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Sorry this seminar is now Fully Booked. bto is hosting a “conversation” between Project Manager Ian Mackay, Director at CNS Planning, and Accredited Construction Law Specialist Ann O’Connell to explore typical issues raised during a construction project.
Date: Thursday, 12 February 2015
Time: 12:30 - 14:00
Location: bto solicitors The Presentation Suite, 5th Floor, 48 St Vincent Street, Glasgow G2 5HS
Ann O’Connell, Partner and Accredited Specialist bto's Construction & Engineering team.
Ian Mackay, Director at CNS Planning.
Audience:Employers, Contractors, Developers, Contract Managers and Project Managers.
13:30 Discussion & buffet lunch
Fee:This seminar is free of charge.
Sorry this seminar is now Fully Booked.
bto is hosting a “conversation” between Project Manager Ian Mackay, Director at CNS Planning, and Accredited Construction Law Specialist Ann O’Connell to explore typical issues raised during a construction project.
The scenario that will be discussed focuses on a project for the external refurbishment of three residential blocks. It combines elements of refurbishment, new build, civil and building services engineering works.
The “conversation” will consider the choice of contract and ground conditions. It will look at how the contract terms address issues raised and some changes that may be helpful. The terms of the appropriate NEC3 and SBCC forms of contract will be contrasted.
Who should attend?
Employers, Contractors, Developers, Contract Managers and Project Managers.
Ian Mackay is a Chartered Civil Engineer with 30 years’ experience in the construction industry in the UK and overseas. During his career Ian has been a Project Manager on a range of civil engineering and building projects. For the past 15 years, Ian has specialised in project planning and delay analysis, including acting as an expert witness in adjudications and arbitrations. Ian is a co-founder and owner of CNS Planning - specialists in forensic delay analysis, project planning and project controls.
Ann O’Connell is a specialist in Construction Law accredited by the Law Society of Scotland. She provides specialised advice to private, public, commercial and industrial sector clients in contract negotiation, contentious claims and insurance dispute resolution. Ann has a comprehensive knowledge of construction industry contracts and appointments. She sits on the SBCC Committee and the Drafting Sub Committee and performed the prestigious role of drafting the SBCC 2005 suite of contracts, through the 2009 and 2011 Revisions. She has ongoing responsibilities for current revisals. Ann has also advised the ACE on their appointment documents.
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