In order to perform its tack as a bureau of consulting with optimal result, MIP has an expert and keen staff of technical specialists and an efficient internal organization enabling the bureau to keep abreast of the latest developments in the specific fields of professional disciplines, this serving the client in an optimal way to satisfy his needs.
The contractual liability towards the client is legally vested in the “FIDIC” regulations of the Federation Internationals Des Ingenieurs – Conseils ; these regulations also apply to members of the Association of Indonesian Consultants.
The schedule of fees for the services of the consultants is also laid down in the above mentioned “FIDIC” regulations, which stipulated that a consulting engineer receives payment from one party only, the client.
According to these “FIDIC” – regulations, the fee of the consultant may either be calculated on the basic of the time spent on an assignment, or in terms of percentage of the cost of the installations plus a compensation for work performed by his staff members.
If so desired, we may also make a deal with the client to effect that our fee is a calculated as an all-in percentage of the total cost of the building with its installations.
A fourth possibility is, that we make a contract with the client offering him the completely realized project for a lump sum price.
It is customary to stipulated in the contract that payment of the consultant’s fees is effectuated in installments, with such interval as mutually agreed upon between the client and the consultant.