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FIDIC ECV & CCM Claims and Disputes course, Vienna, 29-30 May 2017
“The Management of Contract Claims and the Resolution of Disputes” under the 1999 FIDIC Contracts (Red & Yellow Book)
Plus review of changes in preview draft of the 2nd edition 2017 Yellow Book
With all FIDIC contracts there will be claims. This training course is designed to provide practical assis-tance to those working with the FIDIC Contract Conditions (1999 Editions) in the management of claims and achieving resolution to claims and in particular the workings of the Dispute Adjudication Board.
It is applicable to all the Parties involved within a 1999 FIDIC Contract – the Employer, the Contractor, the Engineer, and the DAB Members. By having a professional understanding of the responsibilities and rights of the Parties under a FIDIC Contract and the procedures to manage claims, the resolution of claims will be achieved more successfully. The World Bank and the IFI’s also require a Dispute Board on the same basis as the FIDIC Contract as detailed in the “MDB’s Harmonised Construction Contract”. The principal tutor of the course is a very experienced British engineer, who has extensive involvement with FIDIC claims, disputes, adjudication, and arbitration procedures throughout the world.
In addition, a review of the proposed changes to claims and dispute procedures as indicated in the
“preview” version of the 2nd edition Yellow Book