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How best to use lessons learnt from the past to optimize EPC delivery in the future

HKA
On Demand Webinar

The use of EPC delivery models continues to have rounded support in industry sectors and geographic regions. While it’s becoming an established contracting method, such models continue to include examples of significant contractual disputes and sub-optimization of overall performance.

As part of the RICE Global E&C Forum, this webinar shows how HKA’s CRUX dispute casusation research and analysis can be used to help refine and improve the execution of O&G and Energy EPC projects going forward.

Speakers:

Caryn Fuller, Director, HKA

Caryn has over twenty years of professional experience in engineering, construction, project management, project controls management and construction claims analysis. Caryn is a project/program leader with a proven track record in leading high-profile large-scale global construction initiatives with a focus on cost control, scheduling and reporting. Caryn manages HKA’s Houston practice and currently works with clients (both contractors and owners) involved with disputes and litigation. Prior to joining HKA, Caryn worked for KBR. While at KBR she was the Project Controls Department Manager in KBR’s Chicago office and the Senior Project Controls Manager from FEED through EPC on the successful $1.3B Koch Enid Fertilizer Expansion in Enid, OK. Caryn is the Membership Committee Chair for the Rice Global E&C Forum and she also serves on the EIC Connect Energy USA 2021 Advisory Board. The Houston Business Journal selected Caryn as an honoree for the 2020 Women Who Mean Business Awards.

Julian Haslam-Jones, Director, HKA

Julian is a Director with HKA, based in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. He has 20 years’ experience in all aspects of contract, claims and cost management, alternative dispute resolution and arbitration, and project and programme management. Julian has an LLM in Construction Law and Arbitration, an LLB (Hons) in Law and is a Fellow of the Chartered institute of Arbitrators.

He has held commercial and contract positions with operators, contractors and consultants in Algeria, Kuwait, Netherlands, Italy, Iraq, India, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, the United Kingdom, and United Arab Emirates where he has been a resident for over seven years.

This experience has enabled Julian to become a specialist in contractual claims for time and cost, dispute resolution, and the successful conclusion of large value and/or complicated accounts on a wide variety of projects, employing various forms of contracts.

His experience portfolio includes many major EPC oil and gas projects in the Middle East, Asia and Europe.

Charles Wilsoncroft, Partner, HKA 

Charles has over 20 years’ experience in the construction industry. He is a Chartered Civil Engineer, a Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers and a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He has gained broad experience working for a main contractor, a public-sector client organisation and now HKA. During his career he has been involved in all manner of procurement, contract training, project management, contract and claims management including dispute resolution, expert witness provision and final account settlement and regularly advises clients in respect of such. He has developed an ability to head-up teams formulating and appraising complex claims including in respect of liability, delay, disruption and other impacts, managing the overall strategy and delivery while also mastering the detailed aspects of claim

Throughout his career Charles has predominantly worked on civil and marine engineering including maritime works, dredging and structures including offshore O&G infrastructure, offshore wind (fixed and floating), subsea cables, FPSO mooring & hook up, platform decommissioning and salvage. He also has a significant experience in heavy engineering and infrastructure schemes including; O&G, process plants, rail, piling works (onshore and offshore), AMP water frameworks, highways, pipelines, canal works, dock construction and shipbuilding.

Event Details
Date & Time
12 March 2021
Event Details
Date & Time
12 March 2021