers;

For use by contractors, subcontractors and/or suppliers sub letting to others in the supply chain;

For use with most standard forms of construction and engineering contracts and subcontracts.

Where the parties do not wish to enter into a legally binding agreement but wish to create a collaborative working environment.

Can be used on a single project, but is not suitable if the parties wish to be legally bound consider the Framework Agreement (FA)

ISBN
9780418826508

Order Code: 129966

 

JCT 2005 FA/G- Framework Agreement Guide

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) June 2005

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

ISBN
9780418826409

Order Code: 129967

 

JCT 2005 FA- Framework Agreement

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
June 2005

Appropriate:
For the procurement of construction/engineering related works over a period of time;

For use by clients with contractors and/or suppliers;

For use by contractors, subcontractors and/or suppliers sub letting to others in the supply chain;

For use with most standard forms of construction and engineering contracts and subcontracts

Order Code: 129965

 

JCT 2005 DBSub/G- Design and Build Subcontract Guide

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
March 2006

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

Order Code: 129929

 

JCT 2005 DBSub/C- Design and Build Subcontract Conditions

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) September 2005

Appropriate:

For use with the Design and Build Contract; and:

For subcontract works whether or not they include design by the Subcontractor.
Can be used:

Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections;

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement of the subcontract works.

ISBN
9780418826003

Order Code: 129928

 

JCT 2005 DBSub/A- Design and Build Subcontract Agreement

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) August 2005

Appropriate:

For use with the Design and Build Contract; and:

For subcontract works whether or not they include design by the Subcontractor.
Can be used:

Where the subcontract works and/or main contract works are to be carried out in sections;

For subcontract works that are to be carried out on the basis of an adjusted subcontract sum (adjustment for variations etc.) or by complete re measurement of the subcontract works.

ISBN
9780418825907

Order Code: 129927

 

JCT 2005 DB/G- Design and Build Contract Guide

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
September 2005

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and specifying who should complete it.

Order Code: 129926

 

JCT 2005 DB- Design and Build Contract

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) July 2005

Appropriate:

Where detailed contract provisions are necessary and Employer's requirements have been prepared and provided to the Contractor;

Where the Contractor is not only to carry out and complete the works, but also to complete the design; and:

Where the Employer employs an agent (who may be an external consultant or employee) to administer the conditions.

Can be used:

Where the works are to be carried out in sections;

By both private and local authority employers.

Where the Contractor is restricted to design small discrete parts of the works and not made responsible for completing the design for the whole works, consideration should be given to using one of the JCT contracts that provide for such limited design input by the Contractor and the employment of a Contract Administrator.

ISBN
9780418825709

Order Code: 129925

 

JCT 2005 CWa/P&T- Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Purchaser or Tenant

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
November 2005

Appropriate:
Where the Contractor is to give a warranty to a Purchaser or Tenant in respect of building works and the contract for the building works is the Standard Building Contract, Intermediate Building Contract or Design and Build Contract;
For use in respect of the whole works or part of them.

Order Code: 129971

 

JCT 2005 CWa/F- Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
December 2005

Appropriate:
Where the Sub Contractor is to give a warranty to a company providing finance for a building project and the contract for the main contract building works is the Standard Building Contract, Intermediate Building Contract or Design and Build Contract.

Order Code: 129970

 

JCT 2005 CMWa/P&T- Construction Management Trade Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Purchaser or Tenant

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
Publication Date to be Announced

Appropriate:
Where the Trade Contractor is to give a warranty to a Purchaser or Tenant in respect of building works and the contract for the building works is the Construction Management Trade Contract.
For use in respect of the whole works or part of them.

Order Code: 129953

 

JCT 2005 CMWa/F- Construction Management Trade Contractor Collateral Warranty for a Funder

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
Publication Date to be Announced

Appropriate:
Where the Trade Contractor is to give a warranty to a company providing finance for a building project and the contract for the building works is the Construction Management Trade Contract.

Order Code: 129952

 

JCT 2005 CM/TC- Construction Management Trade Contract

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
Publication Date to be Announced

This Contract is to be entered into between the Client and the Trade Contractor in conjunction with the Construction Management Agreement (CM/A).

Appropriate:
Where the Client is to enter into direct separate trade contracts; and:
Where a Construction Manager appointed under the Client and Construction Management Agreement is to administer the conditions on behalf of the Client.

Can be used
Where the works are to be carried out in sections.

Order Code: 129937

 

JCT 2005 CM/G- Construction Management Guide

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
Publication Date to be Announced

An aid to completing the contract, advising on unfamiliar terms and: specifying who should complete it.

Order Code: 129954

 

JCT 2005 CM- Construction Management Tender

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) June 2007

This pack consists of the following documents:

Construction Management Invitation to Tender (CM/IT);

Construction Management Tender (CM/T)

ISBN
9780418825303

Order Code: 129951

 

JCT 2005 CM/A- Construction Management Agreement

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
Publication Date to be Confirmed

The main contract for the procurement path of construction management is the Construction Management Agreements (CM/A). This agreement is part of a suite of documentation for use where separate contractual responsibility for the management, design and the construction of the project is required.

Appropriate:
Where a Construction Manager is to manage the project on behalf of the Client; and:
Where the Client is to enter into direct separate trade contracts using the Construction Management Trade Contract (CM/TC) or a special Trade Contract.

Can be used
Where the works are to be carried out in sections.

Order Code: 129950

 

JCT 2005 Adj/N- Adjudication Agreement Named Adjudicator

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
July 2005

Appropriate:
Where the Adjudicator is named in a JCT contract/subcontract agreement for the purpose of adjudicating upon a dispute that may arise under that contract.

Order Code: 129964

 

JCT 2005 Adj- Adjudication Agreement

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
July 2005

Appropriate:
Where the Adjudicator is to be appointed in respect of a construction dispute that has arisen under a JCT contract/subcontract agreement.

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Order Code: 129963

 

IC05 Project Pack

For use with the IC05 Intermediate Building Contract and ICD 05 incorporating contractor's design

Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT)
June 2006

Includes the following forms: Interim Certificate 8 copies, Sectional Completion Certificate 6 copies, Statement of Partial Possession 2 copies, Notification of an extension of time 6 copies, Non-completion certificate 6 copies, Practical completion certificate 2 copies, Certificate of Making Good, 6 copies and Final Certificate 2 copies.

Order Code: 141035

 

CIC/ConsWa/P&T 2003 edition:

CIC/ConsWa/P&T: 2003 edition: Standard Form of Agreement for use where collateral Warranties are to be given by a consultant to a Purchaser or Tenant of a commercial or industrial development

Construction Industry Council (CIC)
July 2003

Standard forms of agreement for use where collateral warranties are to be given by a consultant to a funder or a purchaser or tenant of a commercial or industrial development.

This standard form of consultant collateral warranty update the existing standard form and takes account of recent changes in the law.

Order Code: 38516

 

CIC/ConsWa/F: 2003 edition

CIC/ConsWa/F: 2003 edition: Standard Form of Agreement for use where collateral Warranties are to be given by a consultant to a Funder of a commercial or industrial development
Construction Industry Council (CIC)
July 2003

Standard forms of agreement for use where collateral warranties are to be given by a consultant to a funder or a purchaser or tenant of the whole or part of a commercial or industrial development.

This standard form of consultant collateral warranty update the existing standard form and takes account of recent changes in the law.

Order Code: 38515