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Public Works in Ireland: Procurement and Contracting

ISBN13: 9781905536627
Published: August 2014
Publisher: Clarus Press
Country of Publication: Ireland
Format: Hardback
Price: £210.00

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Public Works in Ireland: Procurement and Contracting is a definitive work which analyses the current suite of public works standard form contracts and associated documents the use of which is mandatory for all public construction works in Ireland.

It provides a detailed analysis of the four major forms of construction contract, PWCF1 to PWCF4, inclusive, for use where the contract price is above the EU threshold for the EU Works Directive. All four standard forms have the same provisions, whether for building or civil construction, with modifications depending upon whether design is undertaken by the State authority employer, or by the contractor.

Written as a reference source both for the procurement stage and post award through the life of a construction contract, Public Works in Ireland contains a chapter for each clause of the contract with additional chapters dealing with EU public procurement law, associated model forms for bonds, warranties, standard letters and other procedural observances required under EU and Irish law.

A chapter on the disputes clause contains a commentary on the conciliation process and a detailed analysis of the prescribed arbitration rules, AR1, in terms of the Arbitration Act 2010, and observations on the likely impact of the Construction Contracts Act 2013.

Irish Law
Chapter 1: Introduction;
Chapter 2: Procurement and Tendering under the EU Directives and ITT
Chapter 3: FTS Series Tender and Schedule, WE 1.0 and Agreement
Chapter 4: The MF Series Model Forms
Chapter 5: Major Forms Clause 1: The Contract
Chapter 6: Major Forms Clause 2: The Law
Chapter 7: Major Forms Clause 3: Loss, Damage and Injury
Chapter 8: Major Forms Clause 4: Management
Chapter 9: Major Forms Clause 5: Contractor’s Personnel
Chapter 10: Major Forms Clause 6: Property
Chapter 11: Major Forms Clause 7: The Site
Chapter 12: Major Forms Clause 8: Quality Testing and Defects
Chapter 13: Major Forms Clause 9: Time and Completion
Chapter 14: Major Forms Clause 10: Claims and Adjustments
Chapter 15: Major Forms Clause 11: Payment
Chapter 16: Major Forms Clause 12: Termination
Chapter 17: Major Forms Clause 13: Disputes
Chapter 18: Major Forms: Optional Clauses PV1 and PV2.