The decision of the supreme court on an offshore wind farm in MT Højgaard v E.On (3 August 2017) has thrown open again the debate on Fitness for Purpose obligations – which has huge relevance not only for lawyers but also for the engineering community who have to take bidding and delivery risks on these complicated projects.
Although Fitness for Purpose obligations are nothing new in Engineering and Construction world, how well are these obligations and implications actually understood technically and contractually– and how could this decision change this understanding?
Join Kingsfield Consulting and ECI at this day-long workshop to:
- Consider Fitness for Purpose obligations from a technical, contractual, and practical project delivery perspective, in the light of this judgement
- Understand the implications of risks and liabilities before making contractual commitments
Who should attend?
This workshop will offer senior managers, project managers, department heads, legal counsels, contract managers and other interested project staff in Owners, EPC Contractors and supply chain members the chance to debate these important issues.
Payment will be taken on booking. If you find yourself unable to attend, you may nominate an alternative delegate at any time. We reserve the right to cancel any seminar in exceptional circumstances. In this unlikely occurrence, you will be offered a full refund of the registration fee.
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