NEC Training in Hong Kong – We want to hear from you
NEC3 has already had a transformative effect on the industry in Hong Kong, having been used to successfully deliver some high profile projects, including the Tin Shui Wai Hospital, the Happy Valley underground stormwater storage scheme, the Kennedy Town Swimming Pool Phase 2 and many more.
These contracts put collaboration and collective risk sharing as the foundation for modern procurement. They have proven that even large, high-risk, complicated projects can be delivered on time and within budget.
At the recent NEC Asia-Pacific Users’ Group annual conference the Hong Kong government revealed a wide adoption of NEC across industry and stated that they will support the transition from NEC3 to NEC4 for public works.
With the launch of NEC4 we will continue to support our users and assist in the continuing evolution of the industry. We already have a public calendar of courses available in Hong Kong and are looking to expand our support services in the region. With this in mind we would like to ask for your feedback on training requirements in Hong Kong.
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