By Phil Griffiths, Simon Birchall, J W RAMUS
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13. PFI: Construction Performance (London: National Audit Office, 2003), p. 6. 14. Achieving Excellence in Construction Procurement Guide 06, op. , p. 10. 15. Code of Practice for Project Management for Construction and Development (Englemere: CIOB, 1992). 16. NJCC, Guidance Note 1 – Joint Venture Tendering for Contracts in the UK (London: RIBA Publications Ltd, 1996), p. 1. 3 Contract selection Introduction It is normal, but not essential, for standard forms of contract to be used as the basis for an agreement between a developer and a contractor.
15. Code of Practice for Project Management for Construction and Development (Englemere: CIOB, 1992). 16. NJCC, Guidance Note 1 – Joint Venture Tendering for Contracts in the UK (London: RIBA Publications Ltd, 1996), p. 1. 3 Contract selection Introduction It is normal, but not essential, for standard forms of contract to be used as the basis for an agreement between a developer and a contractor. The complex nature of construction, together with the high levels of risk often involved, usually mean that the use of a standard form of contract is advisable, certainly for all but the smallest of projects.
The composite nature of contracts Although, for convenience, classifications and type labels such as the foregoing are commonly used, in practice contracts often 28 Contract Practice for Surveyors combine the characteristics of two or more types. McCanlis has pointed out6 that, for example, a lump sum contract based on bills of firm quantities often contains items with provisional quantities requiring re-measurement and therefore such items bear the characteristics of a schedule of rates contract.