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編號 : 2011031
項目名 : Civil Engineering Measurement
學會持續專業發展編號 : Formal Events
講師 : Mr John Battersby
日期 : 14/06/2011
時間 : 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm (Tuesday)
地點 : Surveyors Learning Centre, Suite 811, 8/F., Jardine House, Central
主辦單位 : 工料測量組
截止日期 : 31/05/2011
費用 : HK$120 per member; HK$150 for non-member (HK$20 walk in surcharge for all pricings listed); Free of charge for full time university student (subject to availability)
名額 : QSD Member; First-come-first-served
語言 : English
詳情 :

Mr. John Battersby is a Quantity Surveyor by profession having worked in the construction industry for 44 years, 28 years of which have been spent working on projects in Hong Kong, China and South East Asia. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Building, Hong Kong Institute of Construction Managers, Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and Hong Kong Institute of Arbitrators and a Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors. John has acted as an expert witness several times, both in arbitration and litigation, in respect of additional cost/loss and expense/damages claims, measurement issues, adjustment of rates, valuation of variations and causes and effects of delays to construction works. He has acted both as party appointed and ?ingle joint expert?(or ?ribunal expert?. He is a Practising Member of the Academy of Experts and accredited by the Academy as an Expert. He has also been appointed as Arbitrator, Assessor, Mediator and Dispute Resolution Advisor several times.

The programme will comprise:
- a difference in approach compared to Building Measurement
- Civil Engineering Methods of Measurement ?introducing CESMM3 (as used by MTR) and Government's Civil Engineering SMM
- MTR Contract Provisions in relation to Bills of Quantities
- Government Civil Engineering General Conditions of Contract in relation to Bills of Quantities
- Common problems arising from the preparation of Civil Engineering BQs and the contract provisions for their resolution:
- ambiguities and discrepancies
- errors in descriptions or items omitted
- errors in quantities
- Best Practice for preparing the BQ to avoid problems arising from errors and omissions
- Best Practice for overcoming difficulties imposed on BQ preparation due to:
- time constraints
- lack of design information
- lack of site investigation information
 

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