Working on an EPC Contract brings higher risks for Contractors. They have to face all the circumstances that occur during the Project execution, with few exceptions, and still achieve the expected outcome or intended purpose. Is there anything that can counterbalance this exposure to make the project a success? Yes, the opportunity to optimize the EPC scope on the Project.
EPC, standing for Engineering – Procurement – Construction, is a widely used term but not always correctly and these three words do not necessarily make us a lot wiser.
The relationship between Employer [or Owner] and Contractor, when an EPC Contract is correctly established, should be in accordance with certain principles listed in this post.
In this blog specific topics are analysed regarding Contract, Commercial and Project Management. Articles will cover terms & conditions, negotiation, standard contracts (like FIDIC, NEC3, World Bank), specific contract types (EPC, Design & Build) etc.