The construction industry is already struggling to keep up with the implications of the Building (Amendment) Regulations 2018 and Advice Note 14; but be warned, more change is coming…
2019 will almost certainly see the implementation of a new regulatory regime. Based on the recommendations of Dame Judith Hackitt, the changes will have far reaching consequences for employers, contractors and construction professionals alike. Those not thinking ahead will have a lot of catching up to do in 2020.
In this seminar, we will discuss how you should be amending your contracts now and what steps you can take to ensure the correct choice of materials, quality of workmanship, and that design and information sharing are at the heart of everything you do.
1. The obligations that are to be imposed by the new regulatory regime – what will they say and mean?
2. The methods available to both employers and contractors to ensure better quality – and how these can be included within your contract;
3. How to ensure more pro-active contract administration and a better quality of supply chain;
4. Using BIM and information sharing effectively to improve knowledge for post-occupation management; and
5. What this all might cost – both in terms of complying and the risk of failing to do so.
Mark London, Partner and Head of Construction & Engineering, Devonshires
Matthew Cocklin, Partner, Construction & Engineering, Devonshires
Asif Patel, Partner, Construction & Engineering, Devonshires
Conor Rodgers, Solicitor, Construction & Engineering, Devonshires
This seminar will be of interest to both employers, their consultants, main contractors and sub-contractors.
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