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Which Contract?: Choosing the Appropriate Building Contract

Author/EditorLupton, Sarah (Author)
Manos Stellakis (Author)
Publisher: RIBA Publishing
ISBN: 9781859468586
Pub Date01/06/2019
BindingPaperback
Pages380
Edition0
Dimensions (mm)246(h) * 189(w)
The sixth edition has been updated to cover the latest UK building contracts, as well as brand new coverage of international contracts, used by global companies. Presented in an accessible and user-friendly style, Which Contract? helps to break down your contract options with expert analysis, comparative tables and diagrams.
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Since the first edition published in 1989, Which Contract? Choosing the Appropriate Building Contract has been the most reliable and essential comparative analysis of the standard forms of building contract available in the UK. Which Contract? provides architects and other construction professionals with indispensable guidance on how to identify the most appropriate procurement strategy and contract for any given set of circumstances. The sixth edition has been updated to cover the latest UK building contracts, as well as brand new coverage of international contracts, used by global companies. Presented in an accessible and user-friendly style, Which Contract? helps to break down your contract options with expert analysis, comparative tables and diagrams. The 6th edition of Which Contract? Choosing the Appropriate Building Contract 6th Edition is an essential desktop companion to any built environment trying to navigate the contemporary procurement landscape before starting a new project.

Since the first edition published in 1989, Which Contract? Choosing the Appropriate Building Contract has been the most reliable and essential comparative analysis of the standard forms of building contract available in the UK. Which Contract? provides architects and other construction professionals with indispensable guidance on how to identify the most appropriate procurement strategy and contract for any given set of circumstances. The sixth edition has been updated to cover the latest UK building contracts, as well as brand new coverage of international contracts, used by global companies. Presented in an accessible and user-friendly style, Which Contract? helps to break down your contract options with expert analysis, comparative tables and diagrams. The 6th edition of Which Contract? Choosing the Appropriate Building Contract 6th Edition is an essential desktop companion to any built environment trying to navigate the contemporary procurement landscape before starting a new project.

Professor Sarah Lupton MA, DipArch, LLM, RIBA, Carb. is a practising architect (partner at Lupton Stellakis), course director for the Diploma/MA in Professional Studies at Cardiff University and a specialist in design liability and construction contract law. Professor Manos Stellakis BSc(1st Class Honours)Arch, DipArch, MScEcon, RIBA, RIAS. is an architect, designer and development consultant with over 34 years' experience. He is a Partner in the London-based practice of Lupton Stellakis.

Introduction Thinking about contracts Establishing a contract profile Which procurement method? Which type of contract? Which contract form? JCT NEC CIOB ACA ICC RIBA FMB JCLI SBCC (to be checked for latest editions) PACE CIC BIM Protocol FIDIC AIA Choice scenarios Index

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