Join the NEC for 4 complimentary webinars over the 5, 6, 7 & 8 July from 8-9am PET time which will explain the NEC suite of contracts and why they
Join the NEC for 4 complimentary webinars over the 5, 6, 7 & 8 July from 8-9am PET time which will explain the NEC suite of contracts and why they are gaining popularity in Peru and Latin America.
NEC contracts were a key part of Britain’s successful 2017 bid to act as the Peruvian government’s delivery partner for around £300 million of Lima 2019 Pan American and Parapan Games venues and facilities. The UK Department for International Trade DIT engaged Arup, Mace and 4Global to provide technical, construction management and legacy support respectively.
Lima 2019 President Carlos Neuhous Tudela said that NEC contracts, ‘are designed by engineers to carry out the works in an efficient manner’ and had dispute mechanisms ‘that did not let the works stop’.
The webinars will begin with an introductory session on collaborative contracting and why it is being recognised as best practice in industry, followed by a session on how NEC can be applied as a global contract in any legal jurisdiction; the following day will examine NEC dispute resolution procedures before concluding with a Lima 2019 case study.
- Benefit from expert guidance on NEC Contracts
- Understand why NEC was adopted for the Lima 2019 Games
- Learn more about how NEC being considered for wider infrastructure projects in Peru & Latin America
- Participate in an interactive online Q&A session
Contact CICA Management Team for further information.
The Business 20 (B20), platform for dialogue between political leaders, the civil society, and businesses, will take place in Italy this year. It brings together businesses and business
The Business 20 (B20), platform for dialogue between political leaders, the civil society, and businesses, will take place in Italy this year. It brings together businesses and business organizations that formulate concrete recommendations to support economic growth and development. These recommendations are addressed to the member countries of the G20. The work of the B20 relies on task forces (TFs) of different interests, each composed of around 100 businesses representatives from the G20 countries, from selected invited countries and international organizations.
CICA is the world’s largest, most representative organization for the construction industry. It gathers and defends the concerns of the construction industry worldwide. CICA has unrivalled authority in promoting rules to improve the conduct of the construction business across borders.
CICA’s privileged links with major intergovernmental organizations and international financial institutions allow CICA to effectively represent the interests of its members for developing and industrialized countries taking into account the interests of both business providers and users.
CICA working groups meet regularly to follow up and contribute to the works of the insitutions CICA works with for the development of infrastructure worldwide.
Find out more about becoming a Member of CICA.