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Details about FIDIC forms of contracts and its application

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  • Well presentation. However, no mention in the comparison of traditional and design build arrangement about the Contractor's payment,payment shall be made according to achieved milestones, generally on a lump sum basis the accepted Contract amount.
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  1. 1. “Design and Build under the FIDIC Contracts” Presentation By- Ranjit V Patil M.Tech (Civil- Construction Management) Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Islampur, Maharashtra. Mob.No. 9503361010
  2. 2.  FIDIC?????  It is a French short form of… “Federation Internationale Des Ingenieurs – Counseils”  In English it is referred as “ International Federation of Consulting Engineers”  FIDIC : “ International” Form of contract.  Used by funders such as World Bank etc. Introduction
  3. 3.  Origin:- Founded in 1913 by three national associations of consulting engineers within Europe.  FIDIC currently has 99 Members Associations & Associates.  CONSULTING ENGINEERS ASSOCIATION OF INDIA is the member from India.
  4. 4.  FIDIC Vision:- Enabling the development of a sustainable world as the recognised global voice for the consulting engineering industry.  FIDIC Mission :- To work closely with our stakeholders to improve the business climate in which we operate and enable our members to contribute to making the world a better place to live in, now and in the future.  FIDIC Values : 1. Quality 2. Integrity 3. Sustainability
  5. 5. FIDIC LOGO
  6. 6.  What is Design and Built???  It is procurement method which has been in use for long time.  Before the emergence of architecture as profession clients used to procure building by process of design and built.  In Nineteenth Century- It was the separation of responsibility for fabrication from responsibility for design that led to the emergence of so called ‘traditional general contracting’. Design and Built
  7. 7. The Role Employer Contractor Designers Other Consultant Quantity Surveyor Subcontractor Subcontractor Traditional Arrangement
  8. 8. The Role Employer Contractor Employer’s Representative Designer and Other Consultants Subcontractor Subcontractor Design and Built Arrangement
  9. 9.  Price Certainty  Single Point Responsibility  Good For “Non- Expert” clients  Contractor’s Expertise  Quicker Build Time Advantages of Design and Built
  10. 10.  Contractor designs and builds to price.  Employer’s reduced control of design and quality.  Employer’s reduced control of change cost  Not Good for complex projects  Longer tender period  Expensive to contractor to prepare tender. Disadvantages of using Design and Built
  11. 11.  The better the Employer’s requirements, the better the completed project.  Consider first of all what are the Employer’s needs??  What??? What does he need???  When????? When does he need it????  How????? How much will/can he pay?????  Which???? Which is the best contractual method to meet these needs???  Is the Design and Built the Best method?? Weigh Up the advantages and disadvantages. The Employer’s Requirements
  12. 12.  Procurement refers to: the process of obtaining goods and services from another for some consideration.  The choice of procurement strategy identifies how the project is structured  Design and coordination consideration have led to the development of following procurement methods: 1. Traditional Procurement 2. Design and Build 3. Management Procurement Procurement methods
  13. 13. 1. General Provisions 2. The Employer 3. The Engineers (The employers administration- EPC) 4. The Contractor 5. Nominated subcontractor (Design- P & DB & EPC) 6. Staff and Labour 7. Plant, materials and workmanship 8. Commencement, delays and suspension 9. Tests on completion 10. Employer’s Taking Over 11. Defects Liability 12. Measurement and evaluation (Tests after completion- P & DB & EPC) 13. Variations and adjustments 14. Contracts price and payments 15. Termination by Employer 16. Suspension and Termination by Contractor 17. Risk and Responsibility 18. Insurance 19. Force Majeure 20. Claims, Disputes and Arbitration Details of The Books for the Major Works: If we take the conditions of contract for construction as an example:
  14. 14.  The employer should appoint an appropriately experienced and qualified agent and necessary professional consultants.  Design responsibility should be clearly defined.  A standard form of contract should be used.  The employer’s requirements should be clearly formulated by the time tenders are invited and set out in the Employer's requirements upon which the contractor’s proposals will depend.  Care and attention should be paid to the procedure for the selection of contractors to be invited to tender. Preparing the Tenders:
  15. 15.  Information contained in the preliminary enquiry to prospective tenderers should be as full and as clear as possible.  Conditions of tendering should be clear so that all tenders are submitted on the same basis.  Adequate time should be given to selected tenderers to prepare their proposals.  Tenders should be assessed and adjusted in accordance with the terms of the formal invitation to tender. Preparing the Design and Build Tenders
  16. 16. 1. Employer’s requirements 2. Contractor’s proposals 3. Contract sum analysis Major Documents In D&B Contracts:
  17. 17.  The purpose  The scope  The design  Other technical criteria Employer’s Requirements
  18. 18. 1. Relatively small Value, short construction time or involving simple or repetitive work 2. Large or more complex project 3. Contractor going to Most of design 4. For Process and Power Plant 5. The Infrastructure Project 6. The Privately Financed Project Factors in deciding which form of FIDIC form of Contract
  19. 19. 1. Part I: Orange Book ( D&B and Turnkey Contracts)- 1995 2. Part II: The Yellow Book (Plant and D&B Contract)- 1999 Overview of FIDIC Conditions of Contract:
  20. 20.  Both the book consists of 20 clauses in each.  Every clause consist of number of sub clauses.  Each clause is important to resolve the problems in contract.  Clauses are grouped as per the their type of work and requirement
  21. 21. 1. The Contract 2. The Employer 3. The Employer’s representative 4. The Contractor 5. Design 6. Staff and labour 7. Plant, material and workmanship 8. Commencement, delays and suspension 9. Test on completion 10. Employers taking over 11. Test after completion 12. Defects Liability 13. Contract price and payment 14. Variations 15. Default of contractor 16. Default of Employer 17. Risks and Responsibility 18. Insurance 19. Force Majeure 20. Claims, Disputes and Arbitrations Clauses in Orange Book:
  22. 22. 1. General provision 2. he Employer 3. The Engineer 4. The Contractor 5. Design 6. Staff and Labour 7. Plant, Material and Workmanship 8. Commencement, Delays and Suspension 9. Tests on Completion 10. Employer's Taking Over 11. Defects Liability 12. Testes after Completion 13. Variations and Adjustments 14. Contract price and Payments 15. Termination by Employer 16. Suspension and Termination by Contractor 17. Risks and Responsibility 18. Insurance 19. Force Majeure 20. Claims, Disputes and Arbitration Clauses in Yellow Book
  23. 23.  A contract has been awarded to build a new project with associated services and external works.  Contract Details are as follow:  Employer: ABC Development Co.  Contractor: Buildit Construction Co.  Commencement Date: 15January 2014  Time for Completion: 104 Weeks  Form of Contract: FIDIC 1995 Conditions of Contract for Design- Build and Turnkey (Orange Book) Case Study
  24. 24. Inconsistency between the Employer’s requirements and the Contractor’s Proposal becomes apparent part of the way through the works. Which takes precedence? How is this dealt with under the contract?  Answer: Clause 1.6 lists the priority of documents, the Employer’s requirements being third in the list, the contractor’s proposal being eighth; therefore Employer’s requirements take precedence. Situation:
  25. 25.  Which of the contractor’s claim clauses allow the contractor to claim cost and which allow cost plus reasonable profit? Answer: Clauses giving the contractor the right to recover Cost:  Clause 4.11- Unforeseeable physical conditions  Clause 4.24- Fossils  Clause 8.8- Suspension  Clause 13.16- Changes in legislation  Clause 17.4- Employer’s Risks  Clause 19.5- Force Majeure Situation:
  26. 26. Clauses giving the Contractor the right to recover the cost plus reasonable profit:  Clause 2.2- Employers failure give access  Clause 11.4- Employer not permitting access for testing  Clause 12.8- Contractor instructed to search  Clause 16.1- Default by Employer  Reasonable profit is whatever profit the parties agree between themselves as “reasonable”. Cont’d
  27. 27.  The Employer’s representative has issued a verbal instruction to carry out additional work I. Does the contractor have to comply with the instruction? II. How does the contract deal with verbal instruction? Answer: I. No, under clause 1.8, wherever provision is made for the giving of notice, instruction, etc. unless otherwise specified such communication shall be in writing. II. The Contract does not provide for the giving of verbal instructions (Note that most other contracts provide for the contractor issue a written confirmation of verbal instruction, which if not rejected, becomes an instruction) Situation
  28. 28.  ABC Development Co. is late in paying a certified amount due to Buildit construction. What are Buildit Construction’s rights regarding this situation? Answer: Under clause 13.8, if payment is delayed, the contractor is entitled to receive financing changes compounded monthly on the amount unpaid during the delay. Unless part II states otherwise, this is 3% above the discount rate of the central bank in the country of the currency of the payment. The contractor is not required to give notice in order to receive this payment. Situation
  29. 29. Buildit Construction wishes to be paid for the precast concrete flooring units held at their subcontractor’s works 20km from the site awaiting delivery to six weeks later. Answer: FIDIC 1995 conditions of contract for Design-Build and Turnkey (Orange Book) does not provide for payment for materials held off site. Situation
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