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Contract Administration Course - Part 3: Introduction to FIDIC

This article is a part of the contract administration course. In part 1, we covered the definition of an agreement and a contract, the primary elements of a contract and the types and parties to construction contracts. In this part 2, we covered the basics of the different types of procurement, the tendering process and…

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Contract Administration Course - Part 2: Tendering

This article is a part of the contract administration course. In part 1, we covered the definition of an agreement and a contract, the primary elements of a contract and the types and parties to construction contracts. In this part 2, we shall discuss project tendering process. This marks the end of the second part of…

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Contract Administration Course - Part 1: Contracts

This article is a part of the contract administration course. Contract administration is a vital component of construction project management. It is very important that all contractual requirements for a construction project are met, during all phases of the contract. A contract administrator's role typically includes a wide range of roles such as: Most standard construction contracts…

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FIDIC 99 Rainbow Contracts Suite: Choosing the Right FIDIC

According to Wikipedia, FIDIC is defined as: The International Federation of Consulting Engineers (commonly known as FIDIC, acronym for its French name Fédération Internationale Des Ingénieurs-Conseils) is an international standards organization for the consulting engineering & construction best known for the FIDIC family of contract templates. The fact that the organisation has a French title…

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How To Write a Better CV - Top 8 Tips

CV stands for curriculum vitae, which is Latin for 'the course of your life'. The CV, or the resume as the Americans name it, is the marketing document that you market your skills and get your self an interview with. Given that a a job vacancy is usually competed for by more that 200 applicants on average, writing…

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