Dr David Hancock to deliver keynote speech at the NEC Annual Seminar

Dr David Hancock to deliver keynote speech at the NEC Annual Seminar


Dr David Hancock, Construction Director for the Infrastructure and Projects Authority at the Cabinet Office, will be speaking at the NEC Users’ Group Annual Seminar 2017, bringing an exclusive first-hand government perspective on NEC Contracts.

The event will open with an unveiling of NEC4 delivered by ICE President Tim Broyd and NEC Users’ Group President Rudi Klein and will feature key speakers from the NEC4 Contract Board such as Peter Higgins and Steve Rowsell, discussing the new suite of contracts in detail.

The NEC Annual Seminar will take place on the 22nd June, in London, UK. Experts from across industry and government will be gathering at this event to discuss the latest updates and developments in NEC Contracts.

During the afternoon sessions of the event, attendees will also be amongst the first to take part in a practical NEC4 workshop, allowing them to get involved in sharing their own experiences and improving their own knowledge of NEC contracts.

This is a major opportunity for NEC users to hear about NEC4, share best practice, get the latest insights from cases studios and strengthening relationships by networking with delegates, allowing for further collaboration.

Save your place to join the NEC Users’ Group Annual Seminar now.
 
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