Training & events

FIDIC Contract Management - Foundation

Web class Online, 5 Feb 2018

FIDIC is a widely used contract in Asia, Africa and Europe. The session will help you decide which type of FIDIC Contract is best suited for your project.

This sessions provides an overview of the parties’ main responsibilities when a project is governed by one of the main FIDIC contracts:

  •  Red
  •  Yellow
  • Silver and Green Books (1999)
  • Gold Book (2008)
  • Multilateral Development Banks (MDB) Editions (2010)
  • Subcontract Form for Construction (2011)

The session will help you decide which type of FIDIC Contract is best suited for your project.

Course Content

  • Design and risk allocation
  • Cost / Risk / Design relationship
  • Focus on the Red FIDIC Book (1999 Edition)
  • Responsibilities of the parties
  • The Employer
  • The Contractor
  • The Engineer
  • Exercises and Case Study

Who should attend

  • Project Managers
  • Quantity Surveyors
  • Contract Managers
  • Claim Managers
  • Consulting Engineers
  • Non-Construction Professionals working for  Employers, Contractors, Engineers or Development Banks, and who are about to start support a project managed by one of  FIDIC Contracts

Learning outcomes

  • Differentiate the various FIDIC Conditions Forms of Contract currently in use in the construction industry
  • Decide of a FIDIC Form of Contract for a specific construction project kind
  • Explain the cost/risk/ design balance in the different type of FIDIC Contracts
  • Define who is responsible for the design depending on the type of FIDIC Contract
  • Define who carries the risk in all FIDC Contracts

Price Excl. VAT

£40.00 for RICS members

£40.00 for non-members