Often, there is confusion between the roles, responsibilities and day-to-day functioning of a Joint Venture versus a Consortium. This post looks deeper into the reasons why and when to use either and their differences.
Contract Management, in general, and liquidated damages, in particular, are serious subjects. Still, in this post, we manage to think about delay LDs drawing from Natalie Imbruglia’s “Torn”: genuine pré-estimate, sole remedies, rates & caps etc.
Contract Risk Scoring is a hot topic. IACCM is actively promoting it. But, as this subject is quite new for many of us, we’ll all have a couple of questions. Here below we provide the answers to the most asked questions on the topic.
Contract Risk Scoring is an effective way to analyse contracts for their risks on commercial and contractual issues. We have applied this on a typical World Bank Contract for PLANT. The Contract Risk Scoring is 25 which means it is a low risk contract. This article provides the report and analysis.
This is a case study of a multicultural negotiation for a privately developed concession to build and operate a hydro-power plant during 30 years. The discussions came to a win-win subject: the specific advantages for each of the stakeholders brought by early generation. This created a positive atmosphere during the negotiations based on trust, respect, transparency and pro-activity. This atmosphere was also beneficial to resolve other subjects that were not themselves win-win situations.
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.