EPC Turn-Key Contract (1999)
Conditions of Contract for EPC Turnkey Projects, which are recommended where one entity takes total responsibility for the design and execution of an engineering project. Under the usual arrangements for this type of contract, the entity carries out all the Engineering, Procurement and Construction: providing a fully-equipped facility, ready for operation (at the “turn of the key”). This type of contract is usually negotiated between the parties.
Plant and Design-Build Contract (1999)
Conditions of Contract for Plant and Design-Build, which are recommended for the provision of electrical and/or mechanical plant, and for the design and execution of building or engineering works. Under the usual arrangements for this type of contract, the Contractor designs and provides, in accordance with the Employer’s requirements, plant and/or other works; which may include any combination of civil, mechanical, electrical and/or construction works.
Conditions of Contract for Construction (Second Ed. 2017). For Building and Engineering Works designed by the Employer. General conditions; Guidance for Preparation of Particular Conditions; Forms of Letter of Tender, Letter of Acceptance, Contract Agreement and Dispute Adjudication/Avoidance Agreement.
Plant and Design Build Contract (2017)
Conditions of Contract for Plant & Design-Build (Second Ed, 2017). In particular, it has been recognized for, among other things, its principles of balanced risk sharing between the Employer and the Contractor in projects where the Contractor designs and constructs the works, and may provide plant, in accordance with the Employer’s requirements, including any combination of civil, mechanical, electrical and/or construction works.
Model Joint Venture Agreement (2017)
This model Joint Venture Agreement will allow the parties to agree, on a project-specific basis, their obligations, services and rewards within the Joint Venture created among them by the effect of this Model Joint Venture Agreement. It is not intended to create a legal entity or to be used to create a more permanent non-project specific legal association. The Joint Venture´s action, capacities and internal decision making processes have been clearly structured. One purpose of a model agreement such as this is to raise the awareness of the Members of the Joint Venture as to what should be in the Agreement to mitigate their individual risks and avoid disputes between themselves. A second purpose is to provide the Members with a manageable agreement which establishes clear responsibilities and legal capacities to act. It is aimed to avoid disputes and deadlocks between the Members.
Sub- Consultancy Agreement (2017)
The Sub-Consultancy Agreement has been developed from the Fifth Edition 2017 of the Client/Consultant Model Services Agreement “White Book” and is intended for use where a Consultant appointed under the White Book desires to engage a Sub-Consultant to undertake part of the Services. The Sub-Consultancy Agreement therefore incorporates many of the terms and conditions of the White Book such that the obligations and rights of the Sub-Consultant are largely consistent with those of the Consultant under the White Book.
This 2nd edition of the Project Sustainability Management, PSM II, is first and foremost a list of core issues that engineers should consider when carrying out projects in a sustainable way, backed up by a number of processes for the broad inclusion of stakeholder input. Each item on the list brings with it a set of perspectives, which are the sustainability considerations that affect the way these issues should be considered on the project. A good part of this manual consists of descriptions of these perspectives and an indication of possible project responses as well as logical links between the perspectives of different issues.
Guidelines for Integrity Management (2015)
The FIMS Guidelines Part II is a document designed to assist consulting firms, regardless of size or home country, in the development of a framework to manage and mitigate bribery and corruption risks that may be encountered in the business environments that many companies face today. The document comprises two sections: the first one is conceptual and presents a unified view of risk areas regarding integrity and how firms could take preventive actions; the second one includes some sample forms which illustrate how different companies are addressing integrity issues in their day-to-day business operations.
EPC Turn-Key Contract (2017)
This Second Edition of the FIDIC Silver Book maintains the principles of risk sharing established in the 1999 edition, while seeking to build on the substantial experience gained from its use over the past 18 years. For example, this edition provides: greater detail and clarity on the requirements for notices and other communications; provisions to address Employers’ and Contractors’ claims treated equally and separated from disputes; mechanisms for dispute avoidance and detailed provisions for quality management, and verification of Contractor’s contractual compliance.
Conditions of Contract for Construction
Conditions of Contract for Underground Works designed by the Contractor according to the reference design by the Employer and the Geotechnical Baseline Report. These Conditions include extensive guidance for the preparation of Tender documents and example forms for the Schedule of Baselines, the Completion Schedule and the Schedule of Contractor’s Key Equipment.
Design Build Operate Contract (2008)
Whilst it is recognized that there are alternative scenarios encompassing the Design, Build and Operate (DBO) concept – for example the “green field” scenario of Design- Build-Operate, and the “brown field” scenario of Operate-Design-Build – it was also recognized that different scenarios required different contract conditions. FIDIC has chosen to adopt the green-field Design-Build-Operate scenario, with a 20- year operation period, and has opted for a single contract awarded to a single contracting entity (which will almost certainly be a consortium or joint venture) to optimize the coordination of innovation, quality and performance, rather than award separate contracts for design-build and for operation. The Contractor has no responsibility for either financing the project or for its ultimate commercial success.