27 March 2019, 13:00 -
CMS and FTI Consulting cordially invite you to join our inaugural conference on trends and challenges that we commonly face in infrastructure and construction projects in the region, from collaborative contracts to the use of retention in projects, and common dispute resolution issues.
Our key speakers include the following:
- Chow Kok Fong, Equitas Chambers
- Gadriel Tan, Lendlease Asia Holdings
- William Zhang, Samsung C&T Corporation
- Vimalan Subramaniam, Leighton Asia
- Garry Crossley, FTI Consulting
- Adrian Kong, FTI Consulting
- Leslie Harland, FTI Consulting
- Adrian Bell, CMS UK
- David Parton, CMS UK
- Steven Williams, CMS UK
- Nicolas Wiegand, CMS Hong Kong
- Kelvin Aw, CMS Singapore
- Lynette Chew, CMS Singapore
- Asya Jamaludin, CMS Singapore
- David Wright, CMS Singapore
We hope you can join to hear from our panel of experts who will present and discuss the following key topics:
With Collaborative Contracting set to be introduced in Singapore, our panel will share their experiences from using the NEC form in Hong Kong and the UK, the possible issues that may be expected, the lessons that can be learnt, and what can be expected in Singapore and the wider region.
Guaranteeing Performance in Construction Projects
Recent developments in the UK have shone a spotlight on the operation and use of retention monies in construction projects, which is often treated as an automatic requirement and not questioned. Our panel will examine these developments and the possible implications these developments may have in Singapore and South East Asia.
Resolving Disputes in Infrastructure Projects in Asia
With investment in infrastructure continuing apace throughout Asia, complicated questions of how best to deal with disputes on large projects and cross border transactions will arise. Our panel members will provide insight into how best to manage such disputes, the crucial importance of effective interfacing between contractors on large projects, the role played by dispute boards in relation to such disputes and projects as well as address topical issues such as the prevention/management of calls on performance bonds, and the enforcement of awards in the context of belt and road related disputes.
More details are provided in the sidebar for your reference. There is no cost for registration, but as spaces are limited, please register your interest in advance. To sign up, please click on the link below.