Published: 01 Aug 2011
Like the measurement version of the Infrastructure Condition of Contract, the Ground Investigation Version is based on the traditional pattern of an investigation designed by a Engineer and carried out by a Specialist Contractor.
These Conditions are intended for the situration where the Employer wishes to develop a site and has geotechnical specialists to advise him and who will carry out any initial desk study, identify the geotechnical requirements of the project and design a ground investigation to suit those requirements.
The Investigation may include all or some of the following:
Site operations including drilling, digging pits, surveys etc.
Ancillary Works, being permanent items left behind, e.g. piezometers.
Reporting requirements The extent of these will vary depending on the needs of individual projects and whether the purpose is for feasibility study of a full design investigation.
This new document maintains the concepts set down in the ICE Conditions of Contract Ground Investigation Version, first published in 1983 and updated in 2003.
Contents of Infrastructure Condition of Contract
Index to Infrastructure Conditions of Contract
Infrastructure Conditions of Contract Ground Investigation
Definitions and interpretation
Engineer and Engineer's representative
Assignment and sub-contrating
Materials and workmanship
Commencement time and delays
Liquidated damages for delay
Certificate of substantial completion
Outstanding work and effects
Alterations, additions and omissions
Procedure for additional payment
Property in materials and contractor's equipment
Provisional and prime cost sums and nominated sub-contrats
Certificates and payment
Remedies and powers
Avoidance and settlement of disputes
Application to Scotland and Northern Ireland
The construction (Design and Management) regulations 2007
Form of tender
Appendix to form of tender
Form of agreement
ICE form of bond
Contract price fluctuations
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