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Colloquium: The Engineer's Tasks and Responsibilities - the Effect of Different Forms of Contract

The options available for organising and procuring construction work have extended considerably over the last decade, bringing about a wide range of new contracts. Some of these have evolved to meet specific clients’ requirements, such as greater speed, more concentration of responsibility, greater accountability or earlier introduction of construction expertise into the design process; others have grown up round the marketing strategy of professions or contracting organisations. S.B. Tietz