NEXT FRIDAY IN KWAZULU-NATAL: JBCC NOMINATED/SELECTED SUB-CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT WORKSHOP
A JBCC nominated/selected sub-contractor agreement workshop will be presented at the ECA(SA)’s KwaZulu-Natal regional office on 29 September. Presented by Roelf Nel, practising attorney and author of a number of contractual articles in the ECA’s magazine, SA Electrical Contractor, the workshop will cover important provisions in the Minor Works Agreement (MWA) and the Nominated/Selected Sub-contractor Agreement (N/S). Delegates will gain an understanding of the overall structure of the BCC suite of documents. This informative workshop will bring clarity to a number of issues faced by electrical contractors, including:
- Different types of sub-contractors recognised by JBCC;
- Main obligations of the parties to the contract;
- Remedies given to the main contractor when sub-contractors delay or breach;
- Design responsibility;
- Programming the work of sub-contractors under the JBCC;
- Contractors’ instructions;
- Stages of completion with particular focus on interim completion;
- Damages for non-performance vs penalties; and
- Termination of sub-contract agreement.
There are limited seats available for this workshop and early booking is advised.
Registration fee (includes 15% VAT)
ECA(SA) members: R2 400.00
Non-members: R 2700.00
Accredited CPD certificate: R300.00
About the presenter
Roelf Nel regularly presents CPD-accredited JBCC workshops and talk to all stakeholders within the building industry. He is a practising attorney and managing director of Roelf Nel Incorporated, a firm of infrastructure project attorneys. He regularly presents workshops for the Pretoria Institute for Architecture (PIA); the Gauteng Institute for Architecture (GIFA), the Free State Institute for Architecture (FSIA), the KwaZulu-Natal Institute for Architecture (KZNIA), Master Builders’ (SA) North (MBSANorth), and the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
He is a RICS-accredited civil commercial mediator and a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (MCIArb). He serves as a mediator on the RICS President’s Panel Of Mediators and the South African Institute of Civil Engineers (SAICE) President’s Panel Of Mediators.