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Information Protocol (pdf)
Information Protocol to support BS EN ISO 19650-2 the delivery phase of assets
BIM Conditions of Contract (pdf)
Conditions of Contract for Building Information Modelling (BIM). The Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors.
BIM for Project Managers (pdf)
BIM continues to dominate processes across the built environment. It offers extensive opportunities to drive a more effective and efficient built environment.
Building Information Modelling (BIM) Protocol
Standard Protocol for use in projects using Building Information Models
Information Management - BS EN ISO 19650-3:2020
Organization and digitization of information about buildings and civil engineering works, including building information modelling (BIM). Information management using building information modelling. Operational phase of the assets.
Access this standard on BSOL.
The JCT - The Joint Contracts Tribunal, produces standard forms of contract for construction, guidance notes and other standard documentation for use in the construction industry.
Access online through the Construction Information Service Database (CIS)
Lupton S (2017) Guide to JCT Standard Building Contract
Lupton S (2016) Guide to JCT Minor Works Building Contract
Lupton S (2016) Guide to JCT Design and Build Contract
NEC - New Engineering Contract is a family of contracts that facilitates the implementation of sound project management principles and practices as well as defining legal relationships.
The full set of the NEC 4 contracts is available at our Treforest campus Library at 692.8 NEC.
Hughes K (2018) Understanding NEC4
Hughes K (2020) Understanding NEC4 Professional Contract
Bronwyn M (2018) NEC4: The role of the project manager
ICE (2017) NEC3 and NEC4 compared
Gerrard R (2017) NEC4 practical solutions
Official website NEC - https://www.neccontract.com/
FIDIC - The International Federation of Consulting Engineers, has long been renowned for its standard forms of contract for use between employers and contractors on international construction projects
The FIDIC contracts can be found on the Construction Information Service database.
Print copies of some of the contracts can be found in the Treforest campus library.
FIDIC conditions of contract for EPC/turnkey projects. (Silver Book)
FIDIC conditions of contract for construction (Red Book)
FIDIC conditions of contract for plant and design-build (Yellow Book)
FIDIC conditions of Contract for underground works (Emerald Books)
Client/consultant model services 2017 (White Book) available on the Construction Information Service database.
Charratt D, (2018) The application of contracts in engineering and construction projects
Hughes K (2020) Understanding FIDIC: The rainbow suite
Official website FIDIC - http://fidic.org/
Infrastructure Conditions of Contract (ICC)
ICC Sub-Contract 2017
ICC Design and Construct 2018 Guidance Notes
These are accessible as evaluation copies free of charge for all students. via: https://www.acenet.co.uk/agreements/store/icc/
Use the Click here to see an evaluation copy link
Copies also available on Blackboard.
Forms to be used with the RICS standard form of consultant's appointment and RICS Short form of consultant's appointment.
The new 2020 edition of the RIBA Standard Professional Services Contract has been fully updated to align with the revised RIBA Plan of Work and is for the appointment of an architect or consultant providing architectural services.
ACA PPC 2000
Standard Form of Contract for Project Partnering
Both PPC2000 and the TPC2005 Term Partnering Contract have been widely adopted in the public and private sector on projects and programmes for the procurement of offices and housing, schools and universities, care homes and hospitals, airport facilities and roads, hotels and leisure
facilities to name but a few.
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