Developer Construct Agreements
Developer Construct Agreements are the standard agreement entered into between us, a Consultant and a Developer for a development project requiring the extension of water and sewerage services.
An Developer Construct Agreement is also required between us, a Consultant and Local Government or other Regulatory Authority for works other than development projects that require alterations to existing sewerage and water infrastructure that may be required because of other infrastructure projects. Examples include:
- Lowering a water main to suit a proposed round-a-bout;
- Realigning an existing sewer rising main to suit a proposed stormwater drainage pipeline; and
- Replacing a water main in DICL due to reduced cover from road pavement reconstruction.
The final feasibility report prepared by the Consultant and accepted by us also forms part of the Developer Construct Agreement. Please see Guide Feasibility Report.
At the end of each stage and before proceeding to the next stage the Consultant must complete the Certification Documentation and submit them to us. These documents include a checklist of items and are a representation by the Consultant that the design and construction of the works are in accordance with the Developer Construct Agreement and our Design Guidelines.
There are various Project Completion Forms that must be completed with each project and submitted with your request for preliminary acceptance.