Procurement Routes And Contracts.

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Ms. Drew Barryless, Director Drew Private Limited (D.ltd) 123 Low Street Oxford OX6 5PP 10th November 2014 Dear Ms. Drew, Title : Procurement Routes and Contracts Stage 2 Following my previous letter on stage 1 which is briefly about the design project, roles of architects and involving consultants, next, I will continue with stage 2,the Procurement Routes and Contracts,as stated above. 1. I am concerned about your minimal understanding of procurement routes or the confusing array of contracts that exist. Therefore, I will explain what a procurement route is and the advantages and disadvantages of using a standard building contract over a bespoke one at the following pages. 2. Other than that,in addition, I’ll explain about the principles of ‘Design and Built’ and ‘Traditional’ procurement routes and what is most advisable to you with regards to procurement route and contract. Most project, before construction contract is being choosen, it is nearly crucial to think about the most suitable procurement route. This is the way in which the client and contractor will work together to realise the project, and will depend on several factors including quality,risk,timing,budget and the extent to which you, as the client, wish to be involved in the process of construction. As listed below are some different types of Procurement Route that may have you heard before: • Traditional • Design and Build (D&B) • Management • Integrated (Partnering) The choice of procurement route
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