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19/03/20 – Webinar: Understanding the Many and Varied Roles of a Superintendent

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Acting as a superintendent on a construction project isn’t easy – requiring in-depth knowledge of often complex building contracts; an understanding of the ‘dual’ nature of the functions which are required to be performed; and strong skills in ‘people management’.

Join us as Architect and Expert Witness, Peter Quigley, draws on his experience in professional practice and his involvement in litigated claims to provide insights into the key functions performed by superintendents of building contracts to assist you in understanding and performing your contract administration role. Issues to be discussed include:

  ‘For Construction’ documentation
  Understanding your contractual obligations as a Superintendent
  Dealing with client changes during construction and instructing the Contractor
  Assessing progress claims/variations/extensions of time and issuing certificates
  Determining Practical Completion
  Defect Liability periods

Learning Objectives

Following completion of this webinar, you will have an improved understanding of the key functions performed by contract administrators. Further, you will have knowledge of the need for proficiency in understanding building contract terms , strong documentation and skilful people management when performing a contract administration role.

Units of Competency/Performance Criteria (as per the National Standard of Competency for Architects)

• Project Delivery: 8.1, 8.2, 8.3, 8.4, 8.5, 8.6, 8.7
• Practice Management: 9.2, 9.8, 9.9

  • Event Information:


    Thursday 19 March 2020


    12.30pm – 1.30pm (AEDT)


    General Admission: $80

    (Special prices for Planned Cover clients and informed mailing list using your discount code.)

    Discounted Group Bookings Also Available


    1 formal hour