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Email Address. Sign In. For the first few years after its publication, the document was used for all disciplines, whether civil or electrical and mechanical. It soon became evident however that the Red Book conditions did not properly reflect the needs of an electrical and mechanical project, and situations were arising which were not adequately covered by the provisions of the civil conditions. So in May , FIDIC published the first edition of Conditions of Contract prepared exclusively for projects involving the supply and erection of electrical and mechanical plant the Yellow Book.
The Yellow Book is now in its third edition, published in , and this third edition is currently under review for revision and possible preparation of a fourth edition. The author discusses why the yellow book is needed and its content. Article :. DOI: Need Help?
A brief introduction to FIDIC contracts
Design-Build and Turnkey (1995 Orange Book) Guide (1st Ed 1996)
FIDIC has long been renowned for its standard forms of contract for use between employers and contractors on international construction projects, in particular:. Accordingly FIDIC has not only updated the standard forms but has expanded the range, and has - in September - published a suite of four new Standard Forms of Contract which are suitable for the great majority of construction and plant installation projects around the world. Relatively small value, short construction time or involving simple or repetitive work. Larger or more complex projects 1. Is the Employer or the Engineer going to do most of the design? As in traditional projects, e.
Design-Build and Turnkey 1st Ed (1995 Orange Book)
In our case the project was sponsored by the KFW Germany. The FIDIC Contract states under 2,3: "The Employer shall, at the request and cost of the contractor, assist him in applying for permits, licences or approvals, which are required for any part of the works, for delivery including clearance through customs of plant materials and contractor's equipment and for the completion of the works. Such requests may also include requests for the employees assistance in applying for any necessary government consent to the export of contractors equipment when it is removed from site. Contractor are of the opinion, that Contractor is neither the owner of the future project nor of the construction site which has been taken from the former owner by law enforcement and belongs now to the Employer. This we see as our obligation. Contractor is however of the opinion: - that the owner Employer has to obtain the Construction Permit to erect the project as far as technical information is required, the Contractor will assist the Employer ; - that the same applies for the Discharge Permit as far as technical information are required, the Contractor will assist the Employer.