Construction Contract Management NEC, FIDIC, JBCC & GCC
(22th- 23th Jan 2014)
In a competitive business environment service - providers are constantly endeavoring to secure a greater share of the market in which their entityoperates. Companies need to secure sufficient work in order to not only survive but also make a reasonable profit. Being at the leading edge of currenttools and practices enable successful business entities to increase market share and gain reputation as an industry leader; currency and good practicesenhance the prospect of any forward- thinking company.
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
- Identifying the parties and role players under FIDIC and NEC contracts
- Exploring the differences between contracts
- Understanding the structure of FIDIC and NEC contracts
- Become aware of the importance of entering into standardized Employer / Contractor /Sub-Contractor Agreements.
- Become knowledgeable regarding changes to the JBCC Agreements relative to the previous 5th Edition
- Be given detailed step-by-step instructions relative to Valuation, Certification and Payment.
- Understand more, the milestones relative to the Stages of Completion
- Learn how to use the JBCC Electronic Services via the Internet. These being designed to increase productivity and efficiency. These haverecently been extended and up-graded.
- Learn strategies for developing a broad network of contacts and how to use this network to uncover opportunities and conduct company research
- Have the opportunity to ask the experts pertinent questions regarding JBCC
- Develop and practice the elevator pitch and communication skills
- Discuss where to find opportunities and how to approach application
- Hone interviewing and presentation skills for in-person and phone interviews
- Discuss social media and how to brand one’s candidacy professionally online
- Learn about the Claim Procedures and how Contractual Claims are assessed.
- Selecting the appropriate contact for your project needs
- Disputing resolutions
Who Should Attend
- Building Contractor & Sub-contractors
- Engineers & Consultant Engineers
- Architects & Quantity Surveyors
- Legal advisors
- Government officials involved with construction contracts
- Clients / Employers / Owners and Developers