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Australian Standard Project Management Agreement

If you are considering an agreement that is not a traditional site manager, you do not think that this intention can be achieved simply by ticking the boxes in Part B of the schedule, in a way. If you don`t want a traditional building code, you need to edit or consult another form of documents. B, for example, an ICE agreement with a form of lump sum contract. The charge owed to the site manager must be indicated in Part C of the Schedule. The fee can be expressed as a lump sum, as a percentage of the value of the project, in terms of rates or combinations. In the case of a conventional contractor, the three boxes would be checked “as an agent.” The result would be that the site manager would deal with contractors and suppliers on behalf of the contractor and that he would have to assume his fiduciary duties to the client. AS 4916 is a form of construction management contract published by Standards Australia. (Learn more about construction management contracts.) Before you opt for the AS 4916, make sure it`s the right type of contract for your project. (If you`re not sure what type of contract is most appropriate for your project, click here for a guide.) Some contractors (or their project managers) seem to consider that by ticking all the boxes in Schedule, Part B, “not as an agent,” the result will be that the entire construction risk will be transferred to the site manager, while retaining all the “open book” benefits of a conventional construction management regime. AS 4916 was first published in 2002. It was developed by a committee made up of a number of industry stakeholders and is therefore a relatively balanced form of construction management agreement, provided it is used as originally planned. If you are a project manager or project manager who wants to implement a modified form of construction management contract, don`t assume that simply ticking the boxes in Part B of the schedule is enough to do the trick in a certain way.

This type of approach can cause the master to take a considerable amount of unnecessary and unwanted additional risks. Conversely, if the intention is not traditional or if it is a project management, and your intention is that the site manager assumes more of the risk that would normally be the case and, for the site manager, directly responsible for the completion of the work and the realization of the project: AS 4916 is a reasonably balanced contract when used for the intended use. , i.e. traditional construction management. The identification of the “services” in Schedule, Part B, must be careful. If you want to use AS 4916 as a traditional construction management agreement, the best approach is this: each set of contractual conditions contains in its Schedule schedule a space for inserting a sentence for liquidated damage. This is a true pre-assessment of the damage to the owner if the project is not completed before the approved completion date. After acceptance of the contract, the rate applies regardless of whether the actual damage is higher or lower than the preliminary estimate. Liquidated damage is always billed on calendar days. AS4902 offers a choice for project acquisition: first, when a traditional construction management agreement is provided, the choice between “agent” and “not as agent” should normally be defined.

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