NEC4: Evolution or revolution? Birmingham

10 July, 2017 | 17:45 - 20:30

Will NEC 4 represent a revolution?
Will NEC 4 represent a revolution?

About this event

The recently announced NEC4 Suite of Contracts aims to build upon the success of the NEC3 contracts. The original philosophy of the NEC, fair dealing and good project management, remains unchanged in this new edition.

Join us for this free evening seminar where Patrick Waterhouse (Bowdon Consulting) will be providing an insight on whether the new suite of contracts will revolutionise the industry or is simply an evolution of the successful NEC3.

Event materials

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Patrick Waterhouse

Patrick Waterhouse, Bowden Consulting

Patrick advises clients, contractors and consultants on all aspects of contracts including contract documentation, certification, claims and dispute resolution. He specialises in NEC and PFI contracts.

Patrick has considerable experience as a contracts consultant following the earlier part of his career with contractors. He is a chartered civil engineer, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, a mediator and an adjudicator for construction disputes. He is a member of the Register of Adjudicators of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) and a member of the ICE’s Register of Mediators/Conciliators. He is also a member of the registers of adjudicators for the Construction Industry Council and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators

Patrick has sat on the Professional Conduct Panels of both the ICE and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. He is a tutor on the distance learning course for trainees seeking corporate membership of the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors. He is also the course director for the ICE North West’s law and contract management course. He chairs the Contracts and Dispute Resolution Panel of the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors.