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NEC4 EEC Overview with Glenn Hide

January 19, 2023 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Online Workshop

Why you should attend this online workshop?

This one day workshop is a practical look at some of the more significant aspects of the Engineering and Construction Contract. Each of the contractual areas covered will consider what the specific aspects are for that element of the contract, before carrying out in small groups an associated practical exercise to enhance the level of understanding as to how it can be administered in practice. It will also introduce some of the new changes that NEC4 has brought to the contract. Attendees of this course will have a much clearer practical understanding of these specific processes and see how they should administer them for the benefit of all Parties on a particular project.

You will learn about:
• the main parameters for choice of primary and secondary options
• communication forms and consideration of what should be included
• early warnings and the production/maintenance of the Early Warning Register
• main programme requirements, what should go into a programme and the acceptance criteria
• consideration as to which events do or do not constitute compensation events and the resultant process
• assessing the Price for Work Done to Date (interim assessments)

Recommended for This workshop is recommended for everyone currently or about to be working under an ECC contract including project managers, contract managers, quantity surveyors, clients, consultants, planners, contractors and their supply chain. This session will be suitable for those who are relatively new to these forms of contract as well as those who are already more experienced in the contract and looking to enhance their level of knowledge and understanding.

Whilst each workshop does have handout notes issued in advance, it is beneficial for attendees to have access to an NEC contract so that they can check wording of the actual clauses in line with the presentations and case studies. Ideally this would be the NEC4 version of the Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC) or Engineering and Construction Subcontract (ECS) but access to an NEC3 version would alternatively still be useful.”

This is a full day workshop which will begin promptly at 0900 and run through until 1600 with appropriate tea/coffee and lunch breaks.  A maximum number of 33 delegates can be accommodated at each workshop.  Bookings will be taken on a first come, first served basis and we would initially ask they are restricted to four per member company.

***We recommend that all attendees have access to an NEC contract that they can refer to during any of the workshops***