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Does it sounds grammatically correct or is there a better way to write this:

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During the construction phase, I will assume an extra role of contract administrator besides continuing to act as your representative.
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My task is to administer the project and to look after your interest under the contract while taking an impartial role in matters that require the exercise of my professional judgment.

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Thanks in advance.

Ed
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Hi ed73,
During the construction phase, I will assume an extra role of contract administrator besides continuing to act as your representative.


During the construction phase, I will act as both a contract administrator and as your representative.
My task is to administer the project and to look after your interest under the contract while taking an impartial role in matters that require the exercise of my professional judgment.


My tasks are to administer the project and to look after your contractual interests while maintaining an impartial role in matters that require my professional judgment.

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I am to administer the project and to look after your contractual interests while maintaining an impartial role in matters that require my professional judgment.

I prefer the latter.

This seems like a bit of an oxymoron to me. If you are looking after someone's interests, then you cannot be impartial. Or at least, you will not be seen as impartial. You are, in effect, traffic cop and judge at the same time. Just my two cents thrown in.

MountainHiker

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MH

You are absolutely right. One can't be impartial when he/she is taking care of someone's interest. This issue has been in debate for quite sometime now. Perhaps, impartial is not the right word.

Ed
Hi,

Maybe,

My tasks are to administer the project and to look after your interests under the contract while maintaing my professional judgment/responsibilities.

I am to administer the project and to look after your interests under the contract while maintaing my professional judgment/responsibilities.

Use either "judgment" or "responsibilities" but don't use the slash.

MountainHiker