COVID-19 Claims Management - A PM Perspective

Dec 14
Find out how construction contracts can be improved after the pandemic


Join us for a NSW Chapter webinar to discuss what should be considered when reviewing and assessing claims due to the impact of COVID-19 from a client-side, Project Manager perspective. We’ll be delving into how construction contracts could be improved based on the lessons learnt from the impacts of COVID-19.

In 2021, NSW and other Australian states and territories within construction and infrastructure sector have experienced the effects of COVID-19 first-hand through industry wide shutdown (an industry first) and various forms of ongoing restrictions that has affected worker availability. Construction contracts are now under greater scrutiny by Project Managers, Commercial Managers and Contract Administrators to determine client and contractor obligations and entitlements (extension of time and costs) under contracts.

Event Takeways: 

  • Appreciation of how COVID-19 has affected the construction industry

  • The principles to consider when assessing COVID-19 claims

  • The improvements that can be made in procurement and in the delivery of construction contracts


Who is this event for? 

People in the construction and infrastructure sectors who are:

  • Project Managers

  • Commercial Managers

  • Contract Administrators

This event is proudly sponsored by: 


Members $0 | Non members $30
CPD points: 3


Adam Nathan Adam Nathan is a AIPM NSW Chapter Councillor who has been with TSA for over 17 years. He has over 25 years’ experience in project management across a diverse range of time critical, cost driven, management systems, bespoke and/or complex projects covering the sectors of aged care and retirement living, light rail, rail rollingstock and roads. Adam’s key skills involve the procurement and delivery of projects, issue and claims management, data management and scheduling.

Adam Nathan