By Jack Masterman
This transparent, well-researched advisor can be important to scholars and practicing development pros alike as they paintings with more than a few development procurement platforms to settle on the method such a lot suited for their wishes.
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Banwell, HMSO, London. REFERENCES 21 5. Economic Development Committee for Building (1967) Action on Banwell Report, National Economic Development Office, London. 6. Higgins, G. and Jessop, N. (1965) Communications in the Building Industry, Tavistock Publications, London. 7. Wood, NEDO, London. 8. Slough Estates Limited (1976) Industrial Investment. A case study in factory building, Slough Estates Ltd, London. 9. Slough Estates Limited (1979) Industrial Investment. A case study in factory building, Slough Estates Ltd, London.
1989) The procurement systems used for the implementation of Industrial and Commercial building projects, unpublished MSc thesis, University of Manchester. 1 INTRODUCTION The unique characteristic of this category of procurement systems is the separation of the responsibility for the design of the project from that of its construction. Even where variants of the basic system allow co-operation between the contractor and the client or his consultants, these two fundamental elements remain as two separate entities.
The criteria for measuring the success of the first project must be agreed by both parties to the contract and procedures for negotiating the second contract established prior to the initial project being let. e. the conventional system (single-stage selective tendering), and a negotiated contract, although the guarantee of continuity does generally result in a more positive commitment from both consultants and contractors on the first project. The statistical survey carried out as part of the Wood Report  grouped continuity and serial contracts together but found that when using both of these variants that: 1.
An Introduction to Building Procurement Systems by Jack Masterman