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Contract Planning & Dispute Management for Project & Contract Managers

Date: 21 August 2016 - 25 August 2016
Course ID: 619/2016
Duration: 5 Days
Fee US $: 2950 US$
Venue: Doha / Qatar
Category: Construction Management, Contract, Tendering, Budgeting & Estimating

Introduction:

The growing use of contracting and outsourcing presents many challenges for organizations working in Construction Industry in managing the process as well as the ongoing client / supplier relationship. In this environment, the ability to effectively manage contracts and service level agreements is becoming an essential management skill.



This program focuses on the key skills necessary for engineers to ensure their construction contracts and service level agreements achieve successful outcomes. This program provides step by step guidance on the key aspects of construction contracts management and will help devise strategies to ensure that contracts and service level agreements have successful outcomes. It presents a practical opportunity to reduce the costs of organization operations.

Objectives:

The main objective of this training program is to increase most of the required contractual skills for the participants. Attendees will gain by participation in this program the following skills:

• Identify causes of and avoid or prevent claims

• Develop claims and dispute/conflict avoidance procedures and methods

• Conduct proper claims negotiations and defy and/or challenge unjustified claims

• Prepare counter claims

• Resolve disputes using alternative dispute resolution methods and techniques

• Apply practical applicable contractual and legal principles pertaining to claims and dispute resolution.

• Manage claims and disputes

• Be capable to reduce cost of contracts for materials & services

• Understand the development of an RFQ (request For Quotation) RFT (request for tender) and Pre Qualifications

• Understand the fundamental legal concepts and definitions that apply to most types of contracts, specifically, binding terms and conditions, breach of contract, change management and dispute resolution

• Understand the process of developing and selecting the most appropriate and effective types of Contracts

• Recognize how contractor claims can develop and escalate, and how to incorporate procedures by which such claims cam be limited and controlled

• Understand the main contractual requirements and conditions relating to the closure of the contracted scope in respect of the contractual Deliverables provided and Client Acceptance

Who should attend:

This course is recommended for anyone involved with the construction stage or even with the maintenance and repair operations:

• Chief Executive Officers,

• Finance Managers,

• Program and Project Managers,

• Engineers and Planners,

• Functional managers and process owners with resources,

• Contracts Officers and Managers, and

• Construction Engineers.

Daily Outlines:

DAY #1:

1. INTRODUCTION TO CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY:

2. INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW OF TENDER DOCUMENTS

I. Document (I) Tendering Procedure:

II. Document (II) Conditions of Contract:

III. Document (III) Technical Conditions:



B. CONTRACT PLANNING

3. The Array of Construction Contracts

4. Contract Definition

5. introduction to tendering methods

6. introduction to construction delivery methods

7. Contract Fundamentals

8. Familiarization and Interpretation of Instructions for Governmental Contracts Law in THE ARAB WORLD



DAY #2:

9. TENDERING PROCEDURES

10. Modern METHODS FOR tenders EVALUATION

11. Proposed Methodology for Contractors Selection

12. Proposed Methodology for computer programming for Contractor Selection

13. introduction to PROJECT COST ESTIMATING

14. UNbalanced bids



DAY #3:

15. THE PROJECT COST CONTROL

16. PROJECT FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

17. CONSTRUCTION PROJECT PLANNING

18. CONSTRUCTION PROJECT SCHEDULING

19. PROJECT TIME REDUCTION





DAY #4:

20. PROJECT TIME MANAGEMENT

21. RISK MANAGEMENT FOR large PROJECTS

22. VALUE ENGINEERING

23. Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s)

24. Construction Management Safety

25. QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANS



DAY #5:

C. DISPUTE MANAGEMENT

26. Dispute and Claim Causes and Their Impact

27. Typical major claims and causes

28. Type of Construction Claims

29. Cost Estimation for Variations and Delays

30. Claims for Variations

31. Life Cycle of Construction claims

32. Claims and Contracts

33. Claims for Unforeseen Conditions at the Start of the Job

34. Managing Disputes and Claims

35. Evaluation of Claims Related to Project Scheduling

36. Counterclaims against the Contractor

37. Claim Settlement and Resolution

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