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    6 signs your subcontract needs an urgent upgrade

      It’s out of date. Nobody understands it. Subcontractors object to it. It’s clunky to assemble. It’s been written for another jurisdiction. You have to pay licence fees whenever you use it.

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    5 common subcontracting mistakes

    Although contractors sign new subcontracts every day, there is a surprisingly big gap between those who do it well, and those who do not. Errors in subcontracting can waste time, cost money and expose...

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    5 ways your contracts could be losing you money

    Both AS 2124 and its successor AS 4000 are widely used forms of construction contract in Australia. Although they have many similarities, there are some significant differences.

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    9 ways to let your subcontracts more efficiently

    Despite subcontracts being at the heart of every contracting business, few companies (big or small) can claim to have truly efficient subcontracting processes.  As this article explains, even small im...

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    Introduction to AS 4902

    AS 4902, more formally known as AS 4902-2000 General Conditions of Contract for Design and Construct, is one of the most widely used forms of head contract for design and construct projects in Austral...

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    What does an ECI agreement cover?

    An ECI agreement is normally used where the principal wishes to divide the project into two phases: an ECI phase and a construction phase. This article summarises what you will typically find in an EC...

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