On this agreementThe ACE agreements A (l) and A (2) are intended to be used when the consulting engineer is appointed as a senior advisor. ACE agreements B(1) and B(2) are intended to be used when the consulting engineer is appointed directly by the client, but not as a senior advisor. A(1) and B(1) are intended for the provision of services in the field of transport services and A(2) and B(2) are intended for the provision of mechanical and electrical connections with the ace agreements A.1, A.2, B.1 and B.2 published with this publication. This revised edition February 2004 Rosemary is ACE`s contract expert, who knows the agreements by heart. Our agreements and contracts are industry documents that offer current and flexible agreements for both the end customer and the consultants. They offer clarity, transparency and security to those working on a project. In addition to ACE contracts, we sell iCC and FIDIC contracts. In the rare event that a third party is required, ACE may appoint an adjudicator. A full suite is also available in Scotland. All our agreements are available in print and digital form. A license for use by large companies is also available.
Rosemary Beales on what disruptions caused by COVID-19 mean for your legal agreements. ACE agreements are industry documents for the appointment of consultants and engineers who offer current and flexible agreements to clients and consultants. 0ACE. No part of this Agreement may be copied or stored electronically without the express written permission of ACE. ACE cannot assume responsibility for any use to which the contract can be provided. ACE agreements are the industry`s contractual documents for consultation dates. MEMBERSHIP in ACE shows that a company has the experience and skills to provide quality service to its customers. ACE`s Code of Conduct sets high standards and the distinctive ACE logo on member panels is a recognized sign of quality and excellence In order to promote best practices and best practices in the industry, ACE also publishes a series of briefing notes and guides for clients and consultants. „The available information is presented on the ACE website under www.acenet.co.uk A7: Works11 Works are the aspects of the project for which the advisor must provide services. The place is provided for this on the A7. This is especially important if his responsibility does not cover the entire work in the discipline for the entire project. Examples are restrictions on certain phases of a multi-phase project or on works such as curtain facades or drainages, sometimes covered by a statistician and, at other times, by an architect or service engineer.
As with the project description, it is worth mentioning the details of the requirements and, for example, the inclusion of the work in the context of a design and construction contract. A number of work items are listed in A7, which should be modified by deletions or additions to indicate the work items that apply to this Commission. The names of the advisor`s project manager and the client representative, whose designation is required under B2 and 63, should be recorded on A8 and A9. For more information, please contact ACE, Alliance House, 12Caxton Street, London SW1H OQL Tel: 020 7222 6557, Fax: 020 7222 0750 email: firstname.lastname@example.org, website: www.acenet.co.uk The project must be described at the beginning of the memorandum. . . .