In the last 18 months, there have been significant changes to many of the standard forms of construction contracts…from the addition of the new sub-contract in the FIDIC suite of contracts, to the recent amendments of GCC 2010 and now the launch of the 6th edition of the JBCC as well as updates to the NEC in 2013.
Managing projects successfully involves managing risk successfully. Many risks are underpinned by the principles of construction law so understanding these principles will allow you to manage your risk better which in turn will promote the effective management of your projects. Given the decrease in construction activities and projects as a result of the global economic crisis better risk management is now more essential than ever to ensure that margins are achieved and that budgets are not overrun.
So, whether you are a developer, land owner, project manager, design professional, employer or contractor you need to stay abreast of the latest developments and changes to the standard form construction contracts that are affecting the construction industry.
This is where our Construction Contract Law training course comes in…because it is the one course that 1000s of construction industry professionals have relied on over the past 7 years for the most comprehensive, up-to-date and practical advice on the most critical construction contract law issues.
This course will not only enhance your understanding of standard form contracts, but will go beyond the standard form contracts by looking at the approach of the courts in terms of the application of common law to construction contracts. We will also cover in detail the responsibilities and liabilities that you may face on a daily basis. In addition we will cover in-depth and proven ways to avoid and to minimise problem situations on construction projects, as well as how to effectively resolve disputes or claims that may arise.
By attending this training course you will ensure that your company is equipped with the very latest knowledge of construction contract law to be successful in the current climate.