Module 6: Finalising the Project & Disputes

FIDIC 2017 vs. 1999: What’s Changed?

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In our final module we bring everything together and move on to finalising the project. We cover: enhanced requirements for Taking Over; new provisions for the issue of the Performance Certificate; additional rights for the Contractor to suspend; changed provisions for termination for the Employer’s convenience; changed provisions related to disputes; and lastly, enhanced dispute avoidance provisions.


Module 1: Overview of What Changed in 2017

FIDIC 2017 vs. 1999: What’s Changed?

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In Module 1 we offer a brief introduction to the course before getting into the main content. We then move onto cover: an overview of what’s new in the 2017 suite, changes to notice requirements, clarification of the role of the Engineer and finally, enhanced claims requirements.


Module 2: Obligations of the Employer and Engineer

FIDIC 2017 vs. 1999: What’s Changed?

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In Module 2 we discuss the obligations of the Employer and Engineer. We specifically cover: Employer’s financial arrangements; Employer’s supplied materials and Employer’s equipment; enhanced obligations of the Engineer; changed obligations of the Engineer to attempt to reach agreement and provide determinations and finally, impartiality of the Engineer.


Module 3: Variations

FIDIC 2017 vs. 1999: What’s Changed?

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In Module 3 we delve into Variations. We look at: instructions of the Engineer; changes to the Variation provisions and procedure; and changes to the evaluation of Variations.


Module 4: Programmes and Design

FIDIC 2017 vs. 1999: What’s Changed?

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In Module 4 we move on to discuss programmes and design. We will cover: enhanced requirements of programmes; new advance warning provision; and specific to the Red Book, enhanced design requirements for when design of part of the Works is specified.