Master Builders South Africa has developed a range of useful models for a variety of applications. The use of Master Builders South Africa contract documents is not limited to members of the Master Builders Associations and the documents are available to the public. Users of contract documents are informed that, although changes and changes are sometimes made to standard agreements, these changes are not recommended. Where changes or amendments are necessary, they should be included in the relevant clauses of the agreement and carefully considered by all parties, including the impact of the amendments or amendments on the remainder of the agreement. The following types of standard contracts for use in different types of construction projects are available in all Master Builders associations. Note that this will include a standard subcontract in accordance with the basic general requirements of offers in South Africa. For all “custom clauses” or additional information that needs to be addressed, we will quote you in addition. (2) Leverage Risk Instead of taking 100 new employees on your payroll, you can pay a subcontractor for the job as it is done. They are usually run by motivated entrepreneurs who will make the most of their time – which could save you a lot of money. There are pros and cons to the use of standard form construction contracts.
In South Africa, there are several typical construction contracts developed by the JBCC, Master Builders South Africa and other industry associations. Below is a summary of the benefits of using standard form construction contracts in each construction project that includes: (1) Focus If you want to execute a large tender/contract in South Africa, there are so many areas that need to be managed daily. It is best for you to focus your energy on project management/management and leave the job less complicated for subcontractors. To advise you on the corresponding standard construction contract for each project and whether a contractor is a member of an association affiliated with Master Builders South Africa, please contact the local Master Builders Association. Our in-house lawyer, Tsitsi Kinnear, has more than 6 years of experience in subcontracting. She also holds a law degree from the University of South Africa.