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FIDIC - Conditions of Contract for EPC-Turnkey raudone.info NY 01/03/09 PM. GENERAL CONDITIONS. GUIDANCE. Swedenl, and Chairman of FIDIC Contracts Committee. 1. Introduction. FIDIC - the International Federation of Consulting Engineers - published late in a. The best known of the FIDIC contracts are the. Red Book (building and engineering works designed by the Employer) and the Yellow. Book (M&E, building and.
The Yellow Book is suitable for contracts that the contractor has the majority of the design responsibility. The Silver Book Released in The Silver Book is for turnkey projects.
This contract places significant risks on the contractor. The contractor is also responsible for the majority of the design. The Pink Book First published — an amended version was published , with a further edition in June The Gold Book Released in Part I contains the general terms of the contract, such issues as rights and obligations of each party, procedure for payment, variation, certification and dispute resolution.
Part II of the contract is the conditions of particular application and is to be used to introduce project specific clauses, such as language of the contract, choice of law, the name of the person or firm appointed to act as Engineer or Employers representative for the project among other terms. The Appendix usually contains sample of documents to be used for the procurement process.
The parties are allowed to rearrange the priority of documents or stipulate that no priority or order of hierarchy will apply to the contract.
This can be done in Part II of the contract. The emphasis in recent years has been on the amicable settlement of disputes.
The process usually provides as a first step, for disputes to be submitted for adjudication before an Engineer or a Dispute Board. If one or both of the parties is dissatisfied, a period is allowed for amicable settlement.
It has become the tradition that FIDIC contracts are known in popular parlance by the colour of their cover.
Because of the broad support it enjoys, FIDIC contracts are the foremost contracts in international construction. The organisation has added new forms of contract, replaced previous ones and updated important terms. The old Yellow Book First published in with the third and last edition in The Orange Book The first and only edition of this contract was released in The new Red Book Released in The Red Book is suitable for contracts that the majority of design rests with the Employer.
The new Yellow Book Released in The Yellow Book is suitable for contracts that the contractor has the majority of the design responsibility. The Silver Book Released in The Silver Book is for turnkey projects.
This contract places significant risks on the contractor. The contractor is also responsible for the majority of the design. The Pink Book First published — an amended version was published , with a further edition in June The Gold Book Released in Over the years, FIDIC has become famous for its secondary activity of producing standard form contracts for the construction and engineering industry.
Leo Grutters. Ireland Principal Drafter.
Hungary Contracts Committee liaison. Jakob Sorensen.
If the Contractor considers. FIDIC also have made provisions in new version to reduce risk undertaken by contractor for protection in cases of delayed payment practice