Methods of resolving construction disputes outside of court, such as mediation or arbitration.
The Association of Accredited Certifiers represents certifiers who ensure that buildings comply with regulations and codes. They promote high standards in building certification.
An industry body that promotes collaboration and engagement in the construction sector.
The Australian Institute of Project Management (AIPM) is Australia’s leading body and membership association for project professionals.
The Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (AIQS) is the peak body for built environment cost professionals in Australia.
A detailed list of all materials, labor, and other items required for a construction project, along with their quantities and prices.
Build to Rent refers to a real estate development strategy where properties, such as apartments or housing units, are constructed specifically for the purpose of renting them out to tenants, rather than selling them to individual buyers. This approach is increasingly popular in Australia, as it addresses the growing demand for rental housing and offers …
The national code in Australia that sets the technical requirements and standards for building design and construction.
A document issued by authorities indicating that the construction project complies with building codes and is suitable for occupancy. In the Australian building industry, the terms “Occupation Certificate” (OC) and “Certificate of Occupation” (CO) are often used interchangeably, but they typically refer to the same document. both the Occupation Certificate (OC) and Certificate of Occupation …
A designation awarded by the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (AIQS) to individuals who have met the rigorous educational, professional, and ethical standards set by the institute. CQS – AIQS professionals are recognized experts in quantity surveying and are qualified to provide specialized services related to cost estimation, financial management, and procurement within the construction …