This one day course provides an overview of the I Chem E (Green Book) conditions of contract highlighting key areas of importance for those responsible for administering and supervising work executed under this standard form.
To enable selected delegates obtain a working knowledge of the I Chem E Process
Plant Subcontract Conditions.
Aims & Objectives:
To enable delegates:-
- Know the available documentation for the I Chem E conditions
- Deal with ambiguities and discrepancies in documents
- Understand the principal duties and powers of the Contractor
- Understand the principal duties and powers of the Subcontractor
- Appreciate how the time related provisions of the conditions operate
- Appreciate how the monetary related provisions of the conditions operate
- Be aware of the means by which disputes may be resolved
Session 1 I Chem E Contract Documentation
Available documentation; contract Documents; mistakes and conflict in documentation; definitions.
Session 2 The Contractor and his Agents
The role of the Contractor and his Agents; powers and duties
Session 3 The Subcontractor and his Agents
The role of the Subcontractor and his Agents; powers and duties.
Session 4 Sundry Issues
Subcontracting; insurance; administration.
Session 5 Time for the Subcontract Works
Possession; times of completion; approved programme; delays; damages for delay; completion of construction; taking over; suspension of the subcontract works.
Session 6 Payment for the Subcontract Works
Sufficiency of subcontract rates and prices; variations; subcontractors variations; valuation of variations; payment; provisional and prime cost sums; final certificate.
Session 7 Dispute Resolution
The available options for resolving disputes
Delegates will be expected to:
- have a working knowledge of the construction industry
- bring with them copies of the I Chem E Yellow and Brown Books
This Course is suitable for those involved in the procurement, management
and commercial administration of subcontracts carried out under the I Chem
E subcontract conditions.