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NEC CONTRACTS WORKS


NEC3 COMPLeTe SUITE OF 30 DOcuMenTs 978 0 7277 3675 8 / July 2005 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 1918 pages The NEC3 complete family comprises all 30 NEC3 documents listed in this booklet. Buying the whole suite together represents a significant saving on buying all documents individually. NEC3 EnGineeRinG anD COnsTRucTiOn COnTRacT OPTiOn C: TaRGeT cOnTRacT wiTH acTiViTY scHeDuLe 978 07277 3362 7 / July 2005 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 71 pages Option C is a target cost contract with an activity schedule where the out-turn financial risks are shared between the Client and the Contractor in an agreed proportion. This document contains all the core and secondary option clauses, the schedules of cost components, and contract data relevant to an Option C contract. NEC3 EnGineeRinG anD COnsTRucTiOn COnTRacT OPTiOn D: TaRGeT cOnTRacT wiTH biLL OF QuanTiTies 978 07277 3363 4 / July 2005 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 72 pages Option D is a target cost contract with a bill of quantities where the out-turn financial risks are shared between the Client and the Contractor in an agreed proportion. This document contains all the core and secondary option clauses, the schedules of cost components, and contract data relevant to an Option D contract.

NEC3 EnGineeRinG anD COnsTRucTiOn COnTRacT (ECC) 978 07277 3359 7 / July 2005 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 89 pages NEC3 Engineering and Construction Contract is the core document from which the Options A-F are extracted. It contains all core clauses and secondary option clauses, together with the schedules of cost components and forms for contract data. NEC3 EnGineeRinG anD COnsTRucTiOn COnTRacT OPTiOn A: PRiceD cOnTRacT wiTH acTiViTY scHeDuLe 978 07277 3360 3 / July 2005 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 65 pages Option A is a priced contract with an activity schedule where the risk of carrying out the work at the agreed prices is largely borne by the contractor. This document contains all the clauses, the shorter schedule of cost components, and contract data, relevant to an Option A contract. NEC3 EnGineeRinG anD COnsTRucTiOn COnTRacT OPTiOn B: PRiceD cOnTRacT wiTH biLL OF QuanTiTies 978 07277 3361 0 / July 2005 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 67 pages Option B is a priced contract with a bill of quantities where the risk of carrying out the work at the agreed prices is largely borne by the contractor. This document contains all the core and secondary option clauses, the shorter schedule of cost components, and contract data, relevant to an Option B contract.

NEC3 EnGineeRinG anD COnsTRucTiOn COnTRacT OPTiOn E: COsT ReiMbuRsabLe cOnTRacT 978 07277 3364 1 / July 2005 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 72 pages Option E is a cost reimbursable type contract where the financial risk is taken largely by the client. This document contains all the core clauses and secondary option clauses the schedules of cost components, and contract data, relevant to an Option E contract.

NEC3 EnGineeRinG anD COnsTRucTiOn COnTRacT OPTiOn F: ManaGeMenT cOnTRacT 978 07277 3365 8 / July 2005 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 64 pages Option F is a cost reimbursable management contract where the financial risk is taken largely by the client. This document contains all the core clauses and secondary option clauses the schedules of cost components, and contract data, relevant to an Option F contract.

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NEC CONTRACTS WORKS


NEC3 EnGineeRinG anD COnsTRucTiOn COnTRacT GuiDance NOTes 978 07277 3366 5 / July 2005 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 162 pages These guidance notes explain the background to the Engineering and Construction Contract, the reasons for some of its provisions and provide guidance on how to use it. They covers usage of all the six A-F options. An introductory section explains NEC objectives, application and project organisation, followed by sections on contract strategy and preparing tender documents. The bulk of the book is then devoted to explanations of the clauses and schedule of cost components with worked examples of contract data forms provided. NEC3 EnGineeRinG anD COnsTRucTiOn COnTRacT FLOw CHaRTs 978 07277 3367 2 / July 2005 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 130 pages To enable users to understand the operation of the Engineering and Construction Contract, this book contains flow charts which set out the procedural logic of the 75 clauses that can be presented with benefit by flow charting. NEC3 EnGineeRinG anD COnsTRucTiOn SubcOnTRacT (ECS) 978 07277 3368 9 / July 2005 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 87 pages The Subcontract is intended for use in appointing a subcontractor where the contractor has been appointed under the NEC3 Engineering and Construction Contract. It contains core clauses, main option clauses for relevant A-E main options, the available secondary options, schedules of cost components and contract data. NEC3 EnGineeRinG anD COnsTRucTiOn SHORT SubcOnTRacT (ECSS) 978 07277 3369 6 / July 2005 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 33 pages The Short Subcontract can be used as a subcontract to NEC3 Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC) and NEC3 Engineering and Construction Short Contract (ECSC). It should be used with contracts which do not require sophisticated management techniques, comprise straightforward work and impose only low risks on both the contractor and the subcontractor. It contains the subcontract clauses and contract data forms. NEC3 EnGineeRinG anD COnsTRucTiOn SHORT COnTRacT (ECSC) 978 07277 3372 6 / July 2005 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 28 pages The Short Contract is an alternative to NEC3 Engineering and Construction Contract and is for use with contracts which do not require sophisticated management techniques, comprise straightforward work and impose only low risks on both the Employer and the Contractor. This document contains the contract clauses and the form for contract data. NEC3 EnGineeRinG anD COnsTRucTiOn SHORT COnTRacT GuiDance NOTes anD FLOw CHaRTs 978 07277 3373 3 / July 2005 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 90 pages These guidance notes explain the provisions of the Short Contract package through its three stages, inviting tenders, making an offer and agreeing a contract. Notes are then provided on the clauses and methods of joining disputes with main contract disputes. Worked examples are provided of the contract data forms, together with flow charts which set out the procedural logic.

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NEC CONTRACTS SERVICES


NEC3 PROFessiOnaL SeRVices COnTRacT (PSC) 978 07277 3370 2 / July 2005 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 62 pages The Professional Services Contract is intended for use in the appointment of a supplier to provide professional services. It can be used for appointing project managers, supervisors, designers, consultants or other suppliers under NEC contracts and can also be used for appointing suppliers on nonNEC construction projects or for non-construction projects. This document contains the core clauses, the relevant main option clauses, the secondary option clauses and the contract data. NEC3 PROFessiOnaL SeRVices COnTRacT GuiDance NOTes anD FLOw CHaRTs 978 07277 3371 9 / July 2005 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 160 pages These guidance notes explain the structure of the Professional Services Contract and the reasons for its provisions. The main options, dispute resolution options and the secondary options are all explained. Explanatory notes are then provided on individual clauses and contract data. Flow charts then set out the procedural logic. NEC3 TeRM SeRVice COnTRacT (TSC) 978 07277 3376 4 / July 2005 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 60 pages The Term Service Contract is intended to be used for the appointment of a supplier for a period of time to manage and provide a service. This document contains the core clauses, the three main option clauses, secondary option clauses and contract data forms. NEC3 TeRM SeRVice COnTRacT GuiDance NOTes 978 07227 3377 1 / July 2005 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 79 pages These guidance notes place the Term Service Contract into context with the rest of the NEC suite of documents. They then set out the background to the contract, its provisions and guidance on when and how to use it. The procedure for setting up a contract is covered and explanations are given on the meanings of individual clauses. Finally appendices cover the clause numbering system, sample form of tender, sample form of agreement, use as a subcontract, form of performance bond and price list. NEC3 TeRM SeRVice COnTRacT FLOw CHaRTs 978 07277 3378 8 / July 2005 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 113 pages To enable users to understand the operation of the Term Service Contract, this book contains flow charts which set out the procedural logic of the 57 clauses that can be presented with benefit by flow charting.

NEC3 TeRM SeRVice SHORT COnTRacT (TSSC) 978 07277 3618 5 / March 2009 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 26 pages The NEC3 Term Service Short Contract should be used for the appointment of a supplier for a period of time to manage and provide a service. This contract is an alternative to the NEC3 Term Service Contract and is for use with contracts which do not require sophisticated management techniques, comprise straightforward work and impose only low risks on both the Employer and the Contractor. NEC3 TeRM SeRVice SHORT COnTRacT GuiDance NOTes anD FLOw CHaRTs 978 07277 3619 2 / March 2009 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 85 pages These guidance notes explain the provisions of the Term Service Short Contract when it is used for a simple, low risk contract. The flow charts show the procedural logic on which the TSSC is based and are published in this volume for reference.

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NEC CONTRACTS SUPPLY


SuPPLY COnTRacT 978 07277 3656 7 / Dec 2009 / Paperbound / 297x210mm / 47 pages This contract should be used for local and international procurement of high-value goods and related services including design SuPPLY COnTRacT GuiDance NOTes 978 07277 3659 8 / Dec 2009 / Paperbound / 297x210mm / 85 pages The purpose of these guidance notes is to explain the background of the SC, the reasons for some of its provisions and to provide guidance on how to use it. SuPPLY COnTRacT FLOw CHaRTs 978 07277 3662 8 / Dec 2009 / Paperbound / 297x210mm / 95 pages These flow charts depict the procedures followed when using the NEC3 Supply Contract (SC). They are intended to help people using the SC to see how the various SC core clauses and Options come together to produce clear and precise sequences of action for the people involved.
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SuPPLY SHORT COnTRacT 978 07277 3665 9 / Dec 2009 / Paperbound / 297x210mm / 15 pages This contract should be used for local and international procurement of goods under a single order or on a batch order basis and is for use with contracts which do not require sophisticated management techniques and impose only low risks on both the Purchaser and the Supplier SuPPLY SHORT COnTRacT GuiDance NOTes anD FLOw CHaRTs 978 0 7277 3668 0 / Dec 2009 / Paperbound / 297x210mm / 83 pages This document contains guidance notes on the NEC3 Supply Short Contract, which explain how to complete the SSC when it is used for a simple, low risk contract. The accompanying flow charts depict the procedures followed when using the contract. NEC3 SuPPLY BunDLe 978 0 7277 4066 3 / Paperbound / 297x210mm / 325 pages This specially priced bundle includes all 5 NEC3 supply documents for a specially discounted price and represents a significant saving on buying all documents separately.

NEC3 ADJuDicaTORs COnTRacT (AC) 978 07277 3374 0 / July 2005 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 11 pages The NEC3 Adjudicators Contract should be used for the appointment of an Adjudicator to decide disputes under the NEC family of contracts. It may also be used for the appointment of an Adjudicator under other forms of contract. This document contains the clauses, form of agreement and contract data. NEC3 ADJuDicaTORs COnTRacT GuiDance NOTes anD FLOw CHaRTs 978 07277 3375 7 / July 2005 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 24 pages These guidance notes explain the usage of the contract, procedures for appointing an Adjudicator, the nature of the form of agreement. Explanations are then provided on the individual clauses and a worked example of contract data is provided. The second part of the book contains flow charts which set out the procedural logic of the 5 clauses that can be presented with benefit by flow charting.

NEC3 FRaMewORK COnTRacT (FC) 978 07277 3379 5 / July 2005 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 10 pages The Framework Contract is an entirely new NEC document and is intended for use in the appointment of one or more suppliers to carry out construction work or to provide design or advisory services on an as instructed basis over a set term. This document contains the core clauses and the contract data forms. NEC3 FRaMewORK COnTRacT GuiDance NOTes anD FLOw CHaRTs 978 07277 3380 1 / July 2005 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 26 pages These guidance notes provide information on preparing and managing framework contracts, and worked examples of contract data. Also provided are flow charts which set out the operational logic of the contract. NEC3 PROcuReMenT anD COnTRacT STRaTeGies 978 0 7277 4065 6 / December 2009 Paperbound / 297x210mm / 23 pages NEW EDITION FULLY EXPANDED TO COVER THE NEC3 SUPPLY CONTRACTS This document provides guidance for users of NEC in determining the procurement and contract strategies to meet project objectives and in the application of NEC3 contracts in meeting these strategies.

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NEC MANUALS AND BOOKS


A five-volume set of manuals on how to use the ECC
Bronwyn Mitchell and Barry Trebes

NEC3 MANAGING REALITY SiNCe iTS LAUNCH iN THe eARLy 1990s, THe NEC HAS BeCOMe A TRULy GROUNDBReAKiNG CONCepT wHiCH HAS RevOLUTiONiSeD THe wAy CONSTRUCTiON CONTRACTS ARe pROCUReD AND MANAGeD, ReSULTiNG iN MAJOR BeNefiTS iN TiMe, COST AND QUALiTy.
COMPLeTe seT OF FiVe ManuaLs in a sLiPcase 0 7277 3397 4 / Paperbound 297x210mm / 740 pages

In order to take full advantage of the NECs benefits it is necessary to introduce a culture of partnering and changes in working procedures and practices. NEC Managing Reality is a series of manuals written by NEC experts well-versed in using the NEC at the coal-face, that aims to explain how the NEC can be used to optimum benefit in everyday environments. The manuals are based on the usage of the NECs core document the Engineering and Construction Contract although the principles and procedures they discuss apply equally across all documents in the NEC suite. They cover both the current version of NEC, NEC3 as well as its predecessor, NEC2. NEC Managing Reality places great emphasis on offering practical tips at appropriate points and providing examples to highlight points. Standard forms are included with their usage explained together with checklists. They are practical manuals designed to aid both existing and new users in implementing and using the NEC.

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NEC MANUALS
1 InTRODucTiOn TO THe EnGineeRinG anD COnsTRucTiOn COnTRacT This manual is aimed at those who are considering using the NEC but need further information, or those who are already using the NEC but need further insight into its rationale. It therefore focuses on the fundamental cultural changes and mind-shift that are required to successfully manage the practicalities of the NEC in use. It covers: background to the NEC; what is the NEC; why is the NEC different; conventions; concepts; terminology; terminology not used in the NEC; other aspects of the NEC; roles; description of the roles; list of duties. 0 7277 3392 3 / Paperbound 297x210mm / 104 pages 2 PROcuRinG an EnGineeRinG anD COnsTRucTiOn COnTRacT This manual is aimed at those who need to know how to procure an NEC contract. It covers in practical detail the various processes and steps which need to be gone through. It covers: what is involved in procuring an NEC contract; how to put together an invitation to tender and responding to a tender; procurement scenarios; choosing contract main options; allocating risks under various contract types; secondary options; completing the contract data; guidelines on producing works information; general rules in drafting works information; clauses to be incorporated into works information. 0 7277 3393 1 / Paperbound 297x210mm / 196 pages 3 ManaGinG THe cOnTRacT This manual is aimed at those who are or will need to use the contract on a daily basis, covering the detail of practical management such as paying the contractor, reviewing the programme, ensuring the quality of the works and dispute resolution. Both first time and experienced practitioners will benefit from this book. It covers: payment procedures; invoicing; payment procedure at completion, after completion and after defects date; control of time; the programme what it is, what is included, submission of the first programme, acceptance, its usage, its revision and acceleration; quality control and management, who is responsible; notifying, correcting and accepting defects; disputes and dispute resolution; causes of disputes; adjudication; alternative dispute resolution techniques, arbitration and litigation. 0 7277 3394 X / Paperbound 297x210mm / 136 pages 4 ManaGinG cHanGe Changing cultures, management practices and procedures is a key component of successfully implementing NEC contracts. This manual is aimed at helping users to manage the process more effectively. It covers: compensation events what are they, where to find a list, how to identify, quotations, assessment of quotations; implementation; schedule of cost components when they are used, how they interact with the payment clauses; actual cost; the fee; cost components; contract data part two; putting it all together; audits; working on multiple projects on the same site. 0 7277 3395 8 / Paperbound 297x210mm / 208 pages 5 ManaGinG PROceDuRes This manual gives step-by-step guidance on how to apply the most commonly used procedures, detailing the actions needed by all parties to comply with the contract. It covers: contract administration records to maintain, review meetings, how to use NEC procedures. 0 7277 3396 6 / Paperbound 297x210mm / 96 pages

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