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Guide to project team partnering. 2nd edition

Publication Year
2001

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Abstract

Divided into eight main sections; why choose partnering; when should I start looking for partners; added value diagram; how do I select the right partners; how do I ensure that the partnering process works; why a project team-based partnering contract; model heads of terms for a multi-party project partnering contract; and published partnering contracts.


ISBN

1898671214


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Construction Industry Council

The Construction Industry Council is the representative forum for the professional bodies, research organisations and specialist business associations in the construction industry. Their publications include contracts for the appointment of consultants on major building projects.

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