What you don’t know could hurt you! This comprehensive Construction Contract Law training course uses real-life examples from actual projects and examines and compares the similarities and differences of the NEC3/4 ECC, FIDIC Red, Yellow, Silver & White Books, JBCC BA & GCC 2010/2015.
If you are involved in the management of /or with the commercial aspects of construction projects then it would be in your best interest to develop and sharpen your knowledge of how the standard forms of construction contracts differ, the law that governs them as well as the legal principles that apply. The reason is that this not only makes good business sense, it is also crucial for a successful project that all team members understand the dynamics of the construction contract, the applicable and relevant legal principles and how it all relates to the parties contractual and legal rights as well as to an organisation’s business goals. So, this training course is one that you simply can’t afford to miss as it offers you the very best opportunity to do just that.
This intensive and highly practical 2-day Construction Contract Law training course will provide you with the most comprehensive, up-to-date and practical advice on the most challenging and critical construction law and construction contract-related issues. The focus of this course is on preventing problems rather than addressing them only once they have arisen. You will learn your rights and responsibilities as defined by the reference to legislation and court cases, as well as how to enforce them. Find out how to avoid unwelcome, project crippling surprises with legally sound contracts. Make sure that you have all of your legal bases covered no matter what type of project delivery method or contract strategy is chosen.
We will also cover in detail the risks and liabilities that you may face on a daily basis. In addition we will take a detailed look at proven ways to avoid and to minimise problems on construction projects, as well as how to effectively resolve disputes and handle any claims that may arise.