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Contract Administration

This course will teach you the basics of contractual requirements, best practice, monitoring progress and provide guidance on post-contract administration.

Tue 30 Oct 2018 - Wed 31 Oct 2018
06:30 PM - 09:30 PM
Room 3707-09, Hopewell Centre, 183 Queen's Road East, Wanchai, Hong Kong
6 hours CPD


As anyone involved in construction projects will know, it is essential that accurate records are kept. To provide construction professionals with the skills to do this, this course will provide a practical insight into current best practice on construction and engineering contracts. At the end of the day, you will be able to:

  • Assess the responsibilities for record keeping.
  • Prepare registers and records for correspondence, drawings, variations, resources on site.
  • Analyse and interpret the variation process from inception to valuation.
  • Recognise bad practice and demonstrate good practice.
  • Complete a practical example on documentation.

Meet the trainer:

Ir Professor George Chi-Wai Cheng MRICS, Chartered Quantity Surveyor

Ir Cheng is a has over 30 years' experience in project and development management, design management, construction management and engineering, cost estimating and contract administration. He is skilled in managing multi-discipline, multi-cultural teams through various contractual routes, including D&C, BOT, and partnering.

Ir Cheng is an accomplished negotiator, successful team builder, problem-solver, and is highly client focused. He is the Chairman and Assessor of RICS-APC Final Assessment in QS & Construction, Project Management Pathway and the Examiner of Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyor (Commercial Management discipline).

Course content

  • Contractual requirements for record (provision by the employer and contractor’s obligations).
  • Best practice (drawing registers and about records).
  • Progress (monitoring progress and requests for information).
  • Practical application (the variation process from beginning to end, and self- and peer-assessment).


  • RICS professional HK$3500
  • Non-RICS profssional HK$4000
  • Visa

  • Mastercard