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The New Engineering Contract NEC , or NEC Engineering and Construction Contract, is a formalised system created by the Institution of Civil Engineers that guides the drafting of documents on civil engineering and construction projects for the purpose of obtaining tenders, awarding and administering contracts. The contract consists of two key parts the Contract Data part one Data provided by the Employer and Contract Data part two Data provided by the Contractor. Several approaches are included making it a family of options. Characteristics The NEC is a family of standard contracts, each of which has these characteristics: Its use stimulates good management of the relationship between the two parties to the contract and, hence, of the work included in the contract. It can be used in a wide variety of commercial situations, for a wide variety of types of work and in any location.
Corr, P. Cousins, G. Hide and J. Broome A practitioners view of common painful mistakes that are made by project teams using NEC3, with solutions and measures to avoid them, based on real and relevant case studies. This book presents practical advice in a succinct format, acting as a quick reference manual; based on the authors experience of supporting NEC users on projects over the past 10 years in a collection of over FAQs.
Ergebnisse 1 - 10 von 12 gefundenen in "NEC":. Legal news and guidance from Pinsent Masons. 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. 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.