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NEC3 and NEC4 Compared

Author/EditorRobert Alan Gerrard (Author)
Publisher: ICE Publishing
ISBN: 9780727762016
Pub Date20/09/2017
BindingPaperback
Pages192
Dimensions (mm)297(h) * 210(w)
NEC3 and NEC4 Compared is a practical reference guide which covers on a clause-by-clause basis, the differences between the NEC3 and NEC4 Engineering and Construction Contracts.
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Using clear and simple language, the book will allow the reader to gain a rapid overview of all the updates to the ECC Contract forms. The book presents each clause of NEC3 opposite the new wording of NEC4 with all changes highlighted. Detailed explanatory notes are included which describe the significance of important changes. Users will be able to look up any clause in the NEC3 Contract and see at a glance, what, if anything, has changed. The book covers all updates to the core NEC3 Engineering and Construction Contract but it will also be useful for those using other contracts in the NEC contract suite, so anybody wishing to understand the new provisions applied across the suite of NEC4 contracts will benefit from this book. Written by an established NEC expert, and a member of the NEC consultation panel, this companion to the NEC4 contract suite will be a valuable resource for anyone who is familiar with the provisions of NEC3 and is looking for an easy-to-use comparison of the changes between the two editions.

Using clear and simple language, the book will allow the reader to gain a rapid overview of all the updates to the ECC Contract forms. The book presents each clause of NEC3 opposite the new wording of NEC4 with all changes highlighted. Detailed explanatory notes are included which describe the significance of important changes. Users will be able to look up any clause in the NEC3 Contract and see at a glance, what, if anything, has changed. The book covers all updates to the core NEC3 Engineering and Construction Contract but it will also be useful for those using other contracts in the NEC contract suite, so anybody wishing to understand the new provisions applied across the suite of NEC4 contracts will benefit from this book. Written by an established NEC expert, and a member of the NEC consultation panel, this companion to the NEC4 contract suite will be a valuable resource for anyone who is familiar with the provisions of NEC3 and is looking for an easy-to-use comparison of the changes between the two editions.

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