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Chapter 6 Partnering Objectives: • Students will understand the background, benefits, and challenges of partnering in construction projects. • Students will obtain more understanding of partnering through a case example in Hong Kong. 1
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Section 5.2: … a number of issues relating to cost- effective procurement of construction services, including:- (a) selection of contractors and consultants (b) effective risk management and equitable contracting arrangement (c) dispute resolution (d) a partnering approach; and (e) incentives for the project team to achieve better performance 2 In UK, we have the Egan Report (1998) In Hong Kong, Construction Industry Review Committee (CIRC) led by Henry Tang – CIRC report “Tang Report” (2001):
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