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Guide to Contract Alliancing in Construction

Over the last decades, construction projects have continually become much more dynamic in nature, largely due to the increasing complexity and uncertainty of these projects,  along with tight budgets and time constraints.

To address this, and to meet the needs of large-scale and complex infrastructure contracts,  the Alliancing form of contracting has been developing. It is now gaining increasing traction  in a number of countries around the world and its popularity is growing. It is by no means yet mainstream, but we see a clear direction of travel in favour of this form of contracting which  we anticipate will increase over the short to medium term.

We are therefore delighted to present this joint CMS and Arcadis publication: “Guide to Contract Alliancing” to capture the key aspects of this form of contracting and to present the current take-up of Alliancing around the world.

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CMS Guide to Contract Alliancing in Construction
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Authors

Portrait of
Dr. Nicolai Ritter
Partner
Berlin
Portrait of Shona Frame
Shona Frame
Partner
Glasgow
Oliver Bartz
Arcadis Germany GmbH
Portrait of Ted Rhodes
Ted Rhodes
Partner
London
Portrait of Lidia Dziurzyńska-Leipert
Lidia Dziurzyńska-Leipert
Partner
Warsaw
Portrait of Graden Kjuder
Graden Kjuder
Associate
Ljubljana
Portrait of Álvaro Otero
Álvaro Otero
Partner
Madrid
Portrait of Marija Marošan
Marija Marošan
Belgrade
Portrait of Sibylle Schnyder
Dr Sibylle Schnyder, LL.M.
Partner
Zurich
Portrait of Anna Pogrebna
Anna Pogrebna
Partner
Kyiv (CMS RRH)
Portrait of Jeroen Berlage
Jeroen Berlage
Partner
Amsterdam
Portrait of Madeleine Young
Madeleine Young
Of Counsel
Glasgow
Pekka Petajaniemi
FTA, Tampere
Dr. Nikolaus Polzer
John Picarel-Pechdimaldjian
Adrian Wong
Artashes Oganov
Partner
Moscow
Levent Bilgi
Patrick McPherson
Shona McCusker
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