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QBCC Licensing

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Queensland’s building and construction sector is strictly regulated, and industry participants are required to comply with a broad range of measures.

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Queensland’s building and construction sector is strictly regulated, and industry participants are required to comply with a broad range of measures. This includes the requirement of holding a valid Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC) licence to carry out building work, unless falling within an exemption.


It is important for Councils to ensure licensing requirements are adhered to by contractors and Superintendents. This prevents unsatisfactory and potentially delayed work, as well as sets a leading example of legislative compliance for the wider community.

Who should attend?

Anyone interested!

Learning Outcomes 

At this interactive webinar we will cover:

  • licensing requirements for head contractors and how the ‘head contractor exemption’ works;

  • commonly encountered licensing issues on projects;

  • payment rights when a party does not hold the appropriate class of QBCC licence;

  • an update on Builder - Project Management licences and the role of Superintendents; and 

  • key licensing considerations for principals and contractors when undertaking projects.

Facilitator

McCullough Robertson Lawyers


Alex Power, Special Counsel


Alex specialises in construction claims dispute resolution. He acts for principals, contractors and superintendents. He provides advice for the duration of construction contracts including disputes arising regarding payment, time, or the scope or quality of work. Alex has 17 years experience in litigation and has acted in many Supreme Court proceedings for principal and contractor clients.

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