Contractor’s initials_________________. ABIC SW For definitions, see pages 55 & Page i. Simple Works Contract. Schedules. 1. Schedule 1. Description. Architect-administered standard contract for housing and commercial work, for small to medium sized projects. As a guide the ABIC SW- Contractors’ Forms – Simple Works Contract. No. Title. SW Request for information/instruction/notice. SW Notice of Intention to Claim. SW Details of.

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They are intended for use in building projects where an architect administers the contract. ABIC contracts are designed to make contract administration clear and less prone to dispute or time-consuming negotiation. ABIC contracts bring certainty to the process, requiring timely presentation and resolution of claims. They have been extensively refined and field-tested and feature:. There are different contracts simlpe each state and territory for various types of projects.

Selecting the right building contract can be critical to the success of a project.

ABIC SW H WA Simple Works Contract Reference Copy – Master Builders WA

The contract should be selected to suit each individual project, taking account of its complexity, value and any specific project issues or requirements. The SW contract is intended for simpler projects than MW. Although the differences are numerous, notable differences are that SW does not simplee for the following:. Compared to the SW contract intended for simpler projects, it provides for the following xbic issues:.

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