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A New fully revised Scaffolding Contract 2018 is now published.

The 2018 version includes amended Schedules of Rates tables taken from the NASC's recently updated guidance note CG11:17 Preparation of Schedules of Rates, and update references to TG20 Good Practice Guidance for Tube and Fitting Scaffolding. Written in a simple easy to understand format, the Scaffolding Contract is designed to take away the headache of what contract to use for scaffolding works.

It can be used for any scaffolding works whether on a small scale house extension or multi million pound multiple level contract.

It is set out as a form of contract for the erection, hire and dismantling of scaffolding, and is considered appropriate for use NASC members, also by members of the National Federation of Builders (NFB) and the Scottish Building Federation (SBF).

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The new 18th edition Requirements for Electrical Installation are now published, including updated Electricians On-Site Guide and Students Guides to the new Wring Regs.
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New CIJC Working Rule Agreement just published

The new August 2018 Working Rule Agreement details each craft within the construction industry, and incorporates the latest changes from the CIJC. It also includes the 2018 Pay Promulgation.

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Having an Extension, or Alterations to your house?
Get a Contract and peace of mind
Let’s face it; there are good and bad builders and customers alike.  JCT's Home Owner Contracts are designed specifically for people looking for the benefits and protection of a contract when appointing consultants, or contractors to carry out their building work.
 The advantage of using the JCT Home Owner Contract means that you get peace of mind in knowing that the obligations of all the parties you employ - contractors, architects, surveyors, etc. are clearly set out and defined. 
The contract is a simple four page document, written in plain English, plus it carries the "Crystal mark" for plain English, so it is easy to understand by all parties. You can’t argue with that!
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Do you have an interest in House Building, then this is the book for you, the latest edition of - The Construction of Houses.
The Construction of Houses is not only an essential read for students, surveyors, developers and planning professionals, but also the interested lay person considering their first building project.
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Introduction to Estimating for Construction
By Brian Greenhalgh
A great new, easy to read book introducing and explaining estimating within current construction methods and practice.
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WORKING ON FRAGILE ROOFS

Falls through fragile roofs and roof lights cause death and serious injury.

HSE has published a new leaflet Fragile roofs - safe working practices
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Great News - New CESMM4 Carbon and Price Book 2013 publishing end of November.

Pre-order now and Save 10% OFF List Price £160.00.

CESMM4 Carbon and Price Book has been compiled using the very latest update of the Civil Engineering Standard Method of Measurement (CESMM4). The Price Book incorporates the newest technologies without the limitations of the form of contract or the National Standards.

   CESMM4 updates are reflected throughout each section within the Price Book. Additionally the extent, depth and layout of vital information within the publication ensures that you can quickly and confidently achieve rapid responses to estimate requests, accurate replies to tender submissions and efficient contract administration. The continuation of embodied carbon values provides an important understanding of the carbon cost of your projects, allowing you to compile tenders with a genuinely competitive edge and realistically assess the carbon impact of your standard working practices.
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New RIBA Agreements for appointing Architects and Consultants

The RIBA Standard Agreement 2010 (2012 revision) for Architects and Consultants has been rigorously checked and readily tailored to the needs of specific projects, it presents a secure contract document for the appointment of architects and consultants.

Clients will also find that it helps them understand the professionals’ role and the responsibilities of each party to the Agreement.

The new 2012 Revisions include:
* Guide to RIBA Agreements
* RIBA Agreements Complete Set
* RIBA Standard Agreements (Architect/Consultant)
* RIBA Concise Agreements (Architect/Consultant)
* RIBA Sub-Consultant Agreement
* RIBA Domestic Project Agreement
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Want to know how to manage and use the NEC3 Contracts?

"Managing Reality" new 2nd edition is a series of books written by NEC experts well versed in using NEC3 in industry that explains how NEC3 can be used to optimum benefit in everyday environments. Ultimately, this suite of books forms the complete and authoritative guide to getting the most from NEC3 for your projects.

Book 1 -  Introduction to the engineering and construction contract
Book 2  - Procuring an engineering and construction contract
Book 3  - Managing the contract
Book 4 -  Managing change
Book 5  - Managing procedures
Set of 5 volumes at a Special Price
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