Flooring contractors in UK may be one of many types of construction contractors you require for your project. But, before you go ahead and dive straight into the procurement process, now would be a good time to review your standard documentation.
In 2016, there were a number of changes with regards to procurement and the construction industry, and you will, hopefully, know about the alterations that were published in regards to a number of different forms. This is why it is so important to review your standard forms of contract if you haven’t already, as it is pivotal to use updated versions before hiring flooring contractors. At the top of your list of priorities should be the changes that were introduced by JCT. A prime example is DB16, which addresses issues such as updated Collateral Warranties, insurance provisions and payment provisions. It is also worth noting that the TPC has been updated. It is now referred to as the Term Alliance Contract. This is one option you have available to you for procuring maintenance or other works and services. Other options include the NHF Schedule of Rates contract and the JCT Measured Term Contract. You also need to make sure that you have updated your internal procurement rules so that processes and values are aligned to the Public Contracts Regulations 2015, and the new requirements of public procurement law need to be adhered to in regards to documents related to procuring work via an OJEU procurement process.
Once you have ensured that all of your standard documentation is up to date, you can begin the process of looking for the best flooring contractors in UK for your project. This is something we can assist with at Construction Link Limited. Head to our website, https://c-link.com, and you will see a number of projects for which you can register your interest in any flooring packages that suit your business.