For the future, it’s important to keep up this good work. We have not had actual issues with
compliance recently, and we are making every effort to avoid compliance disputes with regulators,
which would be very demanding. A motivation for everything we do is to comply to avoid any
material compliance litigation.
Clients have become more sophisticated about contracts and, we need to maintain the good quality
of our contract administrators in order to avoid future problems and disputes. For instance, one new
issue is the increasing price of materials. We immediately clarify materials prices and follow the right
procedure to ask for relevant compensation, rather than wait until the end of the project to request
revisions of contract prices.
7 F. Tools, templates and resources
Value-based fee matrix
The table on the following pages lists common types of value-based fee arrangements,
provides some examples of when they might be used and describes situations for which the fee
structures may be ideally suited. This ACC Value-Based Fee Guide is evolving as practices evolve.
If you have successfully implemented other value-based fee structures not listed below, please contact
us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we may consider adding your practice to the list.