The “Blank” agreement is available for unpublished disciplines. A recent and historical edition of the agreements, at reduced costs only for reference purposes, is also available. A combined matrix of services by discipline and level is also available, as well as combined suites of all reference documents. Agreements for architects, surveyors, electricity, mechanical engineering, wet, structural and civil engineers include Principal Consultant and Principal Agent as separate services and services. There is no need to sign a separate senior agent agreement for these disciplines. On-demand contracts have an exclusive agreement to facilitate PROCSA workshops® by selected PROCSA components. Workshops and webinars are held regularly to practice the use of PROCSA® agreements, its content and its application. The webinars have three two-hour sessions and are available online to all parties who wish to ensure that they are well trained in the use of documents for effective implementation. The webinar moderators are members of the PROCSA committee® and are well experienced in implementing the agreements. This will ensure that user advice is appropriate for the context in which they wish to use the agreements. After almost 2 years of consultation with various role players, PROCSA® has published edition 4.0 from October 2017. The focus was on the terms and conditions for compensation, transfer, termination and dispute resolution.
Different definitions have been removed, added or changed. Clauses relating to the duration of the contract, the obligations of clients and consultants, the limitation of liability, payment, the adjustment of fees and payments have changed for the better. Click here to learn more about training workshops and webinars – Architect – Static – Electrical Engineer – Fire Engineer – Landscape Engineer – Civil Engineer – Project Controller – Project Manager – Mechanical Engineer – Wet Services Engineer – Health Construction – Safety – Development Manager – Principal Agent (only) – Interior Architect – Empty Participants accepted procsa® workshops/webinars as an accredited CPD learning process for their registered members and award them corresponding CPD points. Accreditation is a Category A/Basic Category 1 accreditation and in all cases corresponds to a full day of learning. PROCSA® agreements are available on the following online platforms, so users have the option to use one or the other. Click here to learn more about changes made to previous editions. ProcSA®`s editorial board has broken down the role and functions of the development manager for all stages, including Stage 0, in defining the development manager.