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FIDIC: What are the major practical differences between yellow book and silver book?

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Considering large scale civil engineering projects, incorporating electro-mechanical equipment, what would be the headline differences between a multiple yellow book approach and a single silver book contract?
asked Nov 1, 2017 in FIDIC Contracts by ML  

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The real headline differentiator is the amount of risk taken on by the contractor, substantially more under the Silver Book. That risks manifests in many different ways but FIDIC provide a good page for identifying the right contract which will also, by looking through the questions, give a very clear guide as to the key differences in risk allowance.
answered Dec 1, 2017 by Rob Horne (18,680 points)