Visit NEC at Project Controls Expo

Visit NEC at Project Controls Expo

NEC Contracts will be exhibiting at the upcoming Project Controls Expo, at the Emirates Arsenal Stadium, on 16 November 2016.

The Project Controls Expo aims to help attendees to significantly improve their project performance and help manage projects, programmes, process, cost and resource more effectively. The scope and focus of the event is to involve the participants, as much as possible to create a “Learning Environment”. Attendees will have the opportunity to choose from many different sessions to join.

Tim Knee-Robinson, NEC tutor, will be speaking at the "Back to Basics" zone at the session "Intro to NEC". He will provide attendees some insight into what are and how to use NEC contracts. 

Tim is a chartered civil engineer and NEC specialist with over 20 years of project experience across a wide range of sectors including civil engineering, highway infrastructure, waste water, energy and building. He has over 13 years of experience successfully delivering NEC procured projects. This includes acting as Project Manager / Supervisor and providing NEC consultancy services and training on numerous projects in the UK and Hong Kong. Tim has also delivered over 350 training courses on numerous projects in the UK and Hong Kong, including Manchester City Councils' £154m Town Hall Complex Transformation Programme Crossrail and HS2 projects. 

Visit NEC at stand 5.

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