The NEC depends on whether all elements of the subcontracting data are completed and agreed upon. If the parties enter into a NEC relationship without even agreeing on the most basic details (and often it is!), it is not surprising that the result is chaos and financial agony for the subcontractor. Allows the awardee to award a simpler and less risky contract to a subcontractor. It is at the back of the ECSC, but is often used as a subcontractor when the main contract is under the SCT. This contract is for all those who provide a service and not for physical work. Designers are the most obvious party that fits into this category. While they are creating a design for an employer or contractor, they would register and comply with the clauses within the CSP. Most of the clauses in this contract are identical or similar to those in the main ECC contract, so that all contractors, planners and subcontractors have almost the same obligations and procedures as the other. It was added to the family in April 2013 and developed in collaboration with the Association for Project Management.
It is for simpler, less complex tasks than the CSP, such as appointing a small team to manage an ECC contract on behalf of the employer. Z.B. the project manager and supervisor. It is often used as a subcontractor to the CSP for design work. Very similar in detail and complexity of the contractual requirements to the eCC contract above, but allows the contractor to lease the project to a subcontractor who imposes most of the clauses it has in its main contract. There are few differences between the CEC and the SCT, with the exception of changing the names of the parties (contractors and subcontractors) and changing certain deadlines for contractual responses to reflect the time frames set out in the ECC contract. The clauses of these options have been adapted for simpler, less risky jobs (short contracts), for subcontracting use and for professional services such as design as below. If the rules are not used, you, the subcontractor, pay the penalty in the form of the loss of your rights. They must therefore maintain systematic management of all early warnings and compensation events and responses/absences of responses/disagreements, etc. One of the most common causes of NEC problems is that the subcontractor begins work in the absence of properly agreed and detailed subcontracting data. Z clauses are often used by unscrupulous contractors to make life very difficult for their subcontractors. In the worst case scenario, we have seen more than 100 pages of Clause Z making a total mockery of the NEC`s objectives.