The Construction Contracts Act 2013 comes into force in the Irish Construction industry from July 25th 2016. It will create a serious sea change in how payments, contracts and dispute resolution operate in the Industry.
This seminar is essential for all construction practitioners and advisors to contractors and clients, who are involved in making payment applications or assessing/ recommending certifying payments on behalf of their clients, including payment of construction professional fees. The Act will affect most construction contracts whether written or oral.
The seminar will be opened by David O’Brien Construction Advisor, Procurement Policy Unit of the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform.
Itinerary of the morning:
07.30 – 8.00: Sign-in and Tea / Coffee
08.00 – 8.15: Introduction to Construction Contracts Act - David O Brien
08.15 – 9.00: Payment Provisions - Dermot Durack; MSCSI MRICS Barrister-at-Law and a Construction Adjudicator
09.00 – 9.45: The Contactor and Sub-Contractor Experience - John Curtin (FSCSI FRICS FCIOB FCIArb) and John Kelly (Group Commercial Director at Imtech)
09.45 – 10.00: Coffee and Q&A
10.00 – 10.35: Introduction to Adjudication - Martin Waldron; Barrister-at-Law FCIArb MSCSI MRICS, Accredited Adjudicator & Mediator
10.35 – 11.30: Preparing For and Avoiding Payment Disputes - Gerry O’Sullivan (FSCSI FRICS Barrister-at-Law, FCI Arb) and Anthony Hussey (Senior Partner in Hussey Fraser Solicitors Specialising in Construction Law)
11.30 – 12.00 Final Q&A / Closing
Due to Anticipated Demand for this Seminar SCSI Kindly Requests Members Book and Pay Online or Pay by Credit Card by Phone on 01 644 5500.
Cancellation Policy: Members must give three working days’ notice of cancellation in order to obtain a refund.