We’ve recently developed this guide for our network of customers and contractors. It walks you through how the initial concept started and then onto key considerations for you to think about when using Alliancing contracts today. It’s been written for those who want to develop an introductory understanding of the contract and how our sector uses it.
You can download a copy of our Guide to Alliancing Contracts here.
Depending on your knowledge level you can filter through the introductory information straight to what’s relevant to you.
Content includes –
- A Background to Alliancing Contracts
- What is Alliancing?
- Is Alliancing the same as Partnering?
- Key Alliancing Approaches
- Standard Forms of Alliancing Contracts
- Considering the Use of Alliancing Contracts
- What is SEC Doing to in Relation to Alliancing
Please download the document and use it within your organisation. It’s a part of our commitment to utilising the Government’s report on ‘Constructing the Gold Standard.’ We’ve also introduced our own Framework Alliancing Agreement – it includes aims, objectives and a KPI structure which enables us to support you to get the best from an Alliancing approach.
If you’ve any questions on the content or would like to discuss how it could work within your organisation when using a SEC framework then please contact our Technical Partnerships Manager Jenna Hicken – email@example.com / 0208 036 0004.
Interested in learning more about Constructing the Gold Standard? We’re publishing regular news posts on the report along with factsheets for our network. View them here – Constructing the Gold Standard – South East Consortium