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NEC3: Engineering and Construction Short Contract Guidance Notes and Flow Charts

NEC3: Engineering and Construction Short Contract Guidance Notes and Flow Charts

Details: Paperback.

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Publication date: 01/04/2013

Publisher: Thomas Telford

ISBN: 9780727759115

Publication Status: Active

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These guidance notes explain the provisions of the Short Contract package through its three stages, how an Employer invites tenders, how a tender makes an offer and how a contract is made.  Notes are then provided on the clauses and methods of joining diputes with main contract disputes.  Worked examples are provided of the contract data forms.
 
The second part of the book contains flow charts which set out the procedural logic of the 28 clauses that can be presented with benefit by flow charting
 
OGC endorsement of NEC3
 
Construction Clients' Board endorsement of NEC3
 
The Construction Clients' Board (formerly Public Sector Clients' Forum) recommends that public sector organisations use the NEC3 contracts when procuring construction.
 
Standardising use of this comprehensive suite of contracts should help to deliver efficiencies across the public sector and promote behaviours in line with the principles of Achieving Excellence in Construction.

 

Contents

Introduction
When to use the ECSC

The ECSC package
• Stage A: How an Employer invites tenders for a job
• Stage B: How a tenderer makes an offer
• Stage C: How a contract is made

Notes on the clauses
Joining subcontract disputes with main contract disputes
Supplementary guidance notes for the ECSS
 
Examples
• Stage A: How an Employer invites tenders for a job
• A1 Title page
• A2 Contract Data
• Stage B: How a tenderer makes an offer
• B1 The Contractor’s Offer
• Stage C: How a contract is made
• C1 The Employer’s Acceptance
• C2 Title page
• C3 Contract Data

Multi-party partnering
Flow charts

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