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NEC Managing Reality, 2nd edition. Book 3: Managing the contract

Author(s): Barry Trebes and Bronwyn Mitchell

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Publication date: 31 October 2012
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Managing Reality is a series of books written by NEC experts well versed in using NEC3 in industry that explains how NEC3 can be used to optimum benefit in everyday environments. Ultimately, this suite of books forms the complete and authoritative guide to getting the most from NEC3 for your projects. The books are based on usage of the NEC's co

Managing Reality is a series of books written by NEC experts well versed in using NEC3 in industry that explains how NEC3 can be used to optimum benefit in everyday environments. Ultimately, this suite of books forms the complete and authoritative guide to getting the most from NEC3 for your projects.

The books are based on usage of the NEC’s core document – the Engineering and Construction Contract – although the principles and procedures they discuss apply equally across all the documents in the NEC suite.

Managing Reality, 2nd edition, places great emphasis on offering ‘practical tips’ at appropriate points in the text and highlighted examples. Standard forms are included with their usage explained together with checklists. Managing Reality, 2nd edition, are practical manuals designed to aid both existing and new users in implementing the NEC, vital for anyone involved in preparing, administering or contributing to a NEC contract.

Managing Reality Book 3 Managing the Contract is essentially for those who 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.

Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9780727757227
Number of pages: 106
Product code: 9780727757227
Page size: 297x210mm
Publication status: Published
Publisher: ICE Publishing

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