While the role of project manager is now well established in the construction industry, its scope is variable. This course covers scope definition, contract administration, and liability for other parties’ work, illustrated with example
A concise consideration of the role of the contract administrator, including duty of care and scope of services, the interaction between the contract administrator, contractor and building contract, areas of exposure to professional indemnity insurance claims against the contact administrator, a case example and ends with a checklist of risk management considerations.
There are insurance risks associated with engaging subconsultants. This module explains some of the risks and why you should avoid engaging subconsultants. However, the session also sets out some of the steps you can take to protect your practice if you do have to engage subconsultants.
This course lasts for one hour.