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Last edited 20 Apr 2020
Preconstruction phase timetable
Using Two Stage Open Book and Supply Chain Collaboration, published by HMSO in 2014, defines a preconstruction phase timetable as: ‘…a contractually binding timetable governing deadlines and interfaces for Preconstruction Phase activities by Integrated Team members under a Conditional Contract.’
And a conditional contract is ‘…a project contract awarded to Integrated Team members describing Two Stage Open Book and/or Supply Chain Collaboration activities and the conditions to be met before the Integrated Team are entitled to undertake the Construction Phase of a project.’
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