CONTRACTOR’S GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

What Would be Contractors Overall Responsible on Site During Work in Progress at Sites?


Unless stated specifically to the contrary in the schedule of departures submitted with the Tender with full supporting explanations, the Contractor will be deemed to have concurred as a practical manufacturer with the design and layout of the Works as being sufficient to ensure reliability and safety in operation, freedom from undue stresses and satisfactory performance in all other essentials as a working plant.

The Contractor is to include the whole of the Works that are described in or implied by the Contract document, to provide complete, fully operable, safe and efficient installations, in accordance with internationally accepted practice. All matters omitted from the Contract document which may be inferred to be necessary for the efficiency, stability and completion of the Works shall be deemed to be included in the Contract Sum.

Works shown in the drawing and not mentioned or described in the specification and works described in the specification and not shown on the drawings will nevertheless be held to be included in this Contract and their execution is to be covered by the Contract Sum.

The Contractor’s representative on the Site or his nominated deputy is to be given full responsibility and financial authority to enter into negotiations regarding points arising out of erection, so that the Work may be expedited with as few delays as possible.

Unless otherwise specified, the Contractor is to supply the whole of the labour and equipment required for the completion of the work.

The curriculum vitae of the Contractors head-office project staff and site engineers together with organizational diagrams shall be submitted to the Employer to demonstrate that adequate resources and staff of sufficient experience are being employed.

Until each section of the Contractor’s Works have been taken over by the Employer, the Contractor will be entirely responsible (save as is provided by the General Conditions of Contract), for such section of the Contract Works, whether under construction, during tests or in commercial use.



The Contractor shall check the electrical and mechanical connections to all plants supplied under the Contract and the connections to existing plant covered by the Contract before such plant is brought into commission and shall be responsible for the correctness of such connections in accordance with the Contract Drawings and the specification.

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