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Vol 21 No 11 Nov/Dec 2016

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EPC Contracts and Major Projects: A Guide to Construction and other Project Contracts 2nd ed


ISBN13: 9780414045187
Previous Edition ISBN: 0421579501
Published: September 2011
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardcover
Price: £234.00



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This new edition provides highly practical guidance on the components of construction contracts for major infrastructure projects.

Focusing in particular on EPC contracts and the construction aspects of PFI projects, it goes step-by-step through the contracting process, from the conceptual idea, the choice of a contractor and form of contract, to the preparation of the contract itself.

  • Provides guidance on the components of construction contracts for major infrastructure projects
  • Focuses in particular on EPC contracts and the construction aspects of PFI projects
  • Goes step-by-step through the contracting process, from the conceptual idea, the choice of a contractor and form of contract, to the preparation of the contract itself
  • Deals with construction financing, procurement and competitive bidding
  • Covers letters of intent, international construction contracts and design risk allocation
  • Looks at environmental matters
  • Discusses insurance, insolvency and performance security
  • Makes references to actual market practice and how industry sectors can differ
  • Features a wealth of practical tips and warnings at each stage
  • Covers related contracts such as joint venture agreements, appointments, operation and maintenance agreements and direct agreements
  • Offers guidance on how to complete the various contracts
NOTE: this new edition was previously announced as A Contractual Guide to Major Construction Projects

Subjects:
Construction Law