Construction Contracts | Managing Time & Delay Clauses

An expert panel Q&A Session, get your questions answered!

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The commercial consequences of delay are significant in any construction project.

Following the phenomenal success of our webinar on this topic in January, our Members asked us for a follow-up session - allowing more time for Q&A and providing more examples of what to do in tricky situations. Based on this input, we've put together a panel of experts, so get your tricky questions ready!

If you missed January's session, you can re-watch it on AIPM OnDemand here (free for Members). 
 
Facilitator
  • Robin Millner, Expert Project Management Trainer at Ram Education
Panellists
  • David Ulbrick, Construction Lawyer, Partner at Pinsent Masons
  • Peter Livesey, Managing Director at Simcorp 
  • Phil McKeiver, Projects Counsel, Gilbert + Tobin 

Event Takeaways
  • How to deal with tricky delay situations in construction contracts, from both a client and contractor perspective.
  • Things to watch out for when dealing with delays in construction projects.
  • How to analyse EOT claims from a client perspective.
  • How to submit EOT claim for a contractor’s perspective.


Who is this event for? 

  • Project Managers and Project Engineers working in infrastructure or major building projects.
  • Anyone involved in the construction industry who is curious to learn more about the day-to-day commercial management of construction projects.
     

Members $30 | Non Members $60
CPD Points: 3

Presenters:

Phil McKeiver Phil is recognised in Best Lawyers as a leading Australian construction and infrastructure lawyer and has advised government and corporate clients on economic & social infrastructure projects and energy & resources projects for over 25 years, throughout Australia, Asia, Africa and the UK. Phil is particularly experienced in mining, transport, power/renewables and telecommunications projects. 
Robin Milner Robin Millner learnt project management the hard way. Starting out "in the trenches" as a Project Engineer, then working his way up to Project Director on some of the largest and toughest projects around. His hands-on experience, in everything from modest projects to major initiatives worth hundreds of millions of dollars, underpins his practical, no-nonsense approach. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree, with Honours, from UNSW and has over 20 years of industry experience.
David Ulbrick David advises participants in the construction industry on all aspects of project delivery and dispute resolution.
With dual qualifications in engineering and law David works to quickly understand technical issues and commercial imperatives.  He is able to set, and then deliver on, resolution strategies to assist project participants as they steer through the sometimes unchartered waters of claims and disputes to successful project closeout.
His clients include tier one contractors, consultants, resource companies and private developers. He has acted in a number of high profile decided cases and regularly supports project teams in complex negotiations and mediations.
 
Peter Livesey More than 35 years’ experience in the project and commercial management of major rail, infrastructure and mineral projects valued up to $2.0B. In this time he has worked as commercial director for John Hollands on the Gold Coast Desalination Plant, project director for Brisbane City Council’s Legacy Way project and project director for United Goninan in the delivery of the Hunter and Oscar rail cars. He also worked at Transport NSW Granville hub as project controls manager and he lectures the topic Managing Projects as both UNSW and UTS.
 

Phil McKeiver

Robin Milner

David Ulbrick

Peter Livesey