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Fédération Internationale des Ingénieurs-Conseils
International Federation of Consulting Engineers
International Federation of Consulting Engineers To be the recognized global voice for the consulting engineering industry
Founded in 1913 with headquarters in Geneva
To promote the business interests of suppliers of technology-based intellectual services for the built and natural environment
Fédération Internationale des Ingénieurs-Conseils – World Trade Center 2 – CH-1215 Genève 15 – www.FIDIC.org
Representing nearly 1 million professionals in 73 countries
Iran. Netherlands. United States Australia. New Zealand. Italy. Israel. Morocco. Philippines. Germany. Croatia. Vietnam Albania. Latvia. Romania. Estonia. India. Ecuador. Slovakia. France. Czech Republic. Zimbabwe Canada. China (PRC. Thailand. Lithuania Luxembourg. Uganda. Iceland. Hungary. Hong Kong). Turkey. Denmark. Ireland. Tanzania. Slovenia. Tunisia. Indonesia. Bahrain. Bulgaria. Norway. Austria. Korea. Portugal. Switzerland. Sri Lanka. Greece. Spain. Taiwan.Revenues Documents Events & Training 50% Member fees 50% Botswana. Netherlands Antilles. Pakistan. Ghana. South Africa. Singapore. Namibia. Bangladesh. Zambia. Mexico. Egypt. Poland. Kenya. Belgium. Suriname. Nepal. Belarus. Saudi Arabia. UK . Nigeria. Malaysia. Japan. Sweden. Finland.
org/gama ASPAC Asia-Pacific group www.fepac.fidic.org.fidic.org/fepac African Union ASEAN Technical Development Program for Asia (TCDPAP) Regional Federations FEPAC Panamerican Federation of Consultants www.br EFCA European Federation of Engineering Consultancy Associations www.Regional organizations Groups of Member Associations GAMA Group of Africa Member Associations www.org NAFTA European Union .efcanet.
Consulting engineering Technology-based services supplied by the consulting engineering industry Total construction cost FIDIC national Member Associations Industry staff represented Firms represented Main sectors supplied by the industry .transport .000 54% 20% 14% 12% . water & waste $110 billion $2700 billion 73 1 million 30.drainage.industrial & commercial buildings & facilities .land development .
Strategic objectives What FIDIC does Represent globally the consulting engineering industry Enhance the image of consulting engineers What FIDIC offers the industry Be the authority on issues relating to business practice Promote the development of a global and viable consulting engineering industry What are FIDIC’s governing principles Promote quality Actively promote conformance to a code of ethics and to integrity Promote commitment to sustainable development .
Principles Quality services Value for the client Cost efficiency Impartiality Best practice Standard contract documents Policies and guidelines Fair allocation of risks and responsibilities Sustainability Long-term perspective Respect for the environment Project-level focus High standards Performance Know how Integrity Selection by ability Quality of proposals Skills and experience Fair remuneration Capacity building International co-operation Training and transfer of know-how Manuals .
org Distribute updated information and services to members and society .FIDIC. contractors and consultants involved in development International agencies Keep the consulting engineering industry’s concerns on the agenda Strategic partnerships Liasion Maintain communication between members.Activities Annual conferences Provide a meeting place for clients. committees and other organizations Publications Establish best practice procedures Publish contracts for the infrastructure industry Training Capacity building for the consulting industry in both developed and developing economies www.
Regular meetings as the industry’s voice Biennial Meeting of the International Lending Agencies with the Consulting Industry The World Bank Asian Development Bank European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Inter-American Development Bank African Development Bank Islamic Development Bank BIMILACI WB ADB EBRD IADB ADB IDB Strategic partnerships .International agencies Keep the consulting engineering industry’s concerns on the agenda .Joint activities to develop business practice International Standards Organization International Labour Organization World Federation of Engineering Organizations United Nations Environment Program Confederation of International Contstruction Associations Transparency International Federation of Consultants from Islamic Countries ISO ILO WFEO UNEP CICA TI FCIC .
Accountant Contracts Conference Business Practice Finance Capacity Building Membership Committees Task Forces Integrity Management Regional Groupings Sustainable Development Young Professionals Association Presidents Quality Management Directors and Secretaries Risk Management Forums .Organization General Assembly 2 .6 delegates per Member Association Executive Committee 9 elected members. including Managing Director. General Manager. Treasurer Secretariat 5 staff. including President. Vice President.
Business practices To be the authority on business practice Consultant Selection Guidelines Informed Purchaser Policy Quality of Construction Guide Conflict of Interest Policy Scope of Services definitions Guide (draft) Reviewing the work of others Policy (draft) Project Delivery HIV-AIDS Policy. Clauses Consultant in design-build Guide (draft) Consultant in PFI Guide (draft) Provision of OMS services Guide Project cost estimates Guide Tendering procedures Guide Quality Management System Guides. Training kit Risk Management Dealing with risk Manual Project insurance Guide Professional Liability Insurance Guide Insurance of large projects Guide Dispute Resolution Amicable settlement Guide Services .
engagement and remuneration of consulting engineers Projects in which consultants have a financial interest other than a normal fee Collateral warranties Transfer of technology Contingent legal fees Consulting engineers and the environment The expert witness Guarantees.Business practices Policy statements and resources The role of the consulting engineer during the execution of a project Selection. bonds and retentions Limitation of liability HIV-AIDS in the construction sector Transfer of technology Consulting engineers and the environment Conflict of Interest The consulting engineer in turnkey projects Informed purchaser Professional risk and responsibility Business Integrity Alternative dispute resolution Site safety Quality management Copyright Quality of Construction .
Best practice principles Quality is Pre-eminent Informed Purchaser Transparency Capacity building Integrity Fair competition Harmonisation Liability to be limited Insurance Life-cycle costs to be considered Monitoring outcomes .Consultant selection Quality is paramount in the selection of consultants. and Quality Based Selection is the recommended method for procurement.
Risk Management Business practice guides Risk Management Manual Professional indemnity insurance Professional liability insurance Insurance of large projects Managing risk Forum Risk Management Forum .
Quality Quality Management System Guide ISO9001:2000 interpretation guide Training kit Business practice guides Quality of Construction Quality Based Selection Forum Quality Management Forum .
Anticorruption Model Representative Agreement .Integrity Business Integrity Management System Guide Training kit Business practice Code of Ethics Policies .Conflict of Interest .
Sustainability Environment Management Systems Industry resource kit Urban resource kit Project Sustainability Management Guide Business practice Guide Strategy Sector report .
Capacity building Strategy .Capacity benchmarking of firms and at the national level Guide to Practice training manual .Courses co-organized with associations and suppliers .Korea: FIDIC-KAIST-KENCA .Recommended actions by international agencies .Resource kit .China: FIDIC-Tsinghua-CNAEC .Based on Guide to Practice modules Training delivery .Recommended government initiatives .Training manual .Applicable in developed and developing countries Training programme .Accredited training organizations .
Client relationships and communications .Administration of the firm’s activities .Financial Management .slides .Organising a consulting firm .text .Business development .Business Integrity Management Each module contains: .The consulting industry .Risk Management .FIDIC Guide to Practice MODULES .Quality Management .Project execution .case studies .Introduction .Human Resources Management .
Quality in procurement Good business Good lenders Good citizens Quality Capacity building Sustainability Integrity .
Client-consultant .Joint venture .Sub-consultant .Services agreements FIDIC publishes agreements for consulting services .Representative .
Works contracts FIDIC publishes internationally recognized forms of contract for infrastructure works More than 20.000 copies supplied each year .
Which contract to use STRAIGHTFORWARD PROJECT yes no EMPLOYER DESIGN yes no Fixed price .lump sum Little employer involvement No major unforeseen risks no DISCUSS IN DETAIL Employer’s requirements with the Contractor. and negotiate a modified FIDIC contract yes CONTRACTOR DESIGN Plant and/or high no unforeseen risks yes .
readily adaptable to fit requirements RECOGNISED Positive FIDIC image . EQUITABLE Risk allocated to party best placed to control it.consistent structure FAIR.tested .Advantages of FIDIC contracts CLEAR. bear it. and deal with it THIRD PARTY Drafted by consulting engineers COMPLETE.world-wide acceptance . FLEXIBLE Range covers most needs . COHERENT Essential clauses .detailed definitions .
Guide to the Joint Venture & Sub-consultancy Agreements .1999 series The Short Form Dredgers Construction Plant & Design-Build EPC/Turkey The FIDIC Contracts Guide .Sub-consultancy Agreement .Client-Consultant Model Services Agreement (White Book) .Standard Pre-qualification Form for Contractors .Joint Venture (Consortium) Agreement .Standard Letters for Construction Work Abroad .Contracts and agreements Services agreements .1992-95 series Works of Civil Engineering Construction (Red Book) Electrical & Mechanical Works (Yellow Book) Design-Build & Turkey (Orange Book) .White Book Guide .Model Representative Agreement Works contracts .
Training Manual .FAQ .Contracts & Agreements .Resources .org/bookshop Online purchase Electronic editions User Forum .Bulletin Board Collections .Business Practice .Environment & Sustainability .Reading Room .fidic.Quality & Integrity Management .Online Bookshop www.Risk Management .
Training manual resource kit .Consultant Selection case studies .Definitions of Scope guidelines .Risk Management services to clients .Construction Contract : Multilateral Development Bank edition .Quality in procurement guidelines .Harmonised Edition .Tendering Procedures Business practice .Work in Progress I Contracts & Agreements .Risk Management implementation manual .Construction Subcontract .Design for Safety guidelines .DBO Contract .
International dispute resolution (with ICC) .Work in Progress II Annual conference 2001 Montreux 2002 Acapulco 2003 Paris 2004 Copenhagen 2005 Beijing 2006 Budapest 2007 Singapore 2008 Quebec The industry’s premier networking event Seminars and workshops . of Commerce) With international organizations Training courses Business Integrity Management Contract Management Quality Management Project Sustainability Management FIDIC contracts & dispute resolution Based on the FIDIC Guide to Practice .Judicial training (with US Dept.International contracts (with ICC) .
Australia Jorge Díaz Padilla. France World Trade Center 2 Geneva Airport Box 311 CH-1215 Geneva 15 Switzerland Tel: +41 22 799 49 00 Fax: +41 22 799 49 01 email@example.com. Mexico Maxime Mazloum.org www.org Enrico Vink Peter Boswell Managing Director General Manager .FIDIC contacts International Federation of Consulting Engineers President: President-Elect Treasurer Secretariat Richard Kell.
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