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Delay And Disruption In Construction Contracts

Author : Keith Pickavance
ISBN : 1859785085
Genre : Business & Economics
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The first edition of Delay and Disruption in Construction Contracts was reviewed in CILL, June 1998, p1396. This book remains the most comprehensive English work dedicated to delay, disruption and related issues and remains the leader in its field. The second edition considers in detail the implications of recent cases such as Henry Boot Constructions (UK) Limited v Mal Maision Hotel (Manchester) Limited and Ascon Contracting Limited v Alfred McAlpine Construction (Isle of Man) Limited. Further, the second edition is significantly expanded with a number of additional chapters. Of particular interest and importance are the separate chapters on disruption and the use of computers for the presentation of claims. As with the first edition the second edition is highly recommended and essential reading for those dealing with contractual claims.
Category: Business & Economics

Partnering In The Team

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ISBN : 0727725513
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This report promotes the practice of partnering where appropriate in both private and public sectors by establishing best practice benchmarks, facilitating the widest dissemination of good practice, and ensuring the development of appropriate training and education packages. The working group for this guide was chaired by Charles Johnston from the Construction Clients Forum. Partnering includes the concepts of teamwork between supplier and client, and of total continuous improvement. It requires openness between the parties, ready acceptance of new ideas, trust and perceived mutual benefit... We are confident that partnering can bring significant benefits by improving quality and timeliness of completion whilst reducing costs. Sir Michael Latham, Constructing the Team,1 1994, quoting the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply Partnering arrangements are also beneficial between firms... Such arrangements should have the principal objective of improving performance and reducing costs for clients. They should not become cozy . The construction process exists to satisfy the client. Good relationships based on mutual trust benefit clients. Sir Michael Latham, Constructing the Team, 1994 Background The last five years has seen an explosion of interest in the application of partnering to the construction industry following major successes in other industries and other countries. In July 1995 the Construction Industry Board set up its twelfth working group at the request of the Construction Clients Forum. This report is their output following a major literature search, a consultative workshop, and formal consultation amongst the CIB's member bodies. It develops and illustrates Sir Michael Lathams views of partnering whilst setting out to quash a few myths about the subject. Introduction Partnering is a structured management approach to facilitate teamworking across contractual boundaries. Its fundamental components are formalised mutual objectives, agreed problem resolution methods, and an active search for continuous measurable improvements. It should not be confused with other good project management practice, or with long-standing relationships, negotiated contracts or preferred supplier arrangements, all of which lack the structure and objective measures that must support a partnering relationship. The critical success factor for partnering is the commitment of all partners at all levels to make the project a success. The result is that the partnering agreement drives the relationship between parties rather than the contract document. Purpose The purpose of this report is to promote the uptake of good practice in partnering between client and supplier at any point in the supply chain. However it is acknowledged that the extension of partnering down through the supply chain is in its infancy, and the CIB looks forward to examples of success in the future as this is critical for the overall success of construction projects for the client. Readership The report should be read by all construction professionals, clients and their advisers as an introduction to the key principles that distinguish true partnering from other forms of co-operative working practices. Further guidance The report provides a guide to the disciplined framework of partnering, and describes five good examples which were on site at the end of 1996. It is not a code of practice, as there is insufficient experience of its application in construction to date. Neither does it provide detailed step-by-step guidance at the working level, because the working group identified two other reports well suited for this purpose: the Reading Construction Forum's Trusting the Team, 2 and the European Construction Institute's Partnering in the public sector, 3 endorsed by HM Treasury, DOE, the National Audit Office and the Audit Commission. This latter report is significant as it demonstrates how partnering should be applied to projects after award of contract - hence complying with the EC and UK regulations for public sector procurement. The challenge now for UK construction - clients, private and public sector, consultants, contractors, specialists and suppliers, whether as individuals or companies - is to work together to understand and realise the benefits of partnering while managing the pitfalls. The CIB will support this activity by identifying good examples of partnering and ensuring the commercial benefits to all parties are widely promulgated.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Trusting The Team

Author : John Bennett
ISBN : 0704905035
Genre : Architecture
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This report discusses the benefits and costs of partnering and deals with the specifics of the two main types of partnering - project partnering and strategic partnering. It provides practical advice and guidance on how you can apply partnering to your organisation and details the contractual and legal issues.
Category: Architecture

Partnering In The Construction Industry

Author : John Bennett
ISBN : 9781136374760
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Partnering is the most effective way of tackling construction projects. This book explains how clients and construction firms using partnering can achieve ever higher levels of efficiency and certainty to provide world class buildings and infrastructure of all kinds. Detailed guidance about the actions that clients and professionals new to partnering need to take is given followed by advice about the actions individual firms can take to get the maximum benefits from partnering. Finally the book describes how highly developed forms of partnering are developing into strategic collaborative working that turns construction into a genuinely modern industry able to meet all customers’ needs. The book is designed to be used flexibly by a variety of readers, with coloured sections and executive summaries built into the body of the text to enable senior managers to get a quick overview of the guidance provided. The detailed guidance provides those at the workface with the ammunition needed to cooperate with those around them in doing their best work. The guidance is supported by check lists that help ensure everyone involved knows what they need to do to match and then exceed today’s best practice. Construction clients will learn how to get high quality, reliable and fast completion and a firm price that represents best value for money. This book helps everyone in the construction industry be fairly rewarded for delivering best practice. The expert guidance also gives the construction industry the time and resources needed to give proper attention to all aspects of quality including sustainability and total life cycle costs. to match and then exceed today’s best practice.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Substance Misuse

Author : Joy Barlow
ISBN : 9781843106968
Genre : Psychology
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Here, leading international contributors outline holistic and specialist approaches to policy and practice, and highlight the shift in emphasis from immediate risk minimization of substance misuse to long-term recovery, the importance of prevention and the pivotal role of workforce development.
Category: Psychology

A Guide To Project Team Partnering

Author : Construction Industry Research and Information Association
ISBN : 1898671214
Genre : Construction industry
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Category: Construction industry

The H M S Bad Idea

Author : Peter Chiykowski
ISBN : 9781771483704
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Acid balloon fights. Scorpion juggling. Land mine hopscotch. One-way time machines. There are one million books to help you with the good decisions.THE H.M.S. BAD IDEA is the only book that helps you with the bad ones. Welcome aboard the H.M.S. BAD IDEAH! It's a collection of geeky comics celebrating bad ideas, lost causes, and the dumb decisions that start awesome adventures! This book features a guest-illustrated list of hundreds of bad ideas, plus five years of the very best comics by Peter Chiykowski, creator of the Aurora Award-winning webcomic Rock, Paper, Cynic. Illustrations by 40+ guest artists, including: Zach Weiner, SATURDAY MORNING BREAKFAST CEREAL, Rob DenBleyker, CYANIDE AND HAPPINESS, Abby Howard, JUNIOR SCIENTIST POWER HOUR, Ryan North, DINOSAUR COMICS, TO BE OR NOT TO BE, Christopher Hastings, THE ADVENTURES OF DR. MCNINJA, Lar DeSouza, LEAST I COULD DO, Katie Tiedrich, AWKWARD ZOMBIE, and Reza Farazmand, POORLY DRAWN LINES.
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Designing Mobility And Transport Services

Author : Mike Tovey
ISBN : 9781317120452
Genre : Business & Economics
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European cities increasingly face problems caused by transport and traffic. For many people transport provision is unsatisfactory and current arrangements are leading to a deteriorating environment. A fundamental problem is that our currently fragmented approach makes it difficult to understand fully the circumstances and needs of transport users. In any overall approach public transport is a crucial component. Designing Mobility and Transport Services shows how these issues can be addressed and resolved. The development of an inclusive, validated passenger experience measurement instrument is the first step in understanding the situation and thus tackling it. It is needed if we are to create high quality, user centred, integrated, accessible public transport services, which are capable of attracting and retaining public transport users whilst meeting sustainability targets. The METPEX research project was devised to tackle these issues. Coordinated by Coventry University, the METPEX consortium brought together 16 European partners from 12 countries. The project’s underlying rationale was the proposition that if transport operators and authorities were provided with a robust, reliable and tailorable means of measuring the whole multimodal passenger journey, they could improve service provision. The book describes how such an improvement can be achieved, to attract travellers out of their private vehicles, thereby reducing congestion and pollution and increasing health and well-being. It provides a template for a creative approach and a meta-design narrative in designing for transport systems to enhance mobility choices by improving the door to door journey and thus underpin sustainable transport initiatives.
Category: Business & Economics

Partnering And Collaborative Working

Author : Rona Westgate
ISBN : 1138140872
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Partnering and Collaborative Working: Legal and Industry Practice brings together leading construction industry and legal experts to discuss key elements of the partnering process and how they can be implemented.
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