Understanding Project Finance Construction Contracts

A discussion of the project delivery mechanisms typically used in project financings with a focus on engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts. This Note also discusses the key provisions of a typical EPC contract including, scope of work, change orders, liquidated damages and warranties. Finally, this Note examines the relationship between the EPC contract and the other project documents.

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