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This user friendly guide introduces, explains, and demystifies the NEC4 contract on a practical, work-based level. Made for architects by an architect, it explores the best approach to collaborative and contractual partnering work practices. Alongside explanations of the contracts and clauses, it presents the key areas of distinction from alternative standard form contracts and examines the integrated project management principles that bring the NEC4 contracts together as a whole. It's the perfect companion book for professionals who are new to the NEC contract family and former users trying to understand the latest updates.
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Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; About the author; Introduction; 1 Background to the NEC; Procurement strategy; Contract typology; Contract form; Project-specific strategies; Genesis and philosophy of the NEC; Origins; Application what is in a name?; Guiding principles; The NEC contract family; The NEC family relationship for architects; Compatibility, 'nesting' of contracts and uniformity; NEC4 published contracts; 2 Structure and content of NEC4; 'Pick-and-mix' assembly of the contract; Clause hierarchy and contract layout; Necessary clauses; 'Designing' the project-specific contract Core clausesCore Clause Section 1: General; Core Clause Section 2: The Contractor's main responsibilities; Core Clause Section 3: Time; Core Clause Section 4: Quality management; Core Clause Section 5: Payment; Core Clause Section 6: Compensation events; Core Clause Section 7: Title; Core Clause Section 8: Liabilities and insurance; Core Clause Section 9: Termination; Main option clauses; Main Option A: Priced contract with activity schedule; Main Option B: Priced contract with bill of quantities; Main Option C: Target contract with activity schedule Main Option D: Target contract with bill of quantitiesMain Option E: Cost reimbursable contract; Main Option F: Management contract; Secondary option clauses; Secondary Option X1: Price adjustment for inflation; Secondary Option X2: Changes in the law; Secondary Option X3: Multiple currencies; Secondary Option X4: Ultimate holding company guarantee; Secondary Option X5: Sectional Completion; Secondary Option X6: Bonus for early Completion; Secondary Option X7: Delay damages; Secondary Option X8: Undertakings to the Client or Others; Secondary Option X9: Transfer of rights Secondary Option X10: Information modellingSecondary Option X11: Termination by the Client; Secondary Option X12: Multiparty collaboration; Secondary Option X13: Performance bond; Secondary Option X14: Advanced payment to the Contractor; Secondary Option X15: The Contractor's design; Secondary Option X16: Retention; Secondary Option X17: Low performance damages; Secondary Option X18: Limitation of liability; Secondary Option X20: Key Performance Indicators; Secondary Option X21: Whole life cost; Secondary Option X22: Early Contractor involvement; Secondary Option Y(UK)1: Project Bank Account Secondary Option Y(UK)2: The Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996Secondary Option Y(UK)3: The Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999; Secondary Option Z: Additional conditions of contract; Options W1, W2 and W3: Dispute resolution options; Option W1; Option W2; Option W3; Contract Data; Role of the Contract Data; Part One: Data provided by the Client; Part Two: Data provided by the Contractor; Schedule of Cost Components; Role of the Schedule; Defined Cost; Disallowed Cost; Scope; Site Information; Completeness of Contractor's perception of Commercial Risk
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