Then there is a sub-council agreement for use when the consultant is employed only under the ACE A (1) to B (2) agreements and takes over a sub-advisor. It therefore supports agreements A (1) to B (2) and would not be suitable for other forms of appointments. The ACE Professional Services Agreement is aimed at all types of potential customers, including contractors or end-users, and is suitable for all UK laws. meetings of traditional customers and contractors in civil, structural, mechanical and electrical services. They will all be available soon in electronic form. This article briefly summarizes the agreements and revisions of existing agreements. The ACE Professional Services Agreement (EPI) is a standard form consultant published by the Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE). This practical opinion relates to the 2017 edition (ACE published in 2009 the previous editions of the ACE agreement and related documents). The ACE EPI contains built-in instructions and is available in digital and print form.
CEA also publishes other agreements, including the ACE Professional Services Agreement: Advisory, Investigatory and other services, a sub-consultancy agreement, a Short form agreement and an agreement for use by a consumer (which are not covered by this practical note). ACE is also introducing new service tables, adapted to Works` 2013 RIBA plan, which contain new basic elements and optional results at each stage and can be adapted to each BIM protocol used in the project. There are a number of optional services that can be agreed upon. New schedules are now available for civil and structural design with options for lead or individual/non-lead consulting roles. The principle of net contribution has been maintained throughout the agreements, but the clause has been extended to include a reference to agreements such as joint insurance or co-insurance rules that could have led to the other party, to which the advisor normally wishes to request a contribution, not being liable to the client. ACE agreements are sector documents for the appointment of consultants and engineers who offer current and flexible agreements to both clients and consultants. Agreements B (1) to C (2) have reorganized the services to be performed by machinery and electrical engineers, and the choice between detailed construction and service services is now available. These are essentially in line with the schedules for the reduction of tasks and enforcement tasks contained in the 1981 4A ACE AGREEMENT. CEA has been informed by its members that these two types of services more accurately reflect what they have to do with their customers, whether they are traditional customers or design and construction contractors.