“Facts About Early Contractor Involvement” describes a more cooperative, cost-effective approach to designing and planning infrastructure projects.
Early Contractor Involvement

“Facts About Early Contractor Involvement” describes a more cooperative, cost-effective approach to designing and planning infrastructure projects.

Early Contractor Involvement

Early Contractor Involvement makes use of the dredging contractor’s specialised knowledge from the very beginning of a project – during its design and planning.

On Public Procurement Rules in the EU and Early Contractor Involvement, Part II: Case Studies
On Public Procurement Rules in the EU and Early Contractor Involvement, Part II: Case Studies

Despite strict competition laws, the EU is reviewing some new procurement procedures that would allow a contracting authority leeway in negotiating early on with potential contractors.

On Public Procurement Rules in the European Union and Early Contractor Involvement
On Public Procurement Rules in the European Union and Early Contractor Involvement

Benefiting from early contractor involvement does not necessarily violate the European Union’s principles of freedom to supply goods and services.

Traditional Procurement Methods are Broken: Can Early Contractor Involvement be the Cure?
Traditional Procurement Methods are Broken: Can Early Contractor Involvement be the Cure?

When a mega infrastructure project is on the drawing board, who is most likely to have the technical knowhow to design the project in the most cost-effective manner – the clients, the contractors or consultants?