In international relations, the necessity of an International Type Convention has arisen in the face of the difficulty of ensuring the unity of opinion and understanding in terms of law, customs and traditions between the parties, which are members of two or more nations. Such a type contract, called FIDIC, was prepared jointly by the "International Federation of Consulting Engineers" (Federation Iternationale des Ingenieurs Conseils) and the "International Federation of Building and Public Works" and published in 1957.


FIDIC-based Construction Contracts are applied in international construction practices. Part I, which is equipped with internationally accepted main rules, as well as the geological conditions in the place where the work will be carried out, as well as the socio-economic conditions in that country, the limits of the employer's desire to interfere with the work, the delivery of the whole or part part of the work. The Part must together form a single FIDIC Agreement.


The stages of the projects where the FIDIC Type Contract is applied are as follows;
*Phase before investment decision
* Description of the work called the project
* Invitation to tender, examination of bids and selection of the contract
* Implementation of the project
* Acceptance of the project and warranty period
* Resolving disputes.
FIDIC is an international but private organization. The general and special conditions that this organization recommends to the parties to the construction contracts do not have a binding legal value. The parties may include these provisions in their contracts as they are, or they may make any changes they wish to the content of this contract. Interpreting the general and special conditions of FIDIC adopted by the parties with their free will or by changing them, and making binding decisions on these issues, the arbitral tribunal, which will interpret the contract and decide on the dispute, in the event of a dispute, the country's law that the parties agree to apply about the disputes, and the final inspection of the arbitral tribunal's decision. subject to the interpretation of the relevant supreme court.