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                    HOW EFFECTIVE IS THE SOURCING OF BUILDING PRODUCT INFORMATION IN THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA?
                    Tinus Maritz1, Dr. Carl Klopper and Dr. Thys Siglé
                    Department of Construction Economics, University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa
                    ABSTRACT
                    The growing use of modern communications is bound to result in substantial changes in the way the world does business, and more specifically in the context of this article, in the increasing use of electronic exchange of construction information between different members of the project team, and with product manufacturers and suppliers. These changes are brought about by the availability of fast, powerful and relatively cheap computers; fast and relatively cheap telecommunication methods, and the rise of global electronic networks, particularly the Internet. These technologies are driving the envisaged rapid growth of electronic commerce. In the next few years, e-commerce will impact in some way or another on businesses, if it has not already done so

                    THE NEED FOR A STANDARDISED TECHNIQUE FOR TENDER EVALUATION IN SOUTH AFRICA
                    Fanie Buys, MSc (QS), Senior Lecturer, Department of Quantity Surveying, UPE and

                    Grant Puttergill, BSc Hons (QS) graduate (2001), UPE
                    Introduction
                    Some contractor selection methods currently in existence are criticised as incomplete and biased, and lacking consideration in terms of the contractor’s ability to achieve simultaneously, time, cost, quality and safety standards.

                     

                    THE CUTTING EDGE IN PM
                    Trials and tribulation: the New Engineering Contract (NEC) in practice

                    John Mclure

                     

                    BUILD-OPERATE-TRANSFER-THE WAY FORWARD
                    By Ian McKechnie
                    This article focuses on the Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) concession-type project model.

                     

                     

                     

                    GENERAL CONTRACTING VS CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
                    By Steve Saucerman
                    This article discusses the differences between the titles General Contractor (GC) and Construction Management (CM)

                     

                    What Does The Law Say?

                    In this series of contract law articles we look at how the courts resolved some difficult disputes.

                    We are grateful to Tiefenthaler Construction for supplying these articles for publication.

                    Case I

                    Buzzard Electrical (Pty) Ltd v 158 Jan Smuts Avenue
                    Investments (Pty) Ltd and other 1996 (4) SA 19 (A)

                    Does a subcontractor have a claim for enrichment against the employer for work done in those instances where a subcontractor has not received payment from the main contractor because of the main contractor’s insolvency? What does the law say?

                    CASE II

                    Andy's Electrical v Laurie Sykes (Pty) Ltd
                    1979 (3) SA 341 (N)

                    Contractors are sometimes handed a reduced payment amount for works executed, such payment being issued under the term “full and final settlement of your account”. What are the consequences if the contractor accepts such payment? 

                     

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