NEC Australasia Users' Group conference 2017, Christchurch

11 - 12 October, 2017

Venue address:

Commodore Hotel
449 Memorial Drive
Burnside
Christchurch
New Zealand
Join us for our Australasia Users group conference 2017.
Join us for our Australasia Users group conference 2017.

About this event

Twin Platform Conference: Breaking Boundaries
Lifting Performance Today & Defining a New World for Alliances

This conference is an opportunity to both get more from the work users are doing with the existing NEC suite and look to the future with detailed look at what is new for NZ with the NEC 4 Contract form.

This event comprises two main activities:

  • 11 October - Site visit
  • 12 October - Conference

Who should attend?

Running two workstreams the conference looks to do both a 'deep dive' for those in the current swim – and – look forward at modern Alliancing – as it advances here in NZ and with the international consultation on effective contracts for Alliances being developed through NEC4.

This event is suitable for:

  • Existing practitioners – across maintenance
  • Build and the professional services sector
  • Clients and supply partners

Disclaimer: Any views or opinions expressed on any matters by the presenters or participants during or in connection with this presentation are solely the views of the authors of the respective comments and/or opinions and must not be taken to be the views of ICE or any other organisation. ICE makes no representations, warranties or assurances concerning any information provided in these presentations and accepts no responsibility for the content and/or accuracy.

Agenda

Twin Platform Conference: Breaking Boundaries

Lifting Performance Today & Defining a New World for Alliances


11 October: Site visit

16:30 New Central Library, Christchurch Site visit
17:30 Networking drinks
18:30 Closing


12 October : Conference

08:45 Welcome & Introduction
Patrick Cantillon, Christchurch City Council
09:00 Keynote address
10:00 NEC4 launch
10:05 NEC4 overview - what's new and how it works
Marc Palmer, Marc Palmer Project Management
Garry Miller, Managing Director of Excelsis Ltd
10:30 Morning tea
 

Stream 1: NEC3

Stream 2: Re-defining Alliances in New Zealand – NEC4

11:00 Case Study One: Delivering Te Awahou Nieuwe Stroom (TANS) Project
Cathy McCartney, Strategic Project Coordinator, Horowhenua District Council
Marc Palmer, Marc Palmer Project Management
What world alliancing looks like
11:45 Case Study Two: blurring the lines with the new Plymouth District Council Professional Services Collaborative Contract
David Langford, Infrastructure Manager, New Plymouth District Council
Lessons learnt from recent NZ Alliance experience
12:30 Lunch break and networking session
13:30 Case Study Three: The Builders Tale - recent NEC experiences with NEC – ideas and lessons for NZ
Steve Taw, Hawkins Construction
New model for alliances
 
Defining a vision for alliancing in NZ
(facilitated Workshop Session)
14:15 Afternoon tea and breakfast
  Workshops
14:45 NEC3 Term Service Contract – Practical Delivery Workshop Panel Discussion NEC4 in action in NZ
Alliancing Consultation Piece
Plenary “Drawing Conclusions for NZ"
15:30 Findings and next steps
Patrick Cantillon, Christchurch City Council
16:00 Summary and close
Tim Warren, Constructing Excellence New Zealand 
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