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Webinar | Co-operative contracting and GC21 (Edition 2), the new standard in construction contracts

with Stuart Wood

Wednesday 8 April 2020 | Online

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (AEST)

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Co-operative contracting and GC21 (Edition 2), the new standard in construction contracts

GC21 is widely used by government agencies, local government councils and increasingly by contractors in NSW and beyond, introducing approaches more innovative than the ubiquitous and aged Australian Standard forms.

Our lively presenter, Stuart Wood, has been involved with the development and implementation of GC21 since its inception in the early 2000s inception and has much to share.

Join us in learning about (or refreshing your knowledge of) the benefits of using the latest edition of GC21 - its structure, key features and the impressive range of tools available to support its use.

The presentation will assist legal practitioners, adjudicators, building industry consultants and contractors/subcontractors who may have encountered GC21 in their roles and would like to know more about it. The information provided will also help professionals advising clients on the selection of standard forms of contract, where to get GC21, how to use it and how to interpret it.

Register yourself and gain valuable CPD points.

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About the presenter

Stuart Wood
Procurement Consultant

Stuart holds credentials in civil engineering, business management, arbitration and mediation, and has over 40 years’ experience in the building and construction industry.

Stuart became a senior public servant responsible for implementation of the NSW Government’s construction related procurement legislation, policies and management systems. During this time, he provided leadership to NSW Government agencies and the construction industry for the development and implementation of GC21.

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