5 week course: Construction contracts

26 February - 12 March, 2018

Venue address:

Institution of Civil Engineers
One Great George Street
London SW1P 3AA
United Kingdom
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About this event

Starting Monday 12 February until 12 March 2018

Cost for all 5 weeks: £30 for ICE student members, £120 for ICE members and £180 for non-members. All prices include VAT.

  • Week 1
    What is a Construction Contract? Monday 12th February 2018
    Speaker: Alan Woolston, Partner, Fladgate LLP
    • The purpose of a construction contract and what it can achieve
    • The criteria for a valid contract
    • The different forms and types of construction contracts and how you choose.
  • Week 2
    NEC3/NEC4 Contracts Monday 19th February 2018
    Speaker: Ian Heaphy, Director, IN Construction Consulting
    • General overview and structure
    • Practical guidance to the NEC contract suite
    • Key differences from engineering specific contracts and provisions to be aware of
  • Week 3
    Commonly Used Contracts Monday 26th February 2018
    Speaker: Ronan Champion, Partner, Champion Pearce LLP
    • FIDIC, JCT, NEC and ACE contracts: what they are and why they are used.
    • Bespoke forms of contract and why people use them
  • Week 4
    Construction Contract Case Studies Monday 5th March 2018
    Speakers: Romi Alboreto, Associate Director, Turner & Townsend
    Michael Pogue, Senior Consultant, Turner & Townsend
    • Why specific of contract has been chosen for different projects
    • How contracts applied in real-life civil engineering projects
    • What lessons we learned?
  • Week 5
    Future Contract Strategies Monday 12th March 2018
    Speaker: Richard Patterson, Procurement and NEC Specialist, Mott MacDonald
    • How BIM integrate into contracts
    • NEC and BIM protocol
    • Alliancing –the future of integrated contract management

CPD: This event may be considered for contributing to a recognised Continuing Professional Development (CPD) scheme as part of personal development.

Delegates should check their individual scheme requirements.

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