2020 Amendments – reason for and key changes Product code: L07111

 
Apr 22 nd
 
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 NEC Online Event (Session)

NEC Online Event (Session)
£40.00 Platinum/Gold Users' Group Members £30.00
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About
When: 22 April 2021; 12:00 – 13:30
 
Where: Teams

In October 2020 NEC published a second set of amendments to the June 2017 suite of NEC4
Contracts.  The amendments were published to reflect legal developments and in response to user and industry feedback on the newly published NEC4 suite as well as suggestions for further enhancements.
 
This online webinar will be providing the opportunity to explain these amendments in more detail - why they were introduced and the key changes – as well as allowing NEC users’ to ask any questions they have to our panel of experts. 
 
This engaging and interactive session will provide an ideal platform for anyone who wanted further clarification on the recent changes or who wanted to submit further feedback. If you are interested in joining, please remember that NEC Users’ Group members enjoy free and discounted spaces to our online event programme, so please consider joining if you haven’t already.
Speakers
Patrick Waterhouse, Director, Bowdon Consulting
Patrick is an adjudicator and consultant specialising in all forms of construction and service contracts. He advises clients on disputes and contract issues in construction and engineering. He is a Chartered Civil Engineer, an Accredited Mediator and an Adjudicator for disputes under construction contracts. Patrick is on the panels of adjudicators of ACE, CIArb, CIC, ConstructionAdjudictaors.com, IChemE, ICE, RIBA, RICS, TeCSA and UK Adjudicators. He is also on the ICE's Register of Mediators/Conciliators. He delivers a range of training courses in the areas of standard form contracts (NEC, ACE, JCT), PFI contracts, contract law and commercial practice. He is a tutor for the NEC4 and NEC3 Project Manager Accreditation Programmes.
David Hunter
David specialises in the procurement and delivery of works and services using all forms of the NEC contract suite. With over thirty years of experience, David has a proven record in delivering complex projects with multiple stakeholders in both the public and private sector.
A professionally qualified and conscientious individual with an established career in civil engineering and construction, his projects include working in the infrastructure, transport, energy, education, leisure, manufacturing, and commercial industries. David is an accredited Mediator.
A strong advocate of the NEC form of contract, David believes it provides an equitable means of procuring works and managing risk in an effective and collaborative manner whilst working within a commercial environment. David’s experience with the NEC suite of contracts extends over a fifteen-year period acting as Client, Project Manager and Contractor. In 2014 David was named ‘NEC Project Manager of the Year’ at the inaugural NEC awards. As well as providing NEC3/4 consultancy services David delivers the ECC Project Manager and Supervisor Accreditation programmes for the NEC and provides training for in-house clients and public courses. He is an enthusiastic and engaging tutor who actively encourages and facilitates participation by delegates during training and workshop sessions.
Agenda
  • Introductions
  • NEC4 June 2017 contracts & 2020 amendments overview
  • Delay damages X7
  • Contractor’s liabilities & use of equipment, Plant & Materials
  • Secondary Option X22 – Early Contractor Involvement
  • Y(UK) Clauses
  • Audience Q&A
Why attend
  • Benefit from expert guidance on NEC Contracts
  • Understand how and why the new Oct 2020 amendments were introduced
  • Participate in an interactive online Q&A session
Who should attend
  • Contractors and their supply chain
  • Project Managers
  • Clients and their advisers
  • Consultants
  • Legal sector representatives
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