Sa velikim zadovoljstvom vas obaveštavamo da je Međunarodni savez inženjera konsultanata – FIDIC potpisao značajan sporazum o korišćenju FIDIC Ugovora sa Svetskom bankom.
Prema ovom sporazumu, Svetska Banka je usvojila korištenje šest FIDIC standardnih ugovora u narednih pet godina čime će u potpunosti uključiti FIDIC Uslove ugovaranja u deo svoje standardne dokumentacije prilikom finanisiranja projekata širom sveta. Ugovori iz sporazuma uglavnom obuhvataju FIDIC ugovore iz drugog izdanja iz 2017. godine, koji pokrivaju širok spektar međunarodnih građevinskih i infrastrukturnih ekspertiza, a ovaj korak Svetske banke, kao velike međunarodne finansijske institucije, predstavlja značajnu podršku inženjersko-konsultantskom sektoru i FIDIC Modelima ugovora. U narednom periodu očekuje se još ovakvih sporazuma sa drugim multilateralnim razvojnim bankama.
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FIDIC chief executive Dr Nelson Ogunshakin said: “This is a major development for FIDIC and we are delighted that the World Bank has agreed to adopt our 2017 editions of the Rainbow suite of contracts and use them as a key part of their standard bidding documents. This will create more certainty in the market as by adopting the FIDIC contacts on major projects the World Bank 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.
“Endorsement by the World Bank 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 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 the World Bank and other multilateral development banks’ operating countries.”
Commenting on the signing of the agreement, Enzo De Laurentiis, chief procurement officer at the World Bank, said: “We are very pleased to continue to build on our long collaboration with FIDIC by adopting the standard conditions of contracts in the 2017 suite for use in projects financed by the World Bank, as appropriate and complemented by our Conditions of Particular Application (COPA). Together, the 2017 FIDIC standard conditions and our COPA, will ensure that infrastructure contracts financed by the World Bank continue to be based on an internationally recognised standard and reflect key aspects of our policies and practice related, among others, to managing environmental, social and integrity risks.”
FIDIC president Alain Bentéjac said: “This move by the World Bank represents major international market buy-in for our FIDIC 2017 Second edition contracts 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 World Bank and the other multilateral development banks (MDBs) over the coming years.”
Šest FIDIC ugovornih dokumenata obuhvaćenih sporazumom FIDIC / Svetska banka su:
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