All too often in our industry, electrical contractors are struggling to get paid for their completed work. The updated Construction Contracts Act 2004 (the CCA) provides contractors with a quick and low-cost means of dispute resolution, for written or oral contracts, without having to go to court. The Act allows for the appointment of an independent adjudicator and sets strict time limits on the process so decisions get made quickly and payment is not held up.
Based on the success of the previous years’ seminars, NECA WA are delivering more free Security of Payment – Construction Contracts Act Awareness seminars in 2018.
“Good eye opener to understand the risk of contracts and possible dangers associated with signing without reading the contract adequately.”
“I thought it would be too hard to claim for the money we were owed but this process is fairly straight forward. Thanks for your help.”
“Excellent seminars, security of payment is a major KPI for our team.”
Any staff who are involved in the contract process – including project managers, contract administrators, programmers, supervisors, office managers and admin staff.
Game-changing improvements were made to the CCA in December 2016. Register for a free seminar to find out how the changes will affect you!
The Construction Contracts Act 2004 (as amended December 2016)
Lodging a claim for adjudication under the Act
Responding to a claim
For further information feel free to contact Jo Ogden, Project Manager, directly via email or on 6241 6100.
David Court, Contract Solutions International (CSI)
David has designed these seminars specifically for NECA members; providing practical advice, guidance and handout notes derived from his three decades of experience in
NECA (WA) Legal provides legal advice and assistance, including representation, to electrical contractors in a wide range of areas. NECA WA members have exclusive access to free generalist legal advice and assistance with debt collection as well as reduced rates for additional legal services such as preparation of Construction Contracts Act applications. Click here for further information about NECA Legal.