Monday, January 22 2018 14:01:14

CPD by Others
Code : 2014078
Event Name : Commercial Management the NEC Way
CPD Code : Formal Events
Speaker : Mr. Mark Lyddon, Director of Infrastructure, Turner & Townsend Brechin

Mark has worked in the construction industry for over seventeen years and has based in Hong Kong since 2013. He has worked with a variety of infrastructure clients, across the transportation and utility sectors. He has spent a significant time working with the UK’s water companies. He has managed teams of consultants to provide procurement strategy advice, Project Management roles and commercial support to clients operating the NEC contracts.

Mr. Ian Heaphy, Procurement Director, Turner & Townsend Brechin

Ian has over 18 years’ experience across the industry, including water, LNG, oil & gas, petro-chemical, aviation, rail, highways, building and IT equipment installation and software development. He has been involved with the NEC for over 15 years and has supported government departments, major clients and international contractors deliver the benefits of the NEC forms of contract and target cost / cost reimbursable procurement strategies and has provided expert advice and acted as an independent expert on NEC matters. He has also provided training and support to users in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Hong Kong, and produced numerous papers on the NEC.
Event Date : 21/07/2014
Event Time : 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm (Registration and networking time: from 6:30 pm)
CPD Hour(s) : 1.5
Venue : Surveyors Learning Centre, Room 120712/F, Wing On Centre, 111 Connaught Road Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Division : QSD
Closing Date : 20/07/2014
Fee : HK$120 for members; HK$150 for non-members (HK$30 walk-in surcharge on all prices listed); Free of charge for student members studying full time (subject to availability)
Priority : Priority is given to QSD Members; First-come-first-served
Language : English
Details :

Following successful trails of the NEC in Hong Kong, various government departments have decided to use NEC3 contracts generally for more government contracts tendered in 2015/16. As with any contract form the success of their use is underpinned by a clear understanding of how they should be operated so as to maximise their benefits and avoid many of the pitfalls that a user unfamiliar with their content can fall into. These issues will be dealt with in this talk.

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