26 November 2020 | Comment | Article by Matthew Stevens

VIDEO | 5 Things You Need To Know About JCT Design & Build

For Public sector - HJ Housing Week - 5 Things You Need To Know About The JCT Design & Build Contract

Hear from Matt Stevens and Jade Zelko in the Construction team at Hugh James, who discuss the top five things you need to know about the JCT Design & Build contract in this top tips video

The Joint Contracts Tribunal (JCT) Design and Build Contract 2016 is intended for construction projects where a main contractor is appointed to design and construct the project. When used correctly, this form of contract can deliver successful projects, but there are some potential pitfalls.

Matthew Stevens, Partner and Jade Zelko, Associate, in our Construction team have joined forces to bring you the key points you need to know, discussing how to get the basics right, the clauses you should understand and the lessons that can be learned from their considerable experience of this form of contract.

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