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NEC Contracts - Programmes under ECC and PSC webinar

An APM webinar sponsored by the Thames Valley Branch on 20 July 2021.

NEC contracts have better and more proscriptive requirements for programme than any other contract. Known as 'the beating heart' of the NEC, the programme is critical for day to day management and for the assessment of compensation events. This session will give you the details.

Speaker: Richard Patterson, NEC4 drafter and Procurement & NEC Specialist at Mott MacDonald

Richard is a chartered civil engineer, Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers (FICE) and procurement and NEC specialist with global development, engineering and management consultant, Mott MacDonald.

Richard was part of the drafting team for NEC4.

Richard advised on possibly Mott’s first use of the NEC when he moved to their contracts/procurement team in 1996 and has worked with the NEC ever since. He advises Motts teams and their clients on NEC in all sectors including the Halley VI research station on the Antarctic, Transnet in South Africa and the Jumeriah Golf Estates in Dubai. In Hong Kong, he has supported the Mott MacDonald’s Hong Kong team on its commissions, advising various departments of the Government of Hong Kong first on their trial projects using NEC, and is happy now to see NEC as ‘business as usual’ in Hong Kong.

Through Mott MacDonald, Richard delivers in-house and client training and training for NEC Training, including the four day ECC Project Manager accreditation course.

Richard has contributed to two NEC books, had seven NEC papers published in ICE’s Proceedings and sat on the Editorial Advisory Panel of the ICE’s journal, Management, Procurement and Law. He is a also a frequent contributor to the NEC website and newsletter (34 articles at the last count) . Most of his articles are linked from his Linked-in page.

https://www.apm.org.uk/news/nec-contracts-programmes-under-ecc-and-psc-webinar/
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NEC Contracts - Programmes under ECC and PSC webinar

  1. 1. Richard Patterson – Mott MacDonald Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC) and Professional Services Contract (PSC) Based on NEC3, with changes for NEC4 in purple Slides for ECC but same for PSC NEC - programme
  2. 2. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 2 Richard Patterson Chartered Engineer Mott MacDonald NEC Advisory Services 32Years with Mott MacDonald 25Years with The NEC 1 Year with NEC as NEC Consultant
  3. 3. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 3 Where are you calling in from? ⓘ Start presenting to display the poll results on this slide.
  4. 4. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 4
  5. 5. 21/07/2021 (c) Mott MacDonald 2020 | NEC001 5 NEC Bitesize 2021 https://mottmac.shar epoint.com/legal/ind ustryforms/nec/Pag es/necsessions.asp x Date Session Code 22 January 2021 NEC Contracts - An Introduction - Why are they so different? NEC0001 09 February 2021 NEC - Introduction to the NEC Professional Services Contract (PSC) - pre- award NEC0020 01 March 2021 NEC - Introduction to the NEC Professional Services Contract (PSC) - contract management NEC0021 30 March 2021 NEC Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC) - Contract strategy (main & secondary options) NEC0003 29 April 2021 NEC Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC) - Preparing the tender documents; tender evaluation NEC0004 24 May 2021 NEC Engineering and Construction Short Contract (ECSC) NEC0029 22 June 2021 NEC ECC and temporary works NEC0028 14 July 2021 NEC Contracts - Programmes under ECC and PSC NEC0005 17 August 2021 NEC Contracts - The Risk Register/Early Warning Register and risk allocation and management NEC0006 13 September 2021 NEC Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC) - compensation events NEC0007 13 October 2021 NEC Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC) -The Supervisor's roles and responsibilities NEC0008 08 November 2021 NEC Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC) - Defined Cost, the Contractor's system and auditing NEC0009 08 December 2021 NEC and BIM NEC0026
  6. 6. 21/07/2021 (c) Mott MacDonald 2020 | NEC001 6 •16 June 2021 – NEC contracts – an introduction •20 July 2021 - NEC contracts – programmes •19 August 2021 - NEC contracts – early warning •29 September 2021 - NEC contracts - compensation events •27 October 2021 – NEC contracts - the Supervisor •24 November 2021 – NEC contracts NEC3 to NEC4- key changes •Mott MacDonald's NEC sessions for APM •All 18:00 – 19:00
  7. 7. 21/07/2021 (c) Mott MacDonald 2020 | NEC001 7 What industry do you work in? ⓘ Start presenting to display the poll results on this slide.
  8. 8. 21/07/2021 (c) Mott MacDonald 2020 | NEC001 8
  9. 9. 21/07/2021 (c) Mott MacDonald 2020 | NEC001 9 Do you work for: ⓘ Start presenting to display the poll results on this slide.
  10. 10. 21/07/2021 (c) Mott MacDonald 2020 | NEC001 10
  11. 11. 21/07/2021 (c) Mott MacDonald 2020 | NEC001 11 NEC experience: ⓘ Start presenting to display the poll results on this slide.
  12. 12. 21/07/2021 (c) Mott MacDonald 2020 | NEC001 12
  13. 13. 21/07/2021 (c) Mott MacDonald 2020 | NEC001 13 Programming: ⓘ Start presenting to display the poll results on this slide.
  14. 14. 21/07/2021 (c) Mott MacDonald 2020 | NEC001 14
  15. 15. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 15 • You can LEARN from the past • You can only MANAGE the future • Programme is key • NEC ECC has the most detailed and ACTIVE requirements for programme management of ANY contract
  16. 16. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 16 • We (all) need a plan! Why is the programme so important? • 63.3 (ECC4 63.5): ‘A delay to the Completion Date is assessed as the length of time that, due to the compensation event, planned Completion is later than planned Completion as shown on the Accepted Programme current at the dividing date’ • With no programme we have no means of ‘managing’ the Completion Date – ie when ‘Completion’ is required
  17. 17. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 17 • In tender documents the Employer/Client can either • ask for the (Accepted) Programme from all Bidders in Contract Data part two or • ask for a programme from the Contractor within X weeks of the Contract Date in Contract Data part one • First Accepted Programme has no ‘special’ status • 11.2 (1) ‘The Accepted Programme is the programme identified in the Contract Data or is the latest programme accepted by the Project Manager. The latest programme accepted by the Project Manager supersedes previous Accepted Programmes’. Accepted Programme is key …..but the first is not ‘special’
  18. 18. NEC Newsletter , Sept 2020 https://www.neccontract.com/About- NEC/News-and-Media/Helping-NEC- clients-decide-the-best-way-to-get-a- first-programme-in-place
  19. 19. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 19 • Contractor • does not start work on the Site (30.1) until the first access date and • does the work so that Completion is on or before the Completion Date • The PM decides the date of Completion & certifies (30.2) Obligations Completion by Completion Date
  20. 20. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 20 • (2) The Employer / Client does not allow access to and use of a part of the Site by the later of its access date and the date shown on the Accepted Programme. • (3) The Employer / Client does not provide something which he is to provide by the date for providing it shown on the Accepted Programme. • (5) The Employer / Client or Others • do not work within the times shown on the Accepted Programme… The compensation events under 60.1 include: … and the Employer (ECC4 Client) has obligations too ‘Others’ are ‘third parties including eg utilities – beware!
  21. 21. Contract Date Completion Date completion date planned Completion date of Completion take over < 2 wks defects date starting date All dates in italics identified in Contract Data If Option X5, Sectional Completion, is included, references relevant to Completion and Completion Date apply also to each section. date when contract came into existence Contractor has risks (81.1) and so provides insurances (84.2, 85.1) Employer / Client provides access to (parts of) Site (33.1) key date(s) Key Date(s) (optional) by which stated conditions to be met 25.3 Required date to achieve Completion (as modified only by • compensation events • acceleration and • acceptance of Defects) the date used to assess the effect of compensation events (63.3 (ECC4 63.5)) in Part 1 or 2 of Contract Data. Required date to achieve Completion as at Contract Date actual date Completion achieved (11.2(2), certified (30.2)) Employer / Client takes over: risk transfer (80.1) last date to notify Defects access date (s) Not in PSC ‘Completion’ is a state, not a date 21 Dates in ECC……and PSC
  22. 22. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 22 • Completion Date can only be changed by Project Manager as a result of • any one of the stated compensation events (63.3 (ECC4 63.5)), or • acceleration (36) • acceptance of a Defect (44.2) • compensation events: delay to Completion Date assessed as effect on planned Completion as Accepted Programme Changes to Completion Date and Key Dates
  23. 23. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 23 • Accepted Programme is latest accepted by PM and includes • various specified dates • order and timing of Contractor’s planned operations • order and timing of the work of the Employer / Client and Others – as last agreed with them • planned dates to achieve conditions • provisions for float, time risk allowances The programme Contents (31.2)
  24. 24. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 24 The programme • includes – the dates when, in order to Provide the Works in accordance with his programme, the Contractor will need • access to a part of the Site if later than its access date, • acceptances, • Plant and Materials and other things to be provided by the Employer / Client and • information from Others. Contents (31.2)
  25. 25. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 25 The programme Contents (31.2) • includes • for each operation, a statement of how the Contractor plans to do the work identifying the principal Equipment and other resources which he plans to use and • other information which the Works Information / Scope requires the Contractor to show on a programme submitted for acceptance. • So programme often a collection of documents.
  26. 26. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 26 One programme? • procurement programme • design programme • resources • detailed short term look ahead • critical path • narrative all in ‘the programme’
  27. 27. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 27 • We are used to risk allowance in cost estimates • ECC is the only contract to require ‘time risk allowances’ • Only function is to allow Contractor to demonstrate that programme is ‘realistic’ (31.3) • ‘time risk allowances’ are owned by the Contractor • Best shown as a data column in programme as an allowance within the stated duration of the operation The programme time risk allowances
  28. 28. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 28 • ‘Collaborative planning’ • Planning by ‘post-it’ note for each operation. • ‘Critical chain project management’ has time risk allowances grouped at the end of the ‘chain’ • If you do not want this you should state in a Z clause that time risk allowance is to be shown for each operation. Collaborative planning time risk allowances
  29. 29. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 29 The programme - accepting 50.3 (ECC4 50.5): 25% of PWDD retained until Contractor has submitted a first programme ……showing the information which this contract requires. (31.3, bullet two) • reasons for not accepting (31.3) … within 2 weeks • the Contractor’s plans which it shows are not practicable • it does not show the information which this contract requires • it does not represent the Contractor’s plans realistically or • it does not comply with the Works Information / Scope. • And acceptance does not change Contractor’s obligations or liability (14.1) • But beware of additional Employer / Client or PM obligations • Accepted (yes or no) – but can have accepted ‘and’
  30. 30. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 30 “I’ve been a client in this industry for 20 years. I’ve never accepted a programme yet and I have no intention of doing so.”
  31. 31. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 31 The programme - revising • programme revised (32.2) • on instruction by PM • when Contractor chooses • interval stated in Contract Data (32.2) • Also used for quotation for compensation event if programme changed (62.2) But will also need significant notified CEs to be ‘realistic’ (sorted in ECC4) • revised programme (32.1) shows – actual progress achieved on each operation and its effect upon the timing of the remaining work – (ECC3) the effects of implemented compensation events • Project Manager assesses compensation event whenever there is no Accepted Programme in place (64.1) The programme is just the supplier’s latest story. They have to DO what it says in the Scope, not the programme
  32. 32. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 32 • Do NOT wait for the two weeks to respond • two more weeks of changes, CEs and confusion! • Day 1: programme review/explanation meeting with Contractor, Subcontractors(?), PM and Employer • Day 2: formal submission • Day 3: acceptance in writing by PM: Accepted Programme • Day 4: monitor against new programme Programme acceptance The target Or leave it to those expensive ‘forensic planners’ [oxymoron!?] to try to sort out later!!!
  33. 33. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 33 • Employer allows access (33.1) • Allowed on or before the later of its access date and the date for access shown on the Accepted Programme (33.2) • PM may instruct Contractor to stop/start (34.1) • compensation event 60.1(4) • But no change to Prices or delay to the Completion Date if the fault of Contractor Access and stopping the work Access to and use of the Site (33) Instructions to stop or not start work (34)
  34. 34. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 34 • main requirement is Completion by Completion Date • Employer takes over within 2 weeks of Completion unless stated otherwise in Contract Data (35.1) • may take over part of the works before Completion – but compensation event (60.1(15)) • But not a CE if take over is after Completion Date • PM may instruct quotation for acceleration (36.1) • ….just a clause to agree: PM cannot force acceleration • So use 62.1 alternative quotations for CEs - with and without delays to the Completion Date Take-over and acceleration Take over (35) Acceleration (36)
  35. 35. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | ECC Introduction 35 programme < > compensation events • 63.3 (ECC4 63.5): ‘A delay to the Completion Date is assessed as the length of time that, due to the compensation event, planned Completion is later than planned Completion as shown on the Accepted Programme (ECC4) current at the dividing date. • 63.5 The assessment takes into account • any delay caused by the compensation event already in the Accepted Programme and • events which have happened between the date of the Accepted Programme and the dividing date. • 62.2 ‘Quotations for compensation events comprise proposed changes to the Prices and any delay to the Completion Date and Key Dates assessed by the Contractor…… If the programme for remaining work is altered by the compensation event, the Contractor includes the alterations to the Accepted Programme in his quotation.’ 1 Start with Accepted Programme current when PM instructed (or should have instructed) quotations (ECC4 at the ‘dividing date’) 2 Update to show remaining work 3 Show effect of compensation event 4 Any delay to planned Completion? Completion Date is delayed by same period https://www.neccontract.com/About- NEC/News-Media/NEC-issues-NEC4- Practice-Note
  36. 36. 04 01 03 02 Contract Date Completion Date completion date planned Completion starting date 36 Float and ‘time risk allowance’ float terminal float owned by the Contractor. Only function to show to PM that programme is realistic (31.1) normal production rate time risk allowance CE01 NEC4 63.5 A delay to the Completion Date is assessed as the length of time that, due to the compensation event, planned Completion is later than planned Completion as shown on the Accepted Programme current at the dividing date. CE01 CE01 owned by the Contractor (63.5) CE02 owned by ‘whoever gets to it first’ : ‘first come, first served!
  37. 37. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 37 Scary! and same in PSC • Affected by compensation events (63.5) • Miss a date in the Works Information / Scope? Sue for damages! • Completion of a section (X5): take over and (possibly) ‘predetermined’ delay damages (if X7) – or bonus (if X6) • ‘key dates’ to meet ‘conditions’ in Contract Data part one - more flexible; no take over and / but …… • If the PM decides that the work does not meet the Condition stated …. and… the Employer incurs additional cost in carrying out work on the same project .…the additional cost ….is paid by the Contractor. The PM assesses the additional cost ….(25.3) Key Dates
  38. 38. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 38 • The programme to be ‘in the form stated in (the) Scope’ (31.2) • Clearer ‘dividing date’ separating ‘actual’ and forecast’ in compensation event assessment • ‘treated as accepted’ programme (31.3): • If PM does not respond in two weeks and • Contractor chooses to prompt and • PM does not respond in another week Programme – few, but important changes in NEC4
  39. 39. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 39 The provisions for programming in the NEC seem: ⓘ Start presenting to display the poll results on this slide.
  40. 40. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 40
  41. 41. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 41 The programming obligations in NEC make me: ⓘ Start presenting to display the poll results on this slide.
  42. 42. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 42
  43. 43. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 43 Summary • Programme is key • A specialist skill - not just a ‘primavera jockey’ • Ideally a good, detailed programme at Contract Date • Collaboratively update each month • A commitment from all to use it! • In PSC contracts as well as ECC contracts
  44. 44. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme Small test? Subtitle completion date Completion Date planned Completion Completion date of Completion Required date for Competition as at Contract Date Latest required date for Completion When supplier plans to get to Completion Have done all that the WI requires for Completion and corrected Defects that stop the Employer using the works. A ‘state’, not a date’ date of Completion achieved as certified
  45. 45. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 45 Excellent papers by Glenn Hide ICE’s ‘Management, Procurement and Law, May and August 2010 Producing a programme under the NEC form of contract Managing a programme under the NEC form of contract https://gmhplanning. co.uk/wp- content/uploads/201 1/10/MPL-article- Producing-an- NEC3- programme.pdf https://gmhplanning. co.uk/publications/m anaging-a- programme-under- the-nec-form-of- contract/
  46. 46. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC articles 46 Some of our NEC articles, papers and books Year Title Where published 2021NEC4 PSC: understanding the new payment regime NEC website April 2021 2021Using NEC Outside the UK: an update NEC Newsletter , March 2021 2020Three years on it is time for clients to switch from NEC3 to NEC4 NEC Newsletter , Sept 2020 2020Helping NEC clients decide the best way to get a first programme in place NEC Newsletter , Sept 2020 2020NEC family of contracts pitches clearer, more flexible project management PMI UK Chapter 'Leader' magazine (article a copy of that previously published by IACCM)
  47. 47. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC articles 47 Some of our NEC articles, papers and books Year Title Where published 2020NEC contracts: best practice tools for risk allocation and management NEC website May 2020 2020The all important F-words in the NEC NEC Newsletter , March 2020 2020ECC Risk allocation and compensation events NEC website, March 2020 2020How to ensure that bid-winning supply chains actually get used NEC Newsletter, January 2020 2019Project overruns? It’s time to use the F-word (and a proper contract) Mott MacDonald website 2019Links between key NEC processes NEC Newsletter, May 2019 2018Building time-related charges into NEC lump-sum and short contracts NEC Newsletter, November 2018 2018NEC Early warnings - the need for education NEC Newsletter, November 2018 2018NEC contracts – use them anywhere for any industry! - including how NEC covers PMI's ideas on procurement and project management IACCM's Contracting Excellence Journal, 18 June 2018 2018Design of Equipment in the ECC NEC Newsletter, 91, May 2018 2018NEC3 to NEC4 – evolution, not revolution; some fixes and some good ideas! In-procurement Magazine JanFeb 2018 2018NEC3 to NEC4 – evolution, not revolution; some fixes and some good ideas! ICE's Management Procurement and Law, December 2017 and on NEC website from 26 Feb 2018 2018NEC Contracts - are they right for you? IACCM Contracting Excellence Journal, Feb 2018 2017NEC Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC): the necessary interaction between the Supervisor and the Project Manager Construction Law Quarterly / NEC website 2017When is task not a Task - in the NEC TSC contract NEC Newsletter Sep 2017, NEC website 2017NEC: how to require something is done by a certain date NEC Newsletter No 86, July 2017, NEC website 2017New NEC4 Design, Build and Operate Contract NEC website 2016How to procure a series of work packages using NEC NEC website 2016NEC contracts are ideal to support project management as set out in the PMI’s ‘Project Management Body of Knowledge’ (PMBOK®) Linked-in
  48. 48. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | Prep of tender docs 48 Year Title Where published 2016How to procure a series of work packages using NEC NEC website 2016NEC contracts are ideal to support project management as set out in the PMI’s ‘Project Management Body of Knowledge’ (PMBOK®) Linked-in 2016Submission of deliverables under the PSC NEC Newsletter No 80, September 2016 2016Enforcement Clauses and Links in the ECC NEC Newsletter No 79, July 2016 2016Can we use the NEC as the basis for a standard international PPP contract? ACE's email newsletter, Infrastructure Intelligence 2016NEC contracts - good for hydropower? NEC Newsletter No 76, January 2016 2015NEC contracts - good for hydropower? Proceedings Hydro 2015, Bordeaux 2015Using NEC to incentivise lowest whole-life cost NEC Newsletter No 75, November 2015 2015NEC3 Compared and Contrasted, Second Edition - chapter on NEC vs IChemE contracts ICE publishing 2015NEC3 - the Role of the Supervisor ICE publishing 2015NEC for design build finance and operate (DBFO) contracts – taking best practice procurement into PPPs ICE’s Management, Procurement and Law, November 2015, and winner of the Parkman medal for best MPL paper, 2015 2015NEC contracts and the CDM Regulations 2015 ICE’s Management, Procurement and Law, 168, June 2015 2015NEC contracts tick IACCM’s ‘top ten’ box NEC website 2015Making the most of your early warnings – sorting out your TQs and RFIs…. and what about the opportunities? NEC website 2015NEC contracts and the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 NEC website 2015NEC contracts and the CDM Regulations 2015 NEC Newsletter No 72, May 2015 2014Getting your project set up for ECC NEC Newsletter No 70, January 2015 (published December 2014) 2014Working with NEC Contracts (in landscape architecture) Landscape (Magazine of the Landscape Institute,. Winter 2014 Some of our NEC articles, papers and books
  49. 49. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | Prep of tender docs 49 Some of our NEC articles, papers and books Year Title Where published 2014ECC Works Information provided by the Contractor - who takes the risk? NEC Newsletter No 69, October 2014 2014Understanding expenses in a PSC NEC Newsletter No 67, July 2014 2014The importance of quality works information and site information in ECC projects NEC Newsletter No 66, April 2014 2013NEC for DBO Proceedings of the ICE - Management, Procurement and Law, Volume 166, Issue 5, May 2013 2013How to prepare the Scope for an NEC PSC Contract By NEC as part of NEC April 2013 2012Managing Reality - the ECC Manuals ICE publishing 2012NEC3: A User's Guide ICE publishing 2011NEC3: contracts for partnering NEC Newsletter No 56, October 2011 2010Ground Conditions and Risk Allocation: Combining the NEC Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC) and the Geotechnical Baseline Report (GBR) Tunnels and Tunnelling Magazine, Dec 2010 20106 key links in the ECC NEC Newsletter No 51, July 2010 2010NEC contracts as an enabler to Partnering May 2010 edition of 'The Partner', which is ‘the annual publication of PSL, which is a CBI and BIS initiative to promote collaborative business relationships www.pslcbi.com ' 2009Using NEC contracts to manage risk and avoid disputes Proceedings of the ICE - Management, Procurement and Law, 2009, No 4. 2009Use of NEC in legal jurisdictions other than English law NEC Newsletter, No,47, July 2009 2009NEC – A real opportunity for the Clerk of Works Site Recorder, Magazine of the Institute of Clerks of Works 2007NEC and Risk Management NEC Newsletter No 40, Oct 2007 2005NEC Managing Reality: Introduction to the Engineering and Construction Contract. 5 volumes ICE publishing 2007Dealing with contingencies - what happened to the 'Provisional Sum' NEC Newsletter No 40, Oct 2007 2007NEC3 key dates – more risk on the contractor NEC Newsletter No 40, Oct 2007 2001Using NEC for multiple site, undefined contracts ICE’s ‘Civil Engineering’, May 2001 2000NEC and PFI first for Leeds Healthcare NEC Newsletter No 14, July 2000
  50. 50. www.neccontract.com Mott MacDonald NEC Contract Advisory Services www.mottmac.com richard.patterson@mottmac.com +44 (0) 1223 463 606 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 50 Further Information
  51. 51. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 51 Tonight's session was good because: ⓘ Start presenting to display the poll results on this slide.
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  54. 54. 21/07/2021 Mott MacDonald | NEC Programme 54 Tonight's session would have been better if: ⓘ Start presenting to display the poll results on this slide.
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An APM webinar sponsored by the Thames Valley Branch on 20 July 2021. NEC contracts have better and more proscriptive requirements for programme than any other contract. Known as 'the beating heart' of the NEC, the programme is critical for day to day management and for the assessment of compensation events. This session will give you the details. Speaker: Richard Patterson, NEC4 drafter and Procurement & NEC Specialist at Mott MacDonald Richard is a chartered civil engineer, Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers (FICE) and procurement and NEC specialist with global development, engineering and management consultant, Mott MacDonald. Richard was part of the drafting team for NEC4. Richard advised on possibly Mott’s first use of the NEC when he moved to their contracts/procurement team in 1996 and has worked with the NEC ever since. He advises Motts teams and their clients on NEC in all sectors including the Halley VI research station on the Antarctic, Transnet in South Africa and the Jumeriah Golf Estates in Dubai. In Hong Kong, he has supported the Mott MacDonald’s Hong Kong team on its commissions, advising various departments of the Government of Hong Kong first on their trial projects using NEC, and is happy now to see NEC as ‘business as usual’ in Hong Kong. Through Mott MacDonald, Richard delivers in-house and client training and training for NEC Training, including the four day ECC Project Manager accreditation course. Richard has contributed to two NEC books, had seven NEC papers published in ICE’s Proceedings and sat on the Editorial Advisory Panel of the ICE’s journal, Management, Procurement and Law. He is a also a frequent contributor to the NEC website and newsletter (34 articles at the last count) . Most of his articles are linked from his Linked-in page. https://www.apm.org.uk/news/nec-contracts-programmes-under-ecc-and-psc-webinar/ https://youtu.be/_lymxkMz7Kc

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