NEC4 – The changes and the Implications19/09/17

NEC4 – The changes and the Implications

This seminar will appeal to all construction professionals that want to get to grips with the new edition.

ICES Northern Counties warmly welcomes both members and non members to a free morning briefing covering the changes and implications of NEC4.

The NEC4 Engineering and Construction Contract and Subcontract are to be published in June 2017.

In this complimentary breakfast seminar, we take a detailed review of the new provisions in the ECC and ESC, the changes from the NEC3 edition and set out the implications these will have on the parties and their administration of the contract.

The new provisions and/or changes to be considered in this seminar are to:
• Terminology
• Collaboration (Opportunities/ Early Contractor Involvement)
• Quality
• Design
• Programming
• Compensation Events
• Defined Cost
• Subcontractor’s Cost
• Schedules of Cost Components
• Fee Percentages
• Payment (application and final)
• Retention
• Confidentiality
• Assignment
• Dispute resolution

Speaker(s): Scott Milner, Scott is an Associate Director with DGA Group. He has decades of experience training, claims and dispute resolution having worked in private practice, for major building and civil engineering contractors, international contract and commercial/claims consultancies, as Commercial Director and In-house Solicitor for an international contractor and as a lecturer.


Organisation: Other: Other
Date: 19/09/17
Time: 08:00 - 10:00
Speaker: Scott Milner BSc (Hons), MSc, PG Dip Law, PG Dip Legal Practice, MRICS, MCIArb, Solicitor (non-practising)
Venue: Esh Academy Building, Esh Academy Building, Bowburn North Industrial Estate, Bowburn, Durham, DH6 5PF
Cost: Free
Type: Commercial Update
Contact: ICES Website
Region: Durham
Time of Day: Day
Topic: Legal

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