Country snapshots

In the countries contributing to this publication, alliancing is at varying stages of development and adoption. In some countries, alliancing or co-operative contracts of some form are being used and in others, it is not a concept which is well recognised. There is no country where alliancing is significantly developed and adopted in the construction industry but there are many examples of individual projects where this is being used or employers who are taking the lead in using this form of contracting.

What follows are three specific country case studies where alliancing has been more readily used (Australia, Austria and Finland) as well as a snapshot of the experience in a number of other countries listed below. 

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Shona Frame
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John Picarel-Pechdimaldjian
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Brazil

See the case studies:

Australia

Austria

Finland

Whilst alliancing agreements have been discussed at various times, in practice they are not widely used in the construction industry. There is evidence of their use in petrochemicals developments.

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Ted Rhodes
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Office Managing Partner
T +55 21 3722 9831