This topic is for all questions raised on our webinar “Overview of the JCT Design &Build Contract ”. If you haven’t already attended it, you can sign up here Webinar - Overview of the JCT Design and Build Contract | Built Intelligence
What’s it about?
The aim of this webinar is to provide an overview of the JCT Design and Build Contract 2016, highlighting the key features and contrast it with Standard Building Contract 2016.
By the end of this webinar you will be able to:
- Understand the basic features of DB16, as defined within the contract itself,
- Explain the key features included in DB16 briefly,
- Compare DB16 directly with SBC16 and
- Outline changes made to DB16 in the 2016 edition of the contract, and the reason for their existence.
Should you avoid confirming the CP meets the ER’s to avoid issues, just check pre contract?
@stevencevans What is the difference between employers agent and contract administrator?
Yes, it is always good practice to check pre-contract. The third Recital makes it a contractual obligation that the CP is checked by the Employer.
It’s the name of the person appointed by the Employer to manage the contract/project on the Employer’s behalf. Under JCT DB, that person is called the Employer’s Agent. Under other forms, like the JCT SBC, that person is called the Contract Administrator.