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Principles of Construction Contracts

Event organised by ICE

Date
12 September - 13 September 2022
Time
09:00 - 17:00 BST (GMT+1)
Location
Online
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£595.00 (Excl.VAT)

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Overview

The two day classroom training course focuses on the details of standard forms of contracts and the key components of contract formation. It will also take you through the elements of English Law. You will share your experiences with other delegates and explore examples with the tutor.

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Programme

The two day training course focusses on the details of standard forms of contracts and the key components of contract formation. It will also take you through the elements of English Law. You will share your experiences with other delegates and explore examples with the tutor.

Sessions begin at 9:00 and finish at 17:00. Morning and afternoon coffee breaks and lunch are included in the programme.

Day One

  • Session 1 - Contract formation
  • Session 2 - Defined terms
  • session 3 - Communication
  • Session 4 - Risk management
  • Session 5 - Subcontracting
  • Session 6 - Obligations
  • Session 7 - Time and Programme
  • Session 8 - Defects
  • Session 9 - Payment
  • Session 10 - Change control
  • Session 11 - Dispute resolution
  • Session 12 - Damages
  • Session 13 - Liabilities post completion

Day Two

  • Session 1 - The nature of construction contracts
  • Session 2 - Outline of the law of obligation
  • Session 3 - The formation of construction contracts
  • Session 4 - Consideration

Tutor

Dr Kieran Dineen BEng (Hons) MSc DIC PhD
Kieran is the commercial and technical director of a specialist geotechnical practice providing contracting and consulting services across the construction industry. He spent 10 years of his career at Imperial College undertaking research into ground engineering, which led directly to the setting up of a spin-out company in 2000. He has particular expertise in geotechnical design and construction as well as wider experience across civil engineering infrastructure. He has also acted as an expert witness on a number of ground engineering related problems.

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