The increasing complexity of construction and building projects in a competitive market place, and the clients desire for substantial reductions in delivery times, continues to place considerable pressure on project managers to deliver projects that meet and exceed specified requirements on time and within budget.
The acquisition and development of specialised tools and techniques for managing projects has therefore become strategically important for the effective performance of project managers and the survival and growth of organisations in the competitive marketplace. The AMCA's Project Management programs provide an introduction to the body of knowledge and techniques required for the successful delivery of projects.
This advice has been prepared by an Australian Legal Practitioner on behalf of AMCA. It is intended to identify the most common risk issues in particular contracts. However, the database is not and cannot be a comprehensive summary of every potential risk in the contracts identified. The commentary does not and cannot take into account specific risk issues which may arise on any given project or the circumstances of particular projects. Whilst every effort is made to maintain the currency of the database the contracts reviewed are frequently updated or amended by their proponents. Any use made of the commentary in this database is at the sole risk of the user. AMCA does not accept responsibility for the consequences of any action or omitted to be taken by any person, whether an AMCA member or otherwise, as a result of any matter contained within this database.