NEC Asia Pacific Users' Group FAQ Forum Product code: L07100-HK

 
Mar 5 th

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The Asia Pacific Users’ Group has received very positive feedback on the NEC FAQ Forum. This event is a great opportunity to share up-to-date industry practice, issues and possible solutions with peers and will be taking place on Thursday, 5th March 2020, 18:30 – 20:00 (Registration/networking at 18:00 with light refreshments).

Are you looking forward to getting together with the NEC community to share learnings and exchange views on best practice between local and international approaches? Join the event now.

Asia Pacific Users Group Members can enrol on this event free of charge.
Seats are limited. Register today to secure your place.

For more information, please email usergroup@neccontract.com or call +44 (0) 207 665 2445
Speakers
Mr. Stanley Lo - Consultant, Deacons
Stanley-Lo.jpg Stanley is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor, a Chartered Construction Manager and a Solicitor admitted in the High Court of Hong Kong SAR. He has over 35 years of experience serving the construction industry and has worked for reputable developers, consultants and contractors on building, heavy civil engineering, railway and other infrastructure projects in Hong Kong, Macau, China, the Middle East and Australia.  Stanley specialises in construction law, contract administration, project management, tendering strategies, Public–Private Partnerships and resolution of construction disputes through mediation, adjudication, arbitration and litigation. Stanley also advises on the use of NEC contracts. 
Tim Knee-Robinson, BEng(Hons) CEng MICE MAPM MCIHT, NEC4 drafter and Director at TKR Consultancy Ltd
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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. Tim has experience of working for contractors, clients and consultants.
Tim has over 16 years of experience successfully delivering NEC procured projects and supporting clients in the implementation of the NEC. This includes undertaking the role of the Project Manager / Supervisor, providing contract advice and training on numerous projects in the UK and Hong Kong. Tim has delivered over 350 training courses on behalf of numerous clients in the UK and Hong Kong, including CLP Power Hong Kong Ltd, HyD, ArchSD, DSD and CEDD.
Tim was the NEC adviser on Hong Kong Government’s first NEC pilot project and is currently advising CLP Power Hong Kong Ltd on their 2nd generation Transmission Substation Programme as well as providing advice and training to a number of Government work departments including HyD and CEDD.  Tim is currently advising CEDD on the four separate contracts comprising the HK$3.5bn Lam Tin Tunnel eastern approaches project. Tim was a key member of the NEC4 drafting team which included leading the drafting of all the user guides (24 no. books) and drafting key elements of the ECC. He has extensive experience of preparing NEC contracts including developing a Works Information (now Scope) structure which formed the basis of all the contracts used on the 2012 Olympics (130+ contracts) and the user guide checklist.
Agenda
18:00 Registration
   
18:30 Welcome Address
   
18:40 Presentation/Panel Discussion/FAQ
       
19:50 Q&A
   
20:00 Closing
   
Venue
Deacons
14th Floor, Alexandra House
18 Chater Road
Central
 
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