Ejcdc Engineering Agreement
EJCDC P3-508 Public Private Partnership (“P3″) is intended for government financing, construction, maintenance and provision of improvements and public services. P3-508 is a resource intended to be used in legal systems that enable improvements and services through P3 relationships. P3-508 has been developed with the necessary flexibility to allow the user to choose specific construction, financing, O-M and financing conditions that will be used when completing the P3-508 form agreement. The agreement also offers flexibility to allow for differences in statutes, regulations, funding requirements and cover different forms of services or improvements. The E-500 is now packaged in two parts: the main agreement and the E-500 exhibits contain a very comprehensive payment program that offers the user six standard compensation methods, five options for Resident Project Representative (RPR) compensation, three options for compensation “Additional Services” and related schedules and annexes. The user has the option to choose any combination of these payment methods for a particular project. In previous versions, this series of very flexible but long options has been called Appendix C, which is in the middle of the exhibits. The AEPC found that many public and private users preferred to address certain compensation and ultimate fees related to their agreements and often added the engineer`s fee forms at the end of the contract. In addition to updating the content of the payment offer to reflect current practices and ensure consistency between compensation methods, payment rules are now at the end of the E-500, with the protocol for electronic documents added. The Engineers Joint Contract Documents Committee (EJCDC) is a coalition of stakeholders in the project implementation process, who have developed a series of engineering documents and construction contracts focused on horizontal infrastructure in the United States. The AEJC`s efforts reflect a contractual perspective more closely linked to the engineer under the direction of engineers. The AEPC document is an alternative to a perceived distortion in AIA documents for horizontal water and wastewater infrastructure projects.