NEC3: How to use BIM with NEC3 Contracts

NEC3: How to use BIM with NEC3 Contracts
  • Publish Date: 01/04/2014 14:16:07
  • Publisher: Thomas Telford
  • Page Size: 297 x 210
  • Number of Pages: 6
Where the client’s requirements include the provision of a building information model (BIM), the technical requirements will need to be set out in the contract documentation. This should clearly establish who is to provide what information, in what timescale and to what format and detail. 
This guide sets out some practical steps on using BIM with NEC3 Contracts, dealing with the contractual and technical matters that arise.

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• Foreword v
• Preface vii
• Acknowledgements viii
• Introduction 1
• Incorporating BIM into NEC3 contracts 1
• Using the CIC Protocol 4
• ECC additional clause 6
• ECS additional clause 6
• PSC additional clause

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