Fair contract conditions and competition
Fair contract conditions and competition

FIDIC Conditions of Contract books are essential to the dredging industry. There is a whole suite of contracts for stakeholders to choose from to suit their needs. Discover when and why these contracts were made.

Contractor or Client: Who Pays for Overdredging?
Contractor or Client: Who Pays for Overdredging?

Allowing for dredging beyond the design dredge depth maybe a necessity. And that means ensuring that payment for overdredging is not an afterthought, but clearly specified in the contract.

Maasvlakte 2: An Innovative Contractual and Systems Engineering Approach
Maasvlakte 2: An Innovative Contractual and Systems Engineering Approach

This complex mega infrastructure project demanded an imaginative approach from the start, resulting in a transparent Design Construct and Maintenance (DCM) contract.

Maximising Beneficial Reuse Through the Use of a Novel Dredging Contract
Maximising Beneficial Reuse Through the Use of a Novel Dredging Contract

Partnering with dredging experts, the Port of London Authority developed a unique contract, which incentivised dredging contractors to find opportunities for the beneficial reuse of dredged material.

Reclaiming the Initiative: Remarks on the Form of Contract for Dredging and Reclamation Works
Reclaiming the Initiative: Remarks on the Form of Contract for Dredging and Reclamation Works

The First Edition of the Form of Contract for Dredging and Reclamation Works ('FCDR') has recently been published by the International Federation of Consulting Engineers ('FIDIC').

A Contract for "Just Digging a Hole"
A Contract for “Just Digging a Hole”

To meet the specific needs of the dredging industry, FIDIC has developed a new Form of Contract for Dredging and Reclamation Works.