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FIDIC publications in Estonian


- Conditions of Contract for Construction, 1999 40 EUR;

- Short Form of Contract, 1999 25 EUR;

- Client/Consultant Model Services Agreement, 1998 25 EUR;

- Conditions of Contract for Plant and Design-Build, 1999 40 EUR;

- Definition of Services Guidelines, Building Construction, 2009 25 EUR;

- Selection of Consultants, FIDIC Guidelines for the Selection of Consultants, Second Edition 2013  20 EUR.*


* - Digital Estonian version is free to download and request a printed brochure will cost 20 EUR.


NB! FIDIC raised the price of all publications, including the prices of Estonian publications. Estonian publications are available in Estonian Association of Architectural and Consulting Engineering Companies (EAACEC). Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Translation errors and inaccuracies of Estonian-language publications(2005)

(List of translation errors and inaccuracies, 08.03.2013.doc)


All FIDIC documents in electronic form are available in FIDIC Bookstore, including in Estonian.


Estonian lists of adjudicators, arbitrators, mediators and experts


- Lembit Talli, SWECO Projekt AS (pdf file)

- Peep Pitsner, Telora-E AS (pdf file)

- Mait Palts, Eesti Kaubandus-Tööstuskoda (pdf file)



National lists for dispute resolution
FIDIC sent a letter to national Member Associations in December 2002 that outlined how national lists of persons capable of handling dispute resolution should be set up and maintained. The text of this letter is reproduced below.

Letter to Member Associations FIDIC stopped maintaining its own lists of Arbitrators and Mediator/Experts in 1999, and the only the FIDIC President's List of Approved Adjudicators is now maintained. Information and links to lists are available at FIDIC.org/dab for Approved Adjudicators and at FIDIC.org/experts
for Arbitrators and Mediator/Experts Lists, the latter pending the creation of national lists.

FIDIC has been glad to note that some Member Associations have established, or plan to establish, national lists of adjudicators, arbitrators, mediators and experts. Such lists are very helpful for people seeking dispute resolution services from both inside and outside a country. FIDIC encourages the development, especially the creation of lists of persons suitable for serving on a Dispute Adjudication Board (DAB) established under a contract using FIDIC Conditions of Contract that call for a DAB.

Except in the case of the President's List of Adjudicators, FIDIC will refer any request for adjudicators, arbitrators and mediators/experts to a national list. Interested parties would have to make their own choice from the persons listed, based on the information provided. Neither FIDIC nor
a Member Association will recommend or suggest any particular person from those listed.

An overview of national lists available, with links if they are available, will be maintained on the FIDIC website under FIDIC.org/lists. Associations are kindly asked to inform the FIDIC Secretariat about their lists, and about how they will ensure that the persons listed are suitably qualified.