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4 March 2020 – DURHAM, Durham County Cricket Club
08.30 Registration (including breakfast rolls & refreshments)
10.00 Q&A / Refreshments
What we will cover
This Free breakfast briefing, introduces the NEC4, identifying and explaining important changes and potential pitfalls to this form of contract.
CHARLES WILSONCROFT, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (Durham)
Charles is a chartered civil engineer with over 20 years’ experience in the construction industry. He has worked on a variety of civil and heavy engineering projects, in the UK and internationally, ranging from highways, water treatment works (dirty and clean), pipelines, railway, bridges, ports, canals and structures (RC and steel).
Charles started work for a UK civil engineering contractor, working largely on infrastructure frameworks under NEC2 contracts and moved on to working in a project management capacity for a public sector client delivering a complex city centre project under an NEC3 contract. For the last 10 years Charles has worked as a consultant, providing practical advice and assistance to contractors and employers procuring and using the NEC family of contracts.
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