Search

6 Ways to Improve your Commercial Position

Webinar
Event Details
Date & Time
11 November 2020 11:30 - 12:30 GMT
Location

Webinar

Book Now

With a focus on the rail sector… 6 ways to improve your commercial position.

Dealing with various events arising throughout the course of a project can impact on both the price of the works and the duration in which they will be completed.

This free hour-long webinar will look at ways to protect your organisation should such an event arise and steps that can be considered to ensure your contractual rights and commercial position are preserved.

Our speakers Carl Simms and Michelle Metz will explore six ways in which you can improve the commercial position of your project by exploring some of the contractual areas that often get overlooked during the design, construction, or manufacturing phases of a project.

Topics Covered

  1. notices
  2. record keeping
  3. variations
  4. extensions of time
  5. omissions, and
  6. claims

Speakers

Carl Simms is a Director and claims management specialist at HKA with over 18 years’ experience in the rail, construction, and engineering industries.

Carl has worked on a range of projects in the rail, rolling stock and signalling sector for a variety of clients providing support with contentious issues (dispute resolution and avoidance), drawing on skills in adjudication, arbitration and litigation, as well as, preparing and defending claims.

Michelle Metz is a Partner and planner by training with over 28 years’ experience in the construction industry.  She has worked on a wide range of projects, acted as delay expert on 14 occasions and an expert assistant on a further 13 disputes.

Michelle has acted as expert, or assistant expert, on complex disputes for projects with values in excess of US$250 million. This experience has been gained on a range of projects including the construction of pharmaceutical facilities, LNG refineries, combined cycle power plants, rolling stock, roads, rail, tunneling, airports and building projects.

Event Details
Date & Time
11 November 2020 11:30 - 12:30 GMT
Venue

Webinar

Book Now