Karipska banka za razvoj (CDB) POTPISALA PETOGODIŠNJI UGOVOR O KORIŠĆENJU FIDIC MODELA UGOVORA

11. 07. 2019.

Sa velikim zadovoljstvom vas obaveštavamo da je Međunarodni savez inženjera konsultanata – FIDIC potpisao značajan sporazum o korišćenju FIDIC Ugovora sa Karibskom razvojnom bankom (CDB) prema kojem se usvaja korišćenje devet FIDIC standardnih ugovora u narednih pet godina.

U skladu sa uslovima sporazuma, FIDIC je dodelio CDB-u ekskluzivnu licencu za korišćenje devet FIDIC ugovora. Ugovori uključuju najnovija FIDIC izdanja iz 2017. godine i izdanja iz 1999. godine, koji zajedno pokrivaju širok spektar međunarodnih građevinskih i infrastrukturnih ekspertiza, a potez CDB-a predstavlja još jednu značajnu podršku za inženjersko-konsultantskom sektoru i FIDIC Modelima ugovora, nakon sličnih sporazuma potpisanih sa Svetskom Bankom (WB) i Inter-američkom bankom za razvoj (IDB) ove godine. FIDIC takođe očekuje da će uskoro objaviti dodatne sporazume sa drugim multilateralnim razvojnim bankama. U narednom periodu očekuje se još ovakvih sporazuma sa drugim  multilateralnim razvojnim bankama.

U nastavku možete pogledati ostatak zvaničnog teksta i izjava:

FIDIC chief executive Dr Nelson Ogunshakin

“This is another major development for FIDIC and we are delighted that the CDB has agreed to use our 2017 editions of the Rainbow suite of contracts, as well as the 1999 editions, as an accepted form of contract for use with their standard bidding documents. This will create more certainty in the market as by facilitating the use of FIDIC contacts on major projects the CDB is saying that they endorse the fair and balanced approach that these documents offer to parties on major construction contracts. The familiarity that the FIDIC contracts bring make it easier to get projects underway as many of the typical commercial risks are clearly addressed in the contracts and all the parties understand their obligations and responsibilities.

“The CDB’s endorsement should provide additional comfort to the financial, institutional and private equity investors operating in the global market to adopt the use of FIDIC standard procurement contracts as an effective tool to mitigate the risk associated with investable infrastructure asset class. Over the coming months, we will also be working with our member associations and strategic partners to ensure that the FIDIC 2017 contract editions are translated into five major languages – Arabic, Chinese, French, Portuguese and Spanish – to aid effective use across all the other multilateral development banks’ operating countries.”

 

Head of procurement at CDB Doug Fraser 

“We are very pleased to sign this agreement with FIDIC. It provides our borrowing member countries with the ability to use internationally recognised and balanced forms of contract to further their project-specific and development objectives.”

FIDIC president Alain Bentéjac:

“We are delighted to see this move by the CDB, which represents further major international market buy-in for our FIDIC forms of contract and one that we hope will also influence the supply chain to adopt FIDIC contracts thereby creating even more certainty in the planning and delivery of major international construction and infrastructure projects. We look forward to continuing our strong partnership with the CDB, the World Bank and other multilateral development banks (MDBs) over the coming years.”

Devet FIDIC ugovornih dokumenata obuhvaćenih sporazumom FIDIC / CDB su:

  • Conditions of Contract for Construction for Building and Engineering Works Designed by the Employer (“Red book”), First edition 1999;
  • Conditions of Contract for Construction for Building and Engineering Works Designed by the Employer (“Red book”), Second edition 2017;
  • Conditions of Contract for Plant & Design-Build for Electrical & Mechanical Plant & for Building & Engineering Works Designed by the Contractor (“Yellow book”), First edition 1999;
  • Conditions of Contract for Plant & Design-Build for Electrical & Mechanical Plant & for Building & Engineering Works Designed by the Contractor (“Yellow book”), Second edition 2017;
  • Conditions of Contract for EPC Turnkey Projects (“Silver book”), First Edition, 1999;
  • Conditions of Contract for EPC Turnkey Projects (“Silver book”), Second Edition, 2017;
  • Client/Consultant Model Services Agreement (”White book”), Fifth Edition 2017;
  • Conditions of Contract for Design, Build and Operate Projects (“Gold book”) First Edition 2008; and
  • The Short Form of Contract (“Green book”), First Edition 1999.