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ACA Standard Form of Contract for Project Partnering: PPC2000 (amended 2008): 2008: Amended 2008


  • Format: Book

  • Pages: 58

  • Publisher: ACA

  • Date Published: Oct 2008

  • Stock Code: 67467

  • ISBN: 9781901171334

  • Binding: Paperback


The first standard form of Project Partnering Contract, PPC2000, was launched in September 2000 by Sir John Egan, chairman of the Construction Task Force, who described it as "a blow for freedom". It provides a foundation and route map for the partnering process and can be applied to any type of partnered project in any jurisdiction. However, in October 2007 an International version was published to cater specifically for jurisdictions outside the United Kingdom. PPC International was extensively trialled in the Middle East by authors Trowers & Hamlins before publication by the ACA.Sir Michael Latham reviewed PPC2000 in detail at the time of its original publication and confirmed that it embodies all his recommended principles for a modern construction contract. He described PPC2000 in Building Magazine (10 May 2002) as "the full monty of partnering and modern best practice".It is a direct response to the recommendations of the Construction Task Force's 1998 report Rethinking Construction (often referred to as 'the Egan report') and incorporates ideas set out in the Construction Industry Council's Guide to Project Team Partnering. PPC2000 was developed through prototypes tested on a variety of pilot projects.PPC2000 has been endorsed by the Construction Industry Council, the Movement for Innovation, the Local Government Task Force, the Housing Forum and the Construction Best Practice Programme. (The latter four bodies and now integrated under Constructing Excellence.)PPC2000 was amended in 2003, PPC International contains those amendments. PPC2000 was further amended in October 2008 and is the current version in use. PPC(S)2000, the Scottish supplement slots into a standard PPC2000. It contains alternative attestation clauses and amendments to PPC2000 in accordance with Scottish Law.