The Use of FIDIC Yellow Book While Entering into Contract Agreements
This workshop is intended for companies' executives, lawyers, engineers and other experts who participate in the design, execution and appraisal of contract agreements, which combine engineering, infrastructural, mechanical, electrical and construction works.
- to advise the attendees of main processes and procedures necessary for an executive officer or other authorised person during the preparation and further execution of a FIDIC Yellow Book based contract for construction developed by the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC);
- to inform about issues and pitfalls, which arise in the territory of Russia during the execution of the above contracts;
- to review matters and case studies, which enable to increase reliability and economic efficiency of a project notwithstanding the adverse conditions.
- to advise the attendees of abbreviations, acronyms and concepts applied while entering into and further execution of FIDIC Yellow Book based contracts;
- to introduce overall concept of entering into FIDIC Yellow Book based contract;
- to inform the attendees about the risks connected with FIDIC Yellow Book based contracts as well as to advise on how the reliable partners are to be selected;
- to inform about the matters concerning risk sharing;
- to instruct the attendees as to the correct and proper entering into FIDIC Yellow Book based Contracts.
Following the workshop, the attendees will be able:
- to acquire contemporary knowledge and vision connected with entering into contract agreements, which combine engineering, infrastructural, mechanical, electrical and construction works.
- to understand the ways of reliable and lawful approach under FIDIC Yellow Book conditions, including those under recessionary circumstances;
- to get acquainted with the major techniques of design and further entering into and support of contracts using case studies and individual work.
The duration of this workshop is 16 hrs. (2 days, 8 academic hours each day).
Informative. Case studies include the attendees' cases; we shall review the matters concerning practices of contract design and the appraisal of contracts submitted by the attendees (such contracts must be emailed to us not later than 3 days prior to commencement).
The workshop fees include handouts, CD with FIDIC Yellow Book clause-by-clause commentaries, coffee and lunch breaks. The attendees will receive the Certificate confirming their participation in our training programme.