Procurement Routes

You’re a Developer with a secured site in South West London. The scheme is a new-build residential development formed of 25 apartments varying in size from 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms with a mid-level specification.

You’ve just secured planning and now you want to move from Architectural design to the site works.

You haven’t decided on the final procurement route for the project and you need advice regards to what the pros and cons are in terms of to whom you give Design Responsibility.

We put together this scenario to Jason Farnell, Adjudicator and CEDR Accredited Mediator from Commercial Risk Management.

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What’s in this book?

  • Would it be better for us to adopt the Traditional Approach or is Design and Build a better way forward?

  • Is the JCT suite of contracts better to choose as a standard form of contract on this project rather than NEC?

  • If we decide to acts as a Main Contractor ourselves and employ the 3 or 4 key subcontractors directly, what are the main considerations for us contractually?

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