Published February 20, 1992
by John Wiley & Sons Inc .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
Sweet on Construction Industry Contracts: Major AIA Documents is the essential reference for every attorney representing owners, contractors, and architects. No other publication delivers this expert analysis of the AIA documents. Sweet on Construction Industry Contracts takes a uniquely practical approach, delivering in-depth analysis of both document interpretation and interaction between. Published by the American Bar Association, Forum on the Construction Industry, this resource is a straight-forward resource on contract provisions, understanding the construction "families" of documents within the industry, and alternatives (plenty of examples - there is always one to fit your situation) for the stickiest contract provisions 5/5(1). Construction Contracts, 2nd Edition, McGraw-Hill, Written in layman's terms, this all-you-need-to-know text focuses on the most important aspect of contract administration. It covers many legal issues related to construction law and provides essential background material about fundamentals. Examples of filled out documents help clarify the key points. : McGraw-Hill. THE Construction Contracts Book: How to Find Common Ground in Negotiating the Industry Form Contract Documents, Second Edition This invaluable resource offers a topic-by-topic comparison of the forms of agreements from the AIA, the EJCDC, and ConsensusDOCS.
Further, storage constraints, compatibility, and reliability issues together with confidentiality and the long-term nature of distributed ledgers pose additional problems. This work discusses what could be achieved in the construction industry by the adoption of intelligent contracts. The AGC (Association of General Contractors) publishes a series of standardized contracts similar to AIA’s. NAHB (National Association of Homebuilders) does not publish its own contracts, but sells a book of contract forms developed and used by its members, called Home Builder Contracts & Construction Management Forms. Dr P John Keane, PhD, MSc, FCIOB, FCIArb DipArb has 35 years’ experience in the construction industry and is currently principal of a private consultancy practice. Following training as a quantity surveyor, he graduated into construction and commercial management practice, subsequently holding executive directorships within contracting and professional consulting firms. Construction Books is a specialised online bookshop offering a comprehensive range of building contracts including JCT & NEC Contracts and a wide range of specialist books for Professionals & Contractors. With thousands of satisfied customers, fast delivery & daily price checking you can order from with complete confidence.
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