About this workshop
This more advanced two-day course covers the complex dual 'role' of the Engineer in the administering contracts let under NZS 3910.
The subtleties of the role are explored in relation to instructions, interpretation, certification, time, cost and quality decision making and for responses to claims and disputes. Exercises, case studies and a multi-choice test are used to bed in knowledge and to share experiences.
These successful workshops are not just a lecture, throughout the workshop delegates work in groups on practical examples.
Participants will leave with a good understanding of the topics listed above, and comprehensive notes are provided for future reference.
This workshop has been presented annually since 2004, and feedback has been excellent.
Who should attend?
This course is designed for people with contract management experience; either those who are currently in the role of Engineer to the Contract or those who aspire to this role.
Participants are recommended to have had some previous training in construction contracts, such as the IPWEA NZ Engineer’s Representative and Contractor’s Representative course, or similar.
Please register early to avoid disappointment; workshops are limited to 20 delegates.
Please note: In the unlikely event of date postponement, IPWEA NZ recommend booking flexible travel.
What to bring
If possible please bring a copy of NZS 3910 “Conditions of Contract for Building and Civil Engineering Construction” (2013 edition) for their reference during the workshop.
A limited number of loan copies will be available to borrow at the workshop for reference. Alternatively, new copies of NZS 3910: 2013 can be purchased from Standards New Zealand, Private Bag, Wellington or via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Members: $1,255.50 + GSTNon-members: $1,395 + GST