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Vol 21 No 9 Sept/Oct 2016

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NEC3: The Role of the Supervisor

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ISBN13: 9780727760968
Published: September 2015
Publisher: ICE Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £45.00

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NEC3: The Role of the Supervisor is a practical ‘how to’ guide for those performing the role of Supervisor on NEC3 ECC contracts. It offers useful guidance and practical tips as well as highlighting the importance and the significant potential benefits that the role of Supervisor has to offer in the successful delivery of projects.

Written by NEC expert trainers, the book is also designed to be an effective companion to the ICE NEC3 accreditation course for the role of Supervisor. The authors’ visionary insight and real-world experience helps in outlining how the role, responsibilities and working relationships of the Supervisor are integrated into the successful completion of a programme under NEC3 ECC contracts.

NEC3: The Role of the Supervisor:

  • contributes to and adds to the body of knowledge on the use of NEC3 ECC
  • provides practical guidance on how a Supervisor can contribute to the successful delivery of an ECC contract
  • highlights the important and valuable role the Supervisor plays in the successful outcome of ECC contracts
  • supports employers in choosing a suitable person to be part of the team.
The book describes the technical and behavioural traits that will be of use to the Supervisor as well as the obligations and activities inherent in this role. It is divided into a chronological set of learning outcomes that mirror the order in which a project is established and implemented.

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Supervisor duties
Prior to the starting date
From the starting date to completion
From completion to the defects date