On behalf of Engineers Australia, The Institute of Arbitrators and Mediators Australia (“IAMA”) nominated Steve Lieblich to provide an Expert Determination in relation to a dispute pertaining to certain commercial-building heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) works that were the subject of a Supreme-Court-mediated agreement between a building owner and tenant.
Steve Lieblich dismissed an application for adjudication of a payment claim in a contract pertaining to Erection of a Prefabricated Steel Structure, having been nominated by The National Electrical and Communications Association (“NECA”).
Steve Lieblich made a determination of a dispute pertaining to a payment claim of approximately $150,000 between the parties to an electrical works contract, having been appointed as adjudicator, in accordance with the Construction Contracts Act 2004 , by The National Electrical and Communications Association.
The stakeholders of the Amristar Group (Amristar Solutions Pty Ltd and iDelve Pty Ltd) agreed to restructure the Group in order to accelerate its profitable growth and facilitate the achievement of key strategic development milestones.
On 19 November 2010, Steve Lieblich presented an overview of the Construction Contracts Act WA (2004), and the payment claim rapid adjudication procedure, to the Major Electrical Contractors Group of the National Electrical and Communications Association.
Steve Lieblich was appointed Adjudicator in a progress-claim dispute arising from a difference of opinion about the agreed payment terms. He determined the dispute in the absence of any formal response to the application.
The spatial@gov® Conference & Exhibition will examine spatial capabilities in developing government policy, delivering programs, enhancing service delivery and streamlining business practices.
Geospatial technology is integral in every corner of the business world and across government, with up to 80 per cent of information managed connected to a specific location in some way. By contributing over $12 billion to the Australian GDP, the geospatial industry is a key player in the nation’s new economy.
Steve Lieblich will present a paper entitled “Enabling Spatial Data Infrastructures” at the Open Day on Tuesday 5 October 2010 at 2:15pm.
The paper describes the role of iDelve in enabling the construction and effective utilisation of spatial data infrastructures for government.
Key functions include map viewing, data brokering, data caching and OGC acceleration.
WA examples are cited, of the rapid deployment of powerful online applications that are heavily dependent on large and diverse on-line spatial data services, for Departments with little in-house spatial capabilities.
In May 2009, Steve Lieblich was appointed to adjudicate several payment claims with an aggregate value of approximately $400,000, in a contract for the construction of electro-mechanical plant in a regional centre, in accordance with the Construction Contracts Act 2004 (WA).
Steve extended the prescribed period for determining the matters, with the consent of the parties, to allow them the opportunity to settle the matters by mutual consent, then determined the matters within the extended period.
In November2009, Steve Lieblich was appointed to adjudicate a payment claim in a contract for the construction of mechanical plant in a regional centre, in accordance with the Construction Contracts Act 2004 (WA).
Steve determined the matter within 28 days.
We also presented two papers at the conference: Daniel Harvey, iDelve CEO presented a technology overview iDelveConnect – Overcoming the WFS Bottleneck, and Chairman Steve Lieblich presented a paper Challenges of protecting IP in a web mapping technology.
iDelve also announced the introduction of a new product, iDelveConnect, at the Forum. iDelveConnect obtains spatial data from remote data services and caches it locally, providing users access to near-live data from a remote custodian, but with with the performance of a local data repository.