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1410, 2020

The Psychology Of Claims: Your Questions Answered

October 14th, 2020|

In our recent Webinar series, we explored the behaviours that drive the appropriate decisions and actions needed to overcome the burden of delay and cost overruns in the delivery of engineering construction projects. Join Kingsfield Academy and Freeths LLP for a free wrap-up Webinar on 4 November - 12.00 to 13.00 (UK) in which [...]

1809, 2020

An Introduction to the Project Collaboration Toolkit (PCT)

September 18th, 2020|

The ECITB’s Project Collaboration Toolkit (PCT) supports collaborative working relationships across the engineering construction sector.  Offering advice and guidance to companies looking to work together more efficiently,  the toolkit shares industry best practice and guides clients and contractors on joint working. Originally designed for the offshore oil and gas sector, the toolkit has now [...]

2408, 2020

Collaborative Working – The Catalyst For Successful Engineering Construction Project Delivery

August 24th, 2020|

• Could capital be used more efficiently? • Could the knowledge, expertise and experience of the supply chain be utilised more effectively? • Could productivity be improved and wastage minimised? • Could achievable delivery dates be substantially reduced? • Could total investment costs be reduced significantly without compromising safety and quality? • Could disagreements, [...]

2008, 2020

A contractor’s perspective on implementing AWP

August 20th, 2020|

Building on the ECI’s successful introductory webinar on AWP led by Stuart Block, Fluor, the ECI will now take a deeper look at what the implementation of AWP means from a contractor’s perspective.  Led by Luigi Anselmi from Tecnimont will look in detail at AWP from a contractors perspective. Why should contractors embrace it? [...]

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 [...]

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