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Capital Works Management Framework Masterclass July 2495.00

Date and Time


Wednesday 24th July – 8.00 – 10.00am

Registration & Networking: 8.00 – 8.30am

Masterclass: 8.30 – 10.00am

 

About the Masterclass


The Capital Works Management Framework (CWMF) is a suite of standard-form construction contracts, templates and guidance notes.  The strategic aims of the CWMF are to ensure greater cost certainty at contract award stage, to get better value for money at handover stage and to ensure more efficient end-user delivery.

 This masterclass will give an overview of the key documents within the CWMF.  It will also cover key construction, contract and procurement law issues that may arise when using the CWMF suite.  This session will be useful for anyone involved with the delivery of construction contracts in Ireland.

 

This masterclass will cover the following topics in detail: 

  • Understanding construction procurement at a strategic level – the need to think differently
  • An overview of the key guidance notes and how to use them
  • The key differences between the various public works contracts (inc. risk transfer)
  • Assessing Contractor claims
  • Update on construction adjudication in Ireland

 

Speaker



William Brown
is a Senior Associate at Quigg Golden.

Quigg Golden is a specialist construction and procurement law firm.  Many of the staff at Quigg Golden hold both technical and legal qualifications.  This gives Quigg Golden a unique ability to provide practical commercial advise in a fraction of the time it takes traditional “legal” firms.

William specialises in construction procurement and regularly provides practical legal advice to a wide range of public, utility and private sector entities on the intricacies of national and EU procurement legislation.  William is regularly invited to speak at procurement conferences throughout Ireland and the UK.  William is also a lecturer in construction law and dispute resolution at Queen’s University Belfast.