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Webinar | NEC4 contracts and collaborative contracting
with Steven C Evans
Thursday 10 September 2020 | Online
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (AEST)
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NEC4 contracts and collaborative contracting
The latest push in infrastructure spending will again highlight that we are trying to procure substantial construction works using methods and contracts that are decades old.
Experience of these are often negative with cost and time blow outs, claims and litigation, not helped by our adversarial approach to contracting.
Many other countries have embraced the advantages of collaborative contracting and use of such contracts as the NEC4 suite. In some, it is mandated by government and has proved successful in improving project outcomes for all stakeholders. Some high-profile clients in Australia have already adopted the contract – should others follow?
The presenter will be hosted by Shady Mikhail from the Resolution Institute Sydney Determinative Professional Development Group, Shady is Principal, CFPM Solutions (CFPM Solutions is a delay analysis and forensic planning expert service provider).
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About the speaker
Steven C Evans BSc(Hons) LLB(Hons) FCIArb FAMINZ(Arb) FFAVE(Master) FRICS FCInstCES FCIOB PRI
Steven has over 30 years’ experience in the construction industry gained initially as a quantity surveyor and later as commercial manager for a head contractor.
In the last 12 years, Steven has specialised in construction dispute resolution and avoidance and firmly believes that effective dispute avoidance needs to be practiced right from the procurement stage.
An enthusiast of collaborative procurement and, in particular, use of the NEC4 suite of contract, Steven has advised many clients on effective procurement using the suite, has lectured and trained many companies on NEC4 and has written a guidance book.
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