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  • An Outstanding Two-Day FIDIC Claims Workshop on:

    The Management of Claims and Disputes Resolution Under The 1999 FIDIC Contracts

    At JW Marriott Hotel, Cairo, Egypt 28th & 29th August 2018

    PAYMENT METHODS: Payments of the fee are due in advance as follows: By Cheque or Cash: Cash or cheque are payable in the name of SETTEC Training & Consultancy By Bank transfer: Bank name: ALEX Bank. Bank branch: The Investment Authority Branch. Bank address: 3 Salah Salem Street - Cairo Egypt. Swift code: ALEXEGCXXXX Account name: SETTEC Training & Consultancy. Account number: 144041473001 (EGP) 144041473003 (EUR) By Credit card through the link below: http://fidic.org/events/fidic-contracts-course-module-2-egypt-28-29-august-2018

    For Further Information Contact: sales@settec.org or smwamsamali@fidic.org

    About This Workshop: This special two-day event has been designed to provide a detailed insight into

    the presentation and analysis of claims under the 1999 FIDIC Contracts. The

    programme has been designed to be highly practical and includes active

    participation in hands-on workshops and discussion sessions. The workshop

    leader is highly experienced in the use of the FIDIC Contracts and Claims.

    Who Should Attend? The training course provides the necessary knowledge for professionals from

    Government Ministries and Agencies, Private Sector Employers, Consulting Engineers,

    Contractors, Quantity Surveyors, Architects, Legal Advisers and all involved with the

    implementation and management of large Works Contracts. It is particularly important

    to those involved in preparing or managing infrastructure projects financed under MDBs'

    Funds as all their Works Contracts use the FIDIC Conditions of Contract.

    About the Speaker: Prof. Dr. Nael G. Bunni (BSc (1st Hon), MSc, PhD, CEng, FIEI, FICE, FIStructE, FCIArb,

    FIAE, FConsEI) is a Chartered Engineer, Registered Chartered Arbitrator and Conciliator.

    He is currently visiting Professor at Trinity College, Dublin University and a FIDIC

    Accredited Trainer. He is Past President of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators

    Worldwide and of the Association of Consulting Engineers of Ireland. He is a Special

    Advisor of FIDICs Contracts Committee; and a member of groups of the Commission on

    International Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce, Paris including the

    Forum on ADR; the Construction Arbitration Working Group and the Governing Board of

    the International Council for Commercial Arbitration.

    Dr. Bunni is a Fellow of the Irish Academy of Engineering. He is past Chairman of FIDICs

    Standing Committee on Professional Liability and FIDICs Task Committee on

    Construction, Insurance and Law. He is author of Construction Insurance and the Irish

    Conditions of Contract; Risk and Insurance in Construction; The FIDIC Forms of

    Contract; and numerous technical papers.

    He has acted as arbitrator, conciliator/mediator or DAB in fifty jurisdictions, having been

    appointed arbitrator in numerous cases of dispute with values exceeding 450 million.

    Certificates and Documentation: Participants will receive an official FIDIC course completion certificate, copies of the

    FIDIC Red, Yellow & Silver 1999 Contracts Books & 2008 Gold Book will be required during the seminar and may be purchased separately. Schedule of overheads used during the seminar to be used as Work Book. The language of the workshop is

    English.

    Workshop Fee: 1,100 per delegate. For multiple delegates, the fee for the 2

    nd and subsequent

    delegates is 1000 per delegate. The full fee is payable in advance and includes the cost of all lunches, refreshments,

    tuition, course certificate and documentation.

    In addition, each delegate will need to order 1 copy of each of the FIDIC 1999 Contracts

    books & FIDIC DBO to follow the seminar. If you order them now, you will receive them

    at the seminar. FIDIC Red Book at 40 FIDIC Yellow Book at 40 FIDIC Silver Book at 40 FIDIC DBO (2008 Gold Book) at 40

    http://fidic.org/events/fidic-contracts-course-module-2-egypt-28-29-august-2018http://fidic.org/events/fidic-contracts-course-module-2-egypt-28-29-august-2018mailto:sales@settec.orgmailto:smwamsamali@fidic.org

  • The Practical Management of Contract Claims and the Disputes Resolution

    8:30 9:00

    9:00

    10:30

    11:00

    12:00

    1:00

    2:00

    2:50

    3:40

    4:00

    5:00

    Day 1: 8:30 5:00

    Registration of Participants

    Session 1:

    Contractual Risks

    Risk Management

    Causes of Claims

    FIDIC Claims Entitlements

    Coffee Break

    Session 2:

    Claims and Contractual Procedures

    Clause 2.5 Employers Claims

    Clause 20.1 Contractors Claims

    Clause 3.5 Engineers determination

    Workshop No. 1

    Lunch Break

    Session 3:

    Time related Claims by Contractor

    Extension of Time

    Reasons & justification of time claims

    Session 4:

    Additional Payments by Contractor

    Substantiation

    Evaluation by Engineer

    Coffee Break

    Workshop No. 2

    End of Day 1

    Day 2: 9:00 5:00

    9:00 Session 5:

    Disputes and Establishment of Dispute Adjudication Board (DAB)

    Types of DAB

    Terms of Agreement

    Payment Conditions

    10:30 Coffee Break

    11:00 Workshop No. 3

    12:00 Session 6:

    The Working of the DAB and Procedural Rules (PR)

    Procedural Rules

    DAB Decision Process

    Position Papers/ Hearing

    DAB Decision

    Dissatisfaction with DAB decision

    1:00 Lunch Break

    2:00 Session 7:

    Workshop No. 4

    DAB Work exercises

    3:30 Coffee Break

    3:50 Session 8:

    Engineer as DAB, Amicable Settlement & Arbitration

    Engineer as DAB

    Amicable Settlement

    Arbitration

    5:00 End of Day 2