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This Practice Note sets out the key features of the Infrastructure Conditions of Contract (ICC) Measurement Version 2011.
The ICC were formerly known as the ICE (Institution of Civil Engineers) Conditions of Contract. They were first published in 1945 by the ICE and revised in seven editions between then and 1999. In August 2011, the ICE withdrew from the ICE Conditions and they were rebranded as the ICC, and published by the Association for Consultancy and Engineering and the Civil Engineering Contractors Association (who had also published the ICE’s conditions).
The ICC contracts are principally intended for use with civil engineering works such as tunnelling, dredging and harbour works, road and bridge building and airport runways. There are a number of different contracts published as part of the ICC suite:
ICC Design and Construct Version (2018)—see Practice Note: ICC Design and Construct Version 2018
ICC Target Cost Version (2018)—see Practice Note: ICC Target Cost Version 2018
ICC With Quantities Version (2014)—see Practice Note: ICC With Quantities Version 2014
ICC Measurement Version (2011/2014)*
ICC Term Version (2011)
ICC Minor Works Version (2011)
ICC Partnering Addendum (2011)
ICC Ground Investigation Version (2011)
ICC Archaeological Investigation Version (2011)
ICC Sub-Contract (2017)
*The 2014 edition of the ICC Measurement Version was drafted in conjunction with Network Rail specifically to provide a standard contract for use on Network Rail’s
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