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BUILDING A NEW STRATEGIC SPARES STORE FOR DUVHA POWER STATION
NEC3 adopts a fundamentally different philosophy and practice to most other standard form construction or engineering contracts. Its three core underlying principles are
The purpose of these guidance notes is to explain the background to the ECC, the reasons for some of its provisions and to provide guidance on how to use it.
Überblick über den NEC-Vertrag. Overview about NEC
The NEC Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC) (previously the New Engineering Contract) has been developed to meet the current and future needs for a form of contract to be used in engineering and construction generally, which is an improvement on existing standard contracts in a number of ways.
In our last Alert, we assessed the philosophy of the NEC Engineering and Construction Contract ("NEC3") against the FIDIC Conditions of Contract for EPC/Turnkey Projects ("FIDIC Silver"), with a view to assessing its suitability for high value, large-scale international projects.
The Engineering and Construction Contract (NEC3) and FIDIC Conditions of Contract for EPC/Turnkey Projects (FIDIC Silver) are both popular standard forms of engineering and construction contract, used on a variety of projects both in the UK and internationally. However, they have fundamentally different approaches to the way projects should be managed and conducted
This succinct yet comprehensive course focusses on the benefits of NEC3 as an international form of contract, and how it differs from traditional international forms of contract like FIDIC.
Another new addition to NEC3 eLearning for 2012, this single module course will give you an excellent grounding in the essential ECC programme requirements
Take a look at an interview between NEC consultant Robert Gerrard and NEC creator Martin Barnes, discussing the inspiration behind the NEC and how it differs from other contract forms