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Day one

0830 Registration & coffee
0900 Start of Seminar

1 Introduction to the FIDIC 1999 Contracts
• Risk allocation and philosophy
• Role of Engineer
• Distinctive features

2 Notices and Claims Procedure
• Employer’s claims – clause 2.5
• Contractor’s claims – clause 20.1
• Failure to notify

Coffee & refreshments

3 Claims for delay
• Extension of time - clauses 8.4, 8.5
• Force majeure delays – clause 19
• Delay damages

4 Workshop 1
Claims notices and Extension of Time claim

Networking Lunch

5 Critical Path Analysis
• Alternative means of demonstrating or disproving entitlement
• Forensic delay analysis in action

6 Delay problem areas
• Concurrency
• Acceleration
• Time at large

Tea & refreshments

7 Payment and Claims for additional payment I
• Payment Certification and procedure
• Ground conditions – clause 4.12
• Late possession – clause 2.1
• Breaches of contract

8 Workshop 2
Critical path analysis and ground conditions

End of Day One

 

Day two

1 Claims for additional payment II
• Variations and design errors
• Prolongation
• Disruption and global claims

2 Quantifying and analysing claims for payment
• “Cost” or “Value”
• Profit
• Disruption
• Global claims

Coffee & refreshments

3 Employer's financial claims
• Delay damages
• Defects in work and design
• Retention and Bonds

4 Workshop 3
Contractor’s delay and disruption claim and Employer’s defects claim

Networking Lunch

5 Termination and suspension
• Employer’s default
• Contractor’s default
• Force majeure
• Financial consequences

6 DAB procedure
• Standing and ad hoc
• Dispute prevention
• Selection
• Procedure

Tea & refreshments

7 Arbitrating claims
• ICC Rules
• Selecting arbitrators
• Use of experts

8 Workshop 4
DAB hearing on Termination

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