NEC Asia-Pacific Users’ Group Conference 2018 Product code: L07101-HK

Sep 21 st

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  • Cemar
  • Build IT
  • Hogan Lovells
  • The Contracts Group
  • Berwin Leighton Paisner
  • Chun Wo Development Holdings Limited
  • Contract Communicator
Our next NEC Asia-Pacific Users' Group Conference will take place on 21 September 2018, at the Cordis Hotel, in Hong Kong.

Save the date for the biggest NEC event and gathering of NEC users in Hong Kong.

The conference will provide its delegates an update on the use of NEC4 in the region, it will introduce the NEC4 Alliance Contract and it will provide relevant updates from Government and Industry. 

During the afternoon, delegates will have the chance to join practical NEC workshops.

Why attend:
  • Enrich your knowledge of the progress, challenges and developments for NEC with key speakers from across the industry and government agencies
  • Learn about the successful application of NEC across large-scale public and private projects across the world
  • Be clear on how the application of NEC to your projects will ensure smoother project management and greater collaboration between parties

See below the highlights video from the 2017 Conference:

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Please note, due to anticipated demand levels, there will be limited free places at this year’s seminar, including NEC Users’ Group Members complimentary seats.

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For more information contact Cheryl Waterman NEC Users’ Group and Events Coordinator on or +44 (0) 207 665 2445.
08:00 Registration and breakfast 
09:00 Opening Remarks - NEC: Collaboration for Hong Kong Construction 2.0
  Hon Chi-keung
Permanent Secretary for Development (Works), Development Bureau, HKSAR Government,
NEC Asia Pacific Users' Group Chair
  • Best practices of the NEC journey in Hong Kong
  • Looking at innovations and effective budget management for overcoming challenges ahead
  • Fostering further success of the industry
09:20 How NEC has helped shape Heathrow's contracting journey
  David Ferroussat
Development Procurement Director, Heathrow Airport Limited
  • Heathrow's Contract Journey
  • Collaboration and Leadership
  • Case Studies - Terminal 5 and Terminal 2
09:40 Delivering Cost Effective Public Works Projects through Cost-based Procurement
  John Kwong
Head of Project Cost Management Office, Development Bureau, HKSAR Government
  • Strengthening project governance and cost control of public works projects
  • Promoting a wider use of NEC Target Cost Contract to drive cost-effectiveness
  • Facilitating early contractor involvement and enhancing programme and risk management
10:00 Making NEC work in Hong Kong: Going from Good to Great
  Albert Cheng
Executive Director, Construction Industry Council, Hong Kong
  • NEC landscape in Hong Kong
  • CIC: Supporting contractors and subcontractors alike
  • NEC is here to stay!
10:20 NEC Service Contracts - Bringing World Class Excellence to Service Quality

Mark van Kalles
Director, Hargreaves Industrial Services (NEC Contractor of the Year)

Neil van Kalles
HSSE Manager, Hargreaves Industrial Services (NEC Contractor of the Year)

  • Delivering savings through collaboration
  • Driving availability and return on investment
  • Achieving world class safety
10:50 Q & A panel
11:00 Morning refreshment break and networking
11:30 NEC4 update

Ian Heaphy
NEC4 Contract Board Member

  • Introducing NEC4 Alliance Contract
  • Supporting the ICE Project 13 intiative
  • NEC3 to NEC4 transition
12:00 CLP's Partnering Contract Journey
  Anthony Ip
Senior Project Engineer - Construction, CLP Power HK
  • Experiences as an early NEC4 adopter
  • Merits of NEC process
  • Critical success factors in NEC
12:20 Integrity Management in Construction
  Mr. Alpha Leung
Principal Corruption Prevention Officer, Independent Commission Against Corruption
  • NEC & ICAC
  • Anti-corruption in construction
  • Building an ethical working culture
12:40 Increasing certainty of NEC project delivery

Vip Vyas
Managing Director, Distincitve Performance
Ashley Calvert
Senior Manager, Airport Authority Hong Kong

  • Making the Spirit of Trust (clause 10.2) - alive and real on major projects
  • Comparing traditional and NEC projects in Hong Kong
  • Building and maintaining trust
  • Anti-corruption in construction
  • Building an ethical working culture
13:00 Q & A panel
13:10 Lunch and networking 
14:00 - 15:30 Workshops: choose one of the below
1. NEC4: Managing Risk and Liability 2. NEC4 Term Service Contract 3. Important role of Project Manager and Supervisor 4. Subcontracting and audit of Defined Cost 5. Collaborative behaviours and soft skills
Tim Knee-Robinson, NEC Consultant
Damon So, Hogan Lovells
Joyce Leung, Hogan Lovells
Ben Walker, NEC Consultant Rob Gerrard, NEC Consultant, William Leung, Chun Wo Construction Ian Heaphy, NEC Consultant KH Fok, NEC Consultant; Dennis Li, NEC Consultant; David Maxwell, JCP International
15:30 Afternoon refreshment break and networking
16:00 Hong Kong Practice Notes
  Francis Leung
Principal Assistant Secretary (Works) 4, Development Bureau, HKSAR Government
16:10 Speaker panel session 
16:50 Closing Remarks
17:00 Cocktail Reception
Hon Chi-Keung
NEC Asia-Pacific Uses’ Group Chair & Permanent Secretary for Development (Works), Development Bureau, HKSAR Government
Ir Hon Chi-keung has been appointed Permanent Secretary for Development (Works) since April 2015.
Ir Hon graduated from the Department of Civil Engineering, University of Hong Kong in 1980. He also obtained a master degree in Public Administration from the University in 1997. He is a fellow of the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers and Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
Ir Hon joined the Government as an Assistant Engineer in 1983. He was promoted to Chief Engineer in 1999, to Government Engineer in 2005 and to Principal Government Engineer in 2008. He was Project Manager of Hong Kong Island and Islands Development Office of the Civil Engineering and Development Department from 2008 to 2011. He has been Director of Civil Engineering and Development from January 2011 to April 2015 before his appointment as Permanent Secretary for Development (Works).
David Ferroussat
Development Procurement Director, Heathrow Airport Limited
David has over 30 years experience in the construction industry with 25 of those years being at Heathrow, firstly as a consultant and since 2000 direct with Heathrow. David's role covers procurement and commercial leadership on all construction projects relating to Heathrow’s existing Infrastructure assets including runways, taxiways, car parks, roads, utilities, terminal buildings and all construction related consultancy services. David has more recently been working with the Airport Expansion team on the Contracting and Commercial strategy for the 3rd Runway. Before that David led the HAL commercial team on the £2.5bn Terminal 2 Project and also led the project management team responsible for all the Business Critical Systems within the main terminal building. David has also been HAL’s Ombudsman and between 2002 and 2008 led the HAL Supply Chain Team on the £4.3bn Terminal 5 Project responsible for the commercial relationship with all the 1st tier suppliers.  David is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, a Member of the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors and a Member of the Association for Project Management. David also sits on the Constructing Excellence Management Board as a client representative and chairs The Infrastructure Forum’s Procurement Working Group.
John Kwong
Head of Project Cost Management Office, Development Bureau
Ir John Kwong was appointed Head of Project Cost Management Office in June 2016 to devise, promote, coordinate and oversee cost management initiatives for public works as well as promoting the same in private construction projects.  He is also overseeing the implementation of capital works projects under the Capital Works Programme.

Ir Kwong is a civil engineer by training.  He graduated in the University of Hong Kong in 1987 and obtained several postgraduate degrees in engineering and laws.  He was the Contract Advisor of the Drainage Services Department, looking after procurement and contractual matters on works contracts. He joined the Commerce and Economic Development Bureau later to take forward the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal project, the expansion of the Hong Kong Disneyland as well as other tourism projects.  He was the Chief Assistant Secretary (Works) of the Development Bureau before his appointment as the Head of Project Cost Management Office.
Alpha Leung
Principal Corruption Prevention Officer, Independent Commission Against Corruption
Mr. Leung is a Principal Corruption Prevention Officer of the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) in Hong Kong.  Since he joined the ICAC in 1998, he has advised public and private sector organisations on systemic control against risks of corruption in law enforcement, procurement practices and major infrastructure projects.  Mr. Leung is currently heading a team which is dedicated for providing anti-corruption solutions on construction in the public sector.
Ian Heaphy
NEC4 Contract Board and Director at IN Construction Consulting
Ian has over 20 years of experience in the construction industry, including aviation, oil & gas, rail, water, highways and building. He has worked with clients across the UK, Middle East, Far East and North America including government bodies, private employers and international contractors. He specialises in the development and implementation of innovative procurement strategies with particular expertise around incentivisation, partnering, alliancing and target cost / cost reimbursable contracts for major projects and programmes of work.
Ian is a member of the NEC4 Contract Board has been directly involved in drafting and shaping the next generation of NEC contracts.
Ian regularly facilitates workshops and delivers training in contract forms and procurement & contract strategies. He also frequently speaks at industry events and has had numerous articles published in construction journals. In addition to his NEC and procurement work Ian also acts as adjudicator, dispute resolver and quantum Expert Witness.
Anthony Ip
Senior Project Engineer - Construction, CLP Power HK
Mr. Ip is a civil and structural engineer by profession and has been involved in various multidisciplinary infrastructural projects with consultants and contractors since his graduation in 1989. Since joining CLP Power HK Limited (CLP) from 2000, he has been involved in Engineering Projects Department (EPD) of CLP looking after the transmission projects that include new transmission substations, overhead line tower slope upgrading and tower structural reinforcement, as well as various substation upgrading works for existing circuit network.

Mr. Ip has led the Civil Design Section in CLP from 2007 to 2017. He currently is leading the Civil Construction Section in CLP to oversee the civil construction contracts and projects for both green field and brown field sites.

Since 2011, Mr. Ip has involved in the NEC contract establishment for new transmission substation projects in CLP. In the past few years, CLP successfully adopted ECC3 in 6 x transmission civil projects. In 2018, Mr. Ip successfully adopted new NEC4 Framework Contract for the construction of superstructure of transmission substations and ECC4 in the construction of superstructure of Queen’s Hill Substation.
Albert Cheng
Executive Director, Construction Industry Council, Hong Kong
Ir Albert CHENG is currently the Executive Director of the Construction Industry Council (CIC), Hong Kong. He is a seasoned construction professional with over 30 years’ experience in the planning, design, management and implementation of mega public works projects. Prior to joining the Construction Industry Council, Ir CHENG was the Head of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Hong Kong Project Management Office of the Highways Department and the Head of the New Territories East Development Office of the Civil Engineering and Development Department. Ir CHENG is a Fellow Member of the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers and currently the President of the Hong Kong Institution of Highways and Transportation.
Robert Gerrard
NEC Users' Group Secretary & NEC4 drafter
Robert specialises in NEC contracts, both setting these up and successfully managing them. He has over 30 years’ experience in contract management and carries out training around the world. Robert is also an Accredited Mediator.
He is an Examiner for the ICE Certificate in Law and Contract Management (CLCM) and has also held the position of NEC Users’ Group Secretary from 2006 to date. 
His publications include NEC2 and NEC3 Compared, 2005, joint author in NEC3 Practical Solutions, was an NEC4 Contract Drafter and part of the NEC3 contracts working group.
Robert can be contacted on or on +44(0)20 7664 2446.
Ben Walker
NEC4 drafter and CEO at CEMAR
Ben has 16 years’ experience working within the construction industry on a variety of construction and maintenance contracts. In 2005 Ben founded the cloud-based CEMAR system, currently administering over £50 billion of the UK’s strategic infrastructure programmes.
Ben is an NEC4 drafter and consultant. He has lectured extensively on NEC since 2008 as a tutor for Thomas Telford Limited. Since 2012 Ben has worked as an examiner for the ICE Law and Contracts Management Examinations.  Ben has a degree in civil engineering and is an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
Francis Leung
Principal Assistant Secretary (Works) 4, Development Bureau, HKSAR Government
Francis is a quantity surveyor by profession. He has extensive experience in procurement, costing and contractual aspects of construction. He is currently Principal Assistant Secretary (Works) of the Development Bureau, responsible for policy formulation and implementation on construction procurement, contractual issues, professional services and liaison with the industry in HKSAR and the Mainland. Before joining the HKSAR Government, he worked with the Mass Transit Railway and John Lok and Partners Ltd.
Francis graduated from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and received an MSc Degree (Distinction) from the University of Warwick, UK.
Mark van Kalles
Director, Hargreaves Industrial Services
Mark van Kalles BSc MSc is a Director for Hargreaves Group’s two operating companies in Hong Kong; Hargreaves Industrial Services HK (NEC Contractor of the Year 2018) a Mechanical Engineering and Maintenance business and Access Services HK a Scaffolding and Safe Access business. Mark specialises in Strategy and Process Improvement drawing from previous employment with Toyota and AECOM and with experience in Manufacturing,  Transportation and Logistics, Environment and Climate Change, Engineering and Competence Development. In part of his role as Contracts Director, he is Project Director for two NEC3 contracts in Hong Kong for CLP Power one of which won the award for Contractor of the Year 2018.
Neil van Kalles
HSSE Manager, Hargreaves Industrial Services
Neil van Kalles BSc PGCE is the HSSE Manager for Hargreaves Industrial Services HK and Access Services HK.  Neil leads the development of the Health and Safety Management System and monitors compliance at all sites.  Previously Neil worked in the Oil & Gas sector as a lead consultant and senior trainer for international companies.   Areas of specialism include; Root Cause Analysis, Competency Management, Training, Behavioural Safety and Information Systems development.
Dennis Li Yan Chun
NEC Consultant
Dennis Li Yan Chun is the Associate Director of JCP Consultancy International Ltd and the Managing Director of his own company, LSP Professional Services Ltd, to provide contract advise and engineering services for the industry. He has organized trainings and provided contract advises for major organizations in Hong Kong such as DSD, CEDD, Gammon, Dragages, Build King, Ming Hing, etc.
He is also the training tutor for the NEC ECC Project Manager Accreditation programme in Hong Kong and the part-time lecturer of the Hong Kong Construction Industry Council (HKCIC) for the courses of Principle of NEC and Conditions of Contract (Civil).
Dennis Li graduated from the University of Hong Kong in 2006 and is a chartered engineer since 2010 with over 8 years of post-qualification experience on a variety of civil engineering projects. He had undertaken legal education and served as the first Assistant Resident Engineer in the HKSAR Pilot NEC3 Contract with key contribution to success in construction partnership.
Apart from NEC, he is a Consultant who provides general engineering consultancy services.
KH Fok
NEC Consultant
KH Fok is an active NEC practitioner in Hong Kong.  He has been involving in more than 20 NEC or Target Cost projects since 2008.  KH is currently appointed by Civil Engineering and Development Department of HKSAR to provide advisory services on the Tseung Kwan O – Lam Tin Tunnel Project which has 4 works contracts using NEC3 ECC options A, B, C and D respectively.
KH is one of the local tutors to teach NEC3 Accreditation Courses in HK.  He also provides NEC training workshops to the Works Departments of HKSAR, local consultants and contractors.  His training course on “Implementation of NEC3 ECC and Practical Issues in Hong Kong” is recognised by the Hong Kong Institute of Engineers as one of the CPD courses.
KH graduated as a civil engineer.  His thorough grasp of the NEC essence has helped in his successful management of more than 50 construction projects.  KH became a popular facilitator for partnering, risk management and value engineering workshops and has been facilitating nearly 600 workshops with equal fluency in Cantonese and English since 2000.  He was invited by the Building and Construction Authority of the Singapore government to speak at the “Seminar and Workshop on Essentials in Collaborative Contracting” in April 2018.  Participants were inspired by his “Moving Away from Business as Usual” operation model based on NEC essence and default procedures.
Tim Knee-Robinson
NEC4 drafter and Director at TKR Consultancy Ltd
Tim is a chartered civil engineer and NEC specialist with over 25 years of project experience across a wide range of sectors including civil engineering, highway infrastructure, waste water, energy and building.  He has experience of working for contractors, clients and consultants.

Tim has over 15 years of experience successfully delivering NEC procured projects including acting as Project Manager / Supervisor.  He has provided NEC consultancy services and training on numerous projects in the UK and Hong Kong, including delivering over 350 training courses.

Tim was the NEC contract adviser on the Hong Kong Government’s first NEC pilot project and has been advising CLP Power Hong Kong Ltd on the implementation of NEC since 2011.  He is currently advising CEDD on their HK$1.6bn Tseung Kwan O - Lam Tin Tunnel project.

Tim was a key member of the NEC4 drafting team including being the lead drafter for all the NEC user guides and drafting key elements of the ECC.
David Maxwell
Founder and Director, JCP International
David is a founder and director of JCP International and JCP Consultancy (UK). He has over 20 years experience supporting large construction projects worldwide, facilitating improvement initiatives through value engineering, risk management, and quality improvement techniques all based on embedding collaborative working behaviours.
He has had considerable involvement with NEC and other collaborative contracts since 1998 in UK, UAE and HK.  He supported the team on Al Raha Beach, which was the first use of NEC contract in the UAE.
He first worked in HK in 1999 in supporting MTRC to embed a collaborative culture right across the Tseung Kwan O Line, where a massive HK$15bn saving was made on the project and an opening 4½ months earlier than programmed.
David is an engineer by profession and is a part-time lecturer on the Integrated Project Delivery MSc programme at HKU.
Damon So
Partner, Hogan Lovells
Damon is a partner in the Construction and Engineering Practice of the Hong Kong office of Hogan Lovells. He has been ranked as "Leading Individual" by legal directories for construction legal practice and is the Honorary Legal Advisor to the American Society of Civil Engineers, Kwong Yuet Tong and the Hong Kong Institute of Construction Managers and the Professional Green Building Council.
Damon So initially qualified as a Chartered Civil and Structural engineer. Since becoming qualified as a lawyer within the Construction & Engineering Practice, he has advised clients on the full remit of issues that clients may face in the construction sector. Damon has significant experience in advising on a variety of construction related contracts using various standard forms including NEC3 form and helps clients prepare and negotiate such contracts. Damon has handled a large amount of construction related arbitration, litigation and alternative dispute resolution over the years.
He is an Accredited Mediator and sits as an arbitrator. He has spoken widely on construction related legal topics. He is an author of various arbitration and construction related publications.
Joyce Leung
Senior Associate, Hogan Lovells
Joyce is a senior associate in the Construction and Engineering Practice of the Hong Kong office of Hogan Lovells.
Joyce has undertaken a wide range of non-contentious construction work, including advising and drafting contracts and other related documentation for employers, contractors, consultants and statutory bodies based on various industry standard forms including the NEC suite.  She has advised on various construction legal issues, including matters relating to contract interpretation, defects, delay, variation and payment. Joyce also has extensive experience in a range of commercial and contentious matters, including litigation and arbitration proceedings, with a particular focus on construction disputes. 
She is a Contributor to "The Annotated Ordinances of Hong Kong – Arbitration Ordinance (Cap. 609)" and is acknowledged for her contribution to the "Hong Kong Civil Procedure" since 2009 and "Hong Kong Legal Practice Manual: Civil Litigation" published in 2012.
Vip Vyas
Managing Director, Distinctive Performance
Vip Vyas is acclaimed for partnering with Project Boards and senior project management teams to catalyse rapid shifts in the performance of their Capital Projects.

He and his team have impacted the outcomes of major, mega and ultra-large projects exceeding USD 120 billion of Capital Value. across 25 countries, in the Oil and Gas, Mining, Infrastructure, Power, Logistics, FMCG and Technology sectors, including many major projects in Hong Kong. He is an expert in establishing high performance alliances, joint ventures and strategic consortia, where performance depends on unlocking “traditional” project management mindsets; and building collaborative environments that satisfy a diverse range of stakeholder interests

Vip has studied Strategy and Execution at the Harvard Business School, Infrastructure and PPP at IIMA, been a Visiting Consultant at the London Business School and is a regular contributor to INSEAD’s Thought Leadership on Governance, Strategy and Mega-Projects.

He has designed and delivers the wickedly engaging and challenging “Making NEC3 and NEC4 Real” program for HKU’s MSc in Integrated Project Delivery; and delivers the behavioural aspects of “Successfully Managing NEC contracts” workshops for practitioners from the Development Bureau and Public Works Departments.
Ashley Calvert
Senior Manager, Airport Authority Hong Kong
Ashley is currently working for the Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK) on the Third Runway Project. He is acting as the Project Manager on the first NEC contract to be exercised by AAHK (NEC3 ECC Option D). Ashley has been working in Honk Kong for over 21 years in a wide range of construction fields. Over the years he has gained a depth of experience and broad contractual perspective having worked directly for specialist subcontractors, main contractors, project management teams and client organisations. His first introduction to NEC contracts was in 2013 while working for MTRC’s Projects division. He was involved with the preparation of tender documentation, contract award, and initial stages of project management of MTRC’s first NEC contract. The contract, Re-provisioning of Kennedy Town Swimming Pool (Phase 2), was winner of the NEC Large Project Of The Year 2016.
William Leung
General Manager (Construction), Chun Wo Constructon
Aged 54. Joined the Group in March 2012 and appointed as General Manager (Construction) of Chun Wo Group in February 2018 to take charge as the Business Unit Head of Civil BU 1 which include Civil Division, Foundation Division, Railway Division. Graduated in 1987 with a Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering with Specialization in Engineering Management from University of Glasgow, United Kingdom. Has 31 years of experience in the construction industry including civil, building, foundation and marine engineering projects in Hong Kong and UK.
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Based in Hong Kong, The Contracts Group specialises in the provision of expert consultancy services for the construction industry in Hong Kong, Mainland China, Asia and Worldwide.  We assist on construction projects from the pre-contract stage, into project delivery and through to post-contract completion as well as dealing with any disputes that arise.

Our senior staff have many years of experience in dealing with construction contracts, quantity surveying services, risk, project control and management services, claims, disputes and expert services in the varying sectors of the construction industry.  We utilise this experience to seek the most appropriate solutions to the many and varied problems that are found on construction projects and to provide a full range of construction contracts services.

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Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP

Our specialist construction team has an unsurpassed track record of advising on major Asia and international projects, assisting clients on all commercial aspects of construction and engineering projects as well as dispute resolution and arbitration.  Our position as a leading global and Hong Kong infrastructure, real estate and construction practice, has brought us into close working contact with most of the world’s leading infrastructure developers and contractors, all of whom we have close relationships with. Such connections are pivotal to successful delivery of any major project.

The NEC contracts are our stock in trade and we work with them every day. We have huge experience of drafting and negotiating contracts based on these forms, for a wide range of projects across all industry sectors; assisting clients in conducting risk reviews to understand the liabilities to which they may be exposed; and advising on issues arising the construction period and afterwards relating to claims, delays, defects, Final Accounts and other matters.

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