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Architect's Guide to NEC4

Author/EditorForward, Frances (Author)
Publisher: RIBA Publishing
ISBN: 9781859468562
Pub Date01/09/2018
BindingPaperback
Pages130
Dimensions (mm)210(h) * 148(w)
An essential companion guide to the NEC4 contract suite
$34.11
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This user friendly guide introduces, explains, and
demystifies the NEC4 contract on a practical, work-based level. Made for architects by an architect, it explores the best approach to collaborative and contractual partnering
work practices. Alongside explanations of the contracts and clauses, it presents the key areas of distinction
from alternative standard form contracts and examines the integrated
project management principles that bring the NEC4 contracts together as a
whole. It's the perfect companion book for professionals who are new to
the NEC contract family and former users trying to understand the latest updates.

This user friendly guide introduces, explains, and
demystifies the NEC4 contract on a practical, work-based level. Made for architects by an architect, it explores the best approach to collaborative and contractual partnering
work practices. Alongside explanations of the contracts and clauses, it presents the key areas of distinction
from alternative standard form contracts and examines the integrated
project management principles that bring the NEC4 contracts together as a
whole. It's the perfect companion book for professionals who are new to
the NEC contract family and former users trying to understand the latest updates.

Frances Forward is a Chartered Architect, Adjudicator and Expert Witness. Frances runs an architectural practice, Haus Ltd, specialising in sustainable buildings to Passivhaus standard and is a consultant to Sense Studio. She is also on the RIBA President's Advisory Committee on Dispute Resolution. Frances authored the Guide to NEC3 in 2011 and regularly provides advice on procurement strategy and contract administration.

1. Background to the NEC 2. Structure and Content of NEC4 3. Contract machinery 4. Collaborative working with NEC4 5. International use 6. In conclusion: decisive features of NEC4 Appendix

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