NEC4 transition: how to move from NEC3 to NEC4

14 July 2017 

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NEC4 has now been released, and although the support for NEC3 will continue, NEC4 brings users some significant new features and improvements.

By using NEC4 users will benefit from:
  • Streamlined processes and updated definitions
  • Improved contract administration and reduced administration costs
  • Greater clarity and reduced potential for problems
  • Provision for BIM and early contractor involvement
  • Improved risk opportunity and risk management

This webinar aims to get you ready to “jump” for NEC4!

Join this session to find out:
  • Why you should move to NEC4
  • How to prepare yourself and your team to work with the new contracts
  • What has changed from NEC3 and how to address it
 
 
Matthew Garratt, New Contract Board Member and Commercial Director at Costain   Robert Gerrard, NEC Users’ Group Secretary and NEC4 drafter
Matthew is Commercial Director for the Thames Tideway Tunnel project for Costain.
He is a chartered surveyor and a qualified arbitrator.
Matthew’s experience includes a range of engineering projects across the UK, he specialises in commercial strategy and dispute avoidance, and providing advice on NEC3.
He is an NEC board member and an NEC4 drafter.
  Rob specialises in procurement and project management and is also involved in extensive NEC training and consultancy work.
He is an Examiner for the ICE Law & Contract Procedure he has also held the position of NEC Users’ Group Secretary from 2006 to date.
Robert was also a part of the working group who drafted the NEC3 April 2013 suite of contracts and the recently announced NEC4 suite.

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