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CPD by Others
Code : 2012096
Event Name : NEC 3 – A legal and Practical Consideration
CPD Code : Formal Events
Speaker : Ms Rachael Guan is a lawyer in Hogan Lovell's Projects (Engineering and Construction) practice. She specializes in the preparation of construction and engineering contracts, and in the course of practice has advised in relation to different types of project - commercial buildings, hospital, schools, roads and power stations.

Mr Tony Kwok is a charted quantity surveyor with experience in different types of project - water, highways, buildings drainage and aviation. He works in EC Harries (Hong Kong), predominantly working on NEC advice and implementing, having gained extensive experience on the use of various NEC forms in UK.
Event Date : 25/09/2012
Event Time : 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
CPD Hour(s) : 1.5
Venue : Surveyors Learning Centre, Suite 811, 8/F., Jardine House, Central, Hong Kong
Division : QSD
Closing Date : 11/09/2012
Fee : HK $120 for members; HK $150 for non-members (HK $20 walk-in surcharge for all pricings listed); Free of charge for full time University students (subject to availability)
Priority : QSD Members; First-come-first-served
Language : English
Details :

The NEC form of contract is gaining an increasingly high profile in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong government is currently trailing the use of the NEC form of contract in Hong Kong.  Likewise, there is also increasing private sector uptake of the form. The NEC form of contract is unlike other standard forms of contract – it depends from usual legal styles of language incorporates project management techniques and has a different risk profile from other commonly used forms of contract.  Parties who use it often want to bring about an improvement in and costs of project delivery and the attitudes of contracting parties.  But how effective is it? What issue should parties take into account when contracting on an NEC basis?

Rachel Guan of Hogan Lovells and Tony Kwok of EC Harris, who have both spoken to HKIS before, return to offer their insights. Rachael will offer a legal practitioner’s thoughts on the benefits and risks of the form, and Tony will offer tips from his experience of using the form in practice.
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