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Infrastructure projects such as airports, the construction of motorways, railway stations and railway lines are expensive. There are often huge cost increases during the implementation phase. In addition, the completion of such projects is often delayed.
Jan-Bertram A. Hillig, lawyer at GSK Stockmann in Berlin, explains whether alliancing can solve these problems. In alliancing, the client, the planners and the construction company conclude a multi-party contract. All parties work together, pulling “on the same rope”. Contractual incentive systems ensure this. Alliancing should also prevent the parties from suing each other (for poor performance). Risk pots and project insurance cover all risks. BIM technology is used. Does alliancing deliver what it promises?
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