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708, 2020

COVID 19 Cost Assessment Toolkit – the commercial implications

August 7th, 2020|

The construction industry has begun the process of proactively addressing the disruption caused to contracts by the COVID 19 restrictions. The Construction Leadership Council (CLC) have launched the COVID 19 Cost Assessment Toolkit, which is billed as a methodology for assessing and reporting cost implications of post-COVID 19 working conditions. These are the initial [...]

3006, 2020

Restarting the Project: Collaborative Leadership

June 30th, 2020|

The COVID-19 crisis is by no means over, businesses open again, restrictions are being lifted and your project needs to restart without compromising safety. Force Majeure clauses have been scrutinised and contractual exchanges have taken place. But will contractual positioning help you get the project finished? Or is there a more effective way of [...]

2206, 2020

Fact, Fiction & Claims

June 22nd, 2020|

OVERCOMING THE BURDEN OF DELAY AND COST OVERRUNS The Psychology Of Claims – understanding human behaviour when challenged by adversity in the delivery of engineering construction projects Join us for a series of free Webinars in which we explore the behaviours that drive the appropriate decisions and actions needed to overcome the burden of [...]

1706, 2020

Introducing Advanced Work Packaging (AWP)

June 17th, 2020|

As the European Construction Institute (ECI) Chair, I am delighted to be kicking-off the ECI Webinar taking place on 1 July 2020 between 14.00 and 15.30 (UK) that is introducing Advanced Work Packaging (AWP). AWP has been prominent in North America for some years and is now gaining traction around the World – in the [...]

1606, 2020

Graduates & Early Careers

June 16th, 2020|

We understand that attracting, retaining and motivating young engineers is a challenge, which is why Kingsfield Academy is proud to announce a program of essential courses for working in engineering construction projects. These 1-day courses on the essentials of engineering construction projects have been designed to engage and equip them with the non-technical skills [...]

106, 2020

A brief & practical guide to online learning in business – Part 2

June 1st, 2020|

In the first part of the blog, we covered three forms of online learning – elearning, virtual training and webinars, and how they differ from each other in terms of delivery and suitability for different purposes. There is one more type of online learning which despite its considerable scope, flexibility and suitability for developing [...]

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