CECA GMH Planning NEC4 Bulletin

CECA NEC4 Bulletin 14: Spirit of mutual trust and cooperation

One of the more infamous clauses within the NEC contracts is the obligation to “act in a spirit of mutual trust and cooperation”. It was introduced into the NEC2 version of the contracts back in 1995 following recommendations from the Latham report. It was brought in to try to encourage a culture and an obligation to act in this way, but what does it really mean?

    LinkedIn NEC Contract Discussion Group GMH Planning - NEC Contract Experts

    Archived LinkedIn discussions: June 2017-May 2018

      NEC4 Term Service Contract

      NEC4 TSC – Detailed review of NEC4 Term Service Contract changes compared to NEC3

      Here is the GMH Planning detailed guide as to the most important changes within the new NEC4 version of the Term Service Contract. If you are fairly familiar with the NEC3 version then you will find this guide a very useful summary as to what you need to know is different within NEC4. Each of […]

        NEC 4 Professional Services Contract PSC

        NEC4 PSC- Detailed review of NEC4 Professional Services contract changes compared to NEC3

        Here is the GMH Planning detailed guide as to the most important changes within the new NEC4 version of the Professional Services Contract. For those who are pretty familiar with the NEC3 version then you should find this document very useful to understand what the main changes are that have come about within NEC4. Each […]

          NEC4 Engineering and Construction Contract

          NEC4 ECC – Detailed review of NEC4 Engineering and Construction Contract changes from NEC3

          Here is the GMH Planning detailed guide as to the most important changes within the new NEC4 version of Engineering and Construction Contract. If you are fairly familiar with the NEC3 version then you will find this guide a very useful summary as to what you need to know is different within NEC4. Each of […]

            NEC4 Alliance Contract.

            NEC4 Alliance Contract Consultation

            NEC4 have launched their new Alliance Contract but it is only a consultation version where they are inviting industry feedback before it is finalised and officially launched. Here is a link to the document, and do give feedback direct to the authors at neccontract.com with any constructive comments.

              LinkedIn NEC Contract Discussion Group GMH Planning - NEC Contract Experts

              LinkedIn NEC People Discussions – June 2016-May 2017

              Here is a hyperlinked list of all of the discussions held within the group between June 2016 and May 2017. Linked In Discussion Archive Jun 16-May 17 Hope you find this useful.

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                LinkedIn NEC People Discussions – June 2015-May 2016

                A list of the 12 months worth of NEC3 discussions up of May 2016 within our LinkedIn group with direct links straight to each article.

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                  Procurement and contract strategies

                  A useful free guide from the NEC to help choose which NEC3 contract you should be using in a given situation.

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                    Archived LinkedIn group discussions:2013-June 2014

                    A list of the 12 months worth of NEC3 discussions held within the LinkedIn group to the period leading up to May 2014.

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                      Archive Discussions – LinkedIn Discussion Group

                      Linked In Discussion Archive A hyper-linked index of the useful discussions that have gone on within our LinkedIn discussion group – Planning and Management under the NEC form of contract.

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                        LinkedIn Conference Output – Enhancements to NEC3

                        Potential Enhancements to NEC3 Following a session at the May 2011 LinkedIn conference, delegates suggested a number of matters that could be changed, added to or expanded upon to enhance the existing NEC3 suite of contracts. This attachment is the development of that list into a concise list of the more meaningful changes that potentially […]