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Electrical installations and appliances in the homes of thousands of Hong Kong government employees are being maintained under an NEC3 Term Service Contract (TSC).
The UK government’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) has successfully procured a new explosive materials research centre using NEC.
Completed in August 2017, the 210-place local-authority-maintained facility replaces an existing 150-place school on an adjacent site.
A £28 million, NEC-procured resilience project was completed for Anglian Water in May 2017 at Grafham Water Treatment Works near Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire.
The Ministry of Defence is using an NEC4-based framework to procure a £1.3 billion, 10-year refit of its nuclear submarine base on the Clyde estuary in Scotland.
One of the Hong Kong government’s early pilots of the NEC contract suite was for improving the interchange between Yuen Long Highway (part of Route 9) and Castle Peak Road next to Pok Oi hospital.
A local council in New Zealand’s north island has successfully used an NEC4 works contract to upgrade 3km of urban water supply mains. 2018-2019
The Environment Agency has used NEC contracts to procure a vital new coastal flood defence in eastern England.
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The NEC4 suite of contracts is an evolution of NEC3.
It reflects procurement and project management developments and emerging best practice, with improvements in flexibility, clarity and the ease of administration.
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