The PIA in partnership with Roelf Nel Inc.
would like to invite you to attend a workshop on
This Workshop consists of 3 Sessions on the same day:
Session 1 08:00 – 10:00
Session 2 10:20 – 12:30
Session 3 13:00 -15:00
Session 4 15:10 – 17:00
Cost: R1150.00(incl. Vat) per PIA Member
R1550.00(incl. Vat) Per Non-Member
A Link to invite you to join the online event, will follow from the presenter’s office close to the event date.
CPD Certificates will only be issued to delegates who attend all the sessions in full.
In this workshop we will look at some of the mechanisms and important provisions of the FIDIC Red Book & Yellow Book (FIDIC) Construction contracts. Delegates will gain an understanding of why FIDIC is best suited for African projects. Delegates will learn best practice, the FIDIC concepts and timelines, understand each of the party’s roles in terms of the contract. This workshop will equip delegates to complete their project successfully, on time, within budget and in compliance with the Employer’s requirements or specifications.
FIDIC RED AND YELLOW BOOK COURSE PROGRAMME:
− Understand why the FIDIC contract best suits the spesific project
− How to ensure that the FIDIC contract is entered into in accordance with best practice
− FIDIC concepts & timelines
− Appreciate when liability is being taken on by the employer, by the contractor & by the engineer and the risk that flows from it
− The parties to the contract:
o Employer, Contractor, the Engineer;
− Contractual obligations of each party
− The claims process & how to bring claims, determine claims and defended claims.
− The role of Subcontractors
− The role of the programme and whether the Contractor has an obligation to follow same
− Taking over and final completion processes
− Defects liability
− Different forms of security recognised by FIDIC;
− The process of suspension and termination;
− Variations, especially:
o who may vary the works, when a party may vary the works and how compensation for variations is calculated
− FIDIC payment process;
− Dispute resolution process in the South African context.