Construction Contracts Act 2002
The Construction Contracts Act (CCA) specifically exists to protect the construction supply chain. It was initially introduced to protect cashflow and provide an alternative dispute resolution process. More recently, the Act was updated to protect retention monies. The legislation applies to all construction contracts, so there is no contracting out.
While the legislation came into force on 1 April 2003, it remains a mystery to some.
This workshop provides an overview of the legislation, including more recent amendments regarding retentions.
The training has been updated to include a more interactive approach regarding Payment Schedules and Payment Claims.
With all construction contracts, the invoice follows the Payment Schedule. If you run a construction business or if you are a client to the construction industry, it is important to understand the difference between the Payment Claim, Payment Schedule, and the invoice.
- Key terms and definitions
- How to submit claims under the CCA
- How to issue Payment Schedules under the CCA
- The adjudication process
- CCA amendments
Who should attend:
- Project managers
- Quantity surveyors
- Construction clients
About the training provider:
Stuart Bailey is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor with over 20 years of experience in the construction industry.
Currently, he is the sole director of a professional quantity surveying practice that operates across the central North Island working with ports, airports and government agencies including Regional and District Councils. His primary area of work is assisting clients with project procurement planning and delivery as well as acting as engineer to contract.
Stuart has provided training with the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) on subjects such as procurement and tendering (typically held in Auckland or Wellington).
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