FIDIC Masterclass: Dispute Resolution & Intro to Dispute Adjudication Board
Tuesday, 22 November 2016 from 09:00 to 18:00 (SGT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Construction projects can be held up or delayed due to disputes between parties and the resulting court cases, and these events can have a significant impact on completion dates and profitability. The course is designed to provide you with the technical knowledge on the provisions of dispute resolution under FIDIC Contracts, and give practical advice on resolving disputes under FIDIC Contracts. The course will also introduce you to the application of Dispute Adjudication Board (DAB) rules and procedures.
What to Expect?
Lecture: interactive series of presentation supported by in-depth group discussions.
Case Studies and Exercises: allow you to apply the new theory and concepts in real-life context.
After this programme, you will be able to:
Differentiate dispute avoidance and dispute resolutions.
- State types of disputes and issues encountered on projects and how to address it.
- Explain the claims and dispute resolution procedures under FIDIC contracts.
- Define the principles governing Dispute and Adjudication Board (DAB)
- Explain the use of Dispute Adjudication Board in the FIDIC construction projects.
Who Should Attend?
Project owners / Employers / Contractors / Quantity Surveyors /Engineers / Architects / Commercial Manager / Any practitioners involved in FIDIC Contracts.
Intermediate level, with good knowledge or have experience working under FIDIC Contracts, having attended the FIDIC Contract Fundamentals is recommended.
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