In terms of a construction contract, what exactly does a Contract Administrator do?
Put very simply, the Contract Administrator (CA) is the person or organisation who is appointed to oversee and manage the terms of a contract. Their duties and responsibilities will typically include the issuing of instructions, certificates and notices that are necessary for the smooth operation of the contract itself.
Most construction contracts involve two parties: the employer or client on one hand and the contractor on the other. Instead of having one party carry out the administration, the traditional approach has been to appoint an "independent" third party to carry out this role.
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