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Contract Administration Guide - to the REDAS Design and Build Conditions of Contract

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Format : eBook
No of Pages : 350
Country :Singapore
Published Date :2012
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Book Description

This book serves as an invaluable source of practical guidance to all users of the REDAS Design and Build Conditions of Contract, from developers to practitioners whatever their professional disciplines, construction lawyers and for both lecturers and students in construction, project management and contract administration.

 

Presented as an instructive reference, this book combines clause-by-clause legal commentaries, practice application and aspects of contract administration, coupled with process flowcharts. It also consist of a chapter focusing on a compendium of various administration forms to be issued by the Employer's Representative (who is entrusted with the responsibility of administering the contract in accordance with a protocol of procedures and timelines under the relevant clauses in the REDAS Design and Build Conditions of Contract).

 

Contract Administration Guide to the REDAS Design and Build Conditions of Contract is a must-have guide and an indispensable practical roadmap for all users of the REDAS Design and Build Conditions of Contract on the contract management and administration of this standard form.

 

Foreword by Wong Heang Fine, President of the Real Estate Developers' Association of Singapore
"The unique collaboration between Eugenie Lip and Christopher Chuah, a construction professional and a lawyer, backed by their wealth of combined practical knowledge and experience distilled into the book makes it an invaluable and instructive resource."

 

Foreword by Quentin Loh, Judge of the Supreme Court of Singapore
"The authors must be congratulated in putting together a useful and practical guide for this important standard form. That they have done so is no surprise as both of them are very well known and respected practitioners in the building and construction industry. It is obvious their experience, expertise and deep knowledge of the industry has gone into the writing of this textbook and I am sure it will be a boon and a continued reference to all those involved in this complex segment of the industry."

 

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Table of Contents

 

Chapter 1 Articles of Agreement
Chapter 2 Conditions of Contract: Commentaries and Process Flowcharts
Chapter 3 Administration Forms
Chapter 4 Appendices to the Conditions

 

About the Author(s)

 

Eugenie Lip

 

Eugenie Lip is a Director with KPK Quantity Surveyors (Singapore) Pte Ltd and heads the KPK Contracts Support Group. She is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor and holds a Bachelor of Science (First Class Honours), and also a Masters degree in Construction Law and Arbitration from King's College, London.

 

Eugenie is a Fellow of and Panel Member Arbitrator with the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators, a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and the Quantity Surveyors International and a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Singapore Institute of Surveyors and Valuers, Chartered Institute of Building, Society of Project Managers and the Chartered Quality Institute. She is also a member of the Panel of Arbitrators with the Singapore International Arbitration Centre and the Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration.

 

Christopher Chuah

 

Christopher Chuah is Head of the Infrastructure, Construction & Engineering Practice and a Partner in the China Practice at WongPartnership LLP Christopher graduated from the London School of Economics and is admitted to the English Bar and to the Singapore Bar. He also holds a Diploma in Surveying (Distinction) from the College of Estate Management, Reading, United Kingdom. He is a Fellow of the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators, the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators as well as the Chartered Institute of Building.

 

He has been appointed to the Singapore International Arbitration Centre as well as Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration's Panel of Arbitrators. Christopher is an accredited adjudicator under the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act (Cap 30B) and was part of the first group of such appointments. He is a member of the Construction Adjudicator Accreditation Committee which was formed by the Singapore Mediation Centre to assist with the training and accreditation of adjudicators.