Why you should attend this workshop?
This half-day workshop is a closer review of the tendering stage of a project. It will consider the key information and documents that go together to make up an NEC3 / NEC4 ECC contract. This will review the documents that the Employer puts into a Contractor’s tender, as well as the considerations that the Contractor should consider when they are preparing their tender return.
It will consider options available to the Employer with regards to primary and secondary option choice which will alter the risk profile of a project. It will review how both Contract Data part 1 and part 2 should be populated and what it should/could include. It will consider what part the Works Information, Site Information and pricing document have in terms of ascertaining risk, and as a result what allowances/considerations that the Contractor should be allowing for within their tender price.
Attendees of this course will have a much clearer practical understanding of the tender processes and what considerations the Employer should make in putting together a tender, and what considerations the Contractor should make when pricing a tender.
You will learn about:
- the main ECC contract documents that make up a signed contract
- choice of primary and secondary options
- ways of allocating risk through the different contract documents
- considerations for completing Contract Data part 1 by the Employer
- considerations for completing Contract Data part 2 by the Contractor
- importance of Works Information
- the pricing document and compiling an activity schedule/bill of quantities
- considerations as to what would be included within Site Information
Recommended for: This workshop is recommended for anyone who is involved in preparing or reviewing contract documents at tender stage, as well as anyone involved in administering an ECC contract on a live project to understand what part the documents play in the administration of a project. This will include project managers, contract managers, quantity surveyors, clients, consultants, planners, contractors and their supply chain.