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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Understanding and Negotiating Turnkey and EPC Contracts 3rd ed isbn 9781847039071

Understanding and Negotiating Turnkey and EPC Contracts 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9780421674103
ISBN: 0421674105
New Edition ISBN: 9781847039071
Published: December 2002
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



This work is a practical commentary on the FIDIC and EPC turnkey contracts widely used in the international construction industry. It provides clause-by-clause analysis of these contracts, accompanied by practical guidance on their application in specific projects. It also reproduces the contracts in full as an appendix.

  • Detailed, clause-by-clause approach makes it a highly practical working tool
  • Invaluable for international projects where the use of FIDIC standard contracts is increasing all the time.

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Subjects:
Construction Law
Contents:
Types of contract.
Turnkey and EPC contracts.
The FIDIC Designbuild, Turnkey and EPC contracts.
The contract.
The employer.
The employer's administration.
The contractor.
Design.
Staff and labour.
Plant, materials, and workmanship.
Commencement, delays and suspension.
Tests on completion.
Employer's taking-over.
Defects liability.
Tests after completion.
Variations and adjustments.
Contract price and payment.
Termination by employer.
Suspension and termination by contractor.
Risk and responsibility.
Insurance.
Force majeure.
Claims, disputes and arbitration.
Negotiation of the Orange Book.
Appendices.