Practice Notes are intended as a guide for industry and government to support best practice.
Each practice note provides a principle-based strategy along with options to consider in response to identified challenges in the construction sector.
- Electronic tendering
- Early works packaging
- Interface risk management
- Cash neutrality in the mobilisation phase
- Achieving value through bid cost contribution
- Extension of time and variation entitlements
- Reducing procurement costs
- Collaborative Procurement - Early contractor involvement
Utilities Management and Risk Allocation
Action 2 in the NSW Government’s 10 Point Commitment to the Construction Sector is to adopt a partnership-based approach to risk allocation.
A key risk of all major infrastructure projects is utilities risk. The Construction Industry Leadership Forum has prepared two draft practice notes regarding utilities management and risk allocation.
These Practice Notes have been updated by the NSW Government Construction Leadership Group for the purposes of industry consultation.
We are seeking industry feedback on the attached Practice Notes:
- Improved knowledge and practices through ‘risk conversations’
- Managing unknown site conditions risks and utilities risks
As part of the consultation process, we encourage you to provide your feedback by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.