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NEC3: Supply Short Contract Guidance Notes and Flow Charts

Author(s): NEC
Publication date: 01 April 2013
ISBN: 9780727759351
Stock level: In stock
£31.50
This document contains guidance notes on the NEC3 Supply Contract, which explain how to complete the SSC when it is used for a simple, low risk contract. The accompanying flow charts depict the procedures followed when using the contract. Construction Clients' Board endorsement of NEC3 The Construction Clients' Board (formerly Public Sector

NEC3: Adjudicator's Contract (AC)

Author(s): NEC
Publication date: 01 April 2013
ISBN: 9780727758996
Stock level: In stock
£31.50
The NEC3 Adjudicator's Contract (AC) should be used for the appointment of an Adjudicator to decide disputes under the NEC family of contracts. It may also be used for the appointment of an Adjudicator under other forms of contract. This document contains the clauses, form of agreement and contract data. Construction Clients' Board endorsement

NEC3: Engineering and Construction Short Contract (ECSC)

Author(s): NEC
Publication date: 01 April 2013
ISBN: 9780727758835
Stock level: In stock
£37.75
The Short Contract is an alternative to NEC3 Engineering and Construction Contract and is for use with contracts which do not require sophisticated management techniques, comprise straightforward work and impose only low risks on both the employer and the Contractor. This document contains the contract clauses and the form for contract data. Co

NEC2 and NEC3 Compared

Author(s): Robert Gerrard
Publication date: 18 November 2005
ISBN: 9780727733849
Stock level: Low stock
£24.56 £32.75
NEC2 has established itself as the leading contract for civil engineering work and has made major in-roads into the building market. NEC3 appeared in July 2005 and represents an update to reflect users experience and changes in the way the construction industry operates, in the years since the appearance of NEC2 in 1995. This guide is aimed at thos