A typical construction project usually comprises transactions with high complexity. Also, a diversity of interests of many parties are in- volved including the developer, main contractor, sub-contractors and professionals e.g. architects, quantity surveyors, engineers, LCDWs and LEWs, etc. Inevitably, over time, disputes due to conflicts and disagreements about the construction work and progress payments can arise. It is therefore important that the disputes can be resolved as soon as possible to avoid unnecessary work stop- page, time lost and cost-overrun, just to name a few.
This 2-day course gives an overview of the complexity of construction projects, the nature of construction disputes as well as various dispute resolution processes which can be adapted to resolve the disputes. The participants will be guided through various ex- amples and court case judgments in the learning process.
The course will be useful to technical executives, supervisors, project managers, project coordinators, contract administrators, archi- tects, quantity surveyors, company directors, developers, safety practitioners, LCDWs, LEWs, professional engineers and engineers who are involved in construction projects.
Construction Project (1/2 Day)
Dispute Resolution Processes Part 1 (1/2 Day)
Dispute Resolution Processes Part 2(1/2 Day)
Dispute Resolution Processes Part 3(1/2 Day)
BY THE END OF THE WORKSHOP, PARTICIPANTS SHOULD:
Mr HC Lim
BEng (EE), MSc (IE), LLB (Hons), BSc (Economics) Hons, P.Eng, C.Eng, Sr MIES, MIET, ACS, ACIS is Principal Consultant of Pinnacle Engineering and Management Consultancy, a translator, an advisor for parties in adjudication as well as a certiﬁed ACTA trainer and assessor. He also holds a diploma in business administration, specialist diplomas and advanced diploma in Funds Management and administration,
E-Commerce Technologies and Multimedia Development from the local polytechnics, a certiﬁed diploma in Accounting and Finance from ACCA and a Graduate Certiﬁcate in International Arbitration from the Faculty of Law, NUS. In dispute resolution aspect, he is a SOP accredited adjudicator, fellow of the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators and an accredited mediator of SISV Panel of Mediators.
He was Director (Contracts) of the Network Development Division, SP PowerGrid before venturing into training and management Consultancy services. He has had more than 30 years experience in the transmission and distribution network development, operations and maintenance, street lighting operations, management of Safety and Security units and support services for the company’s opera- tions.
PEB Points – will be advised
Group discount: Sign up 2 pax and 3rd one attends FREE