Here is the GMH Planning detailed guide as to the most important changes within the new NEC4 version of Engineering and Construction Short 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 …
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. NEC4-ALC
Back in 2013 I wrote an article that exposed issues within NEC contracts as to what programme you should use when assessing compensation events and what you should take into account when making that assessment. The hope was that this would be addressed once NEC4 was published. NEC4 has …
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.
Here is the agenda for this years BI NEC People conference which we are very excited about this year! You can apply for a place via email to “[email protected]” with your name/company/job title and we will allocate remaining places amongst those who have applied: NEC3 Conference agenda 2017 (final version)
Here is a link to the NEC4 Overview guide from Thomas Telford highlighting the main changes with the NEC4 family of contracts. I have then summarised this document into a one and a half page summary of the main headlines: NEC4 summary NEC4 Next Generation
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.
A useful free guide from the NEC to help choose which NEC3 contract you should be using in a given situation.
A useful free copy from NEC of the Early Contractor Involvement clauses.
A list of the 12 months worth of NEC3 discussions held within the LinkedIn group to the period leading up to May 2015.
A list of the 12 months worth of NEC3 discussions held within the LinkedIn group to the period leading up to May 2014.