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NEC4 Alliance Contract – A Premier Collaborative Contracting Form [JUL 20]

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The speaker will explain how NEC4 ALC is operated, and share his views on the benefits and some potential challenges of its application.

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Date: 22 July 2020

Time: 7:00pm – 8:30pm

Language: English

CPD: 1.5 formal hour

Overview

The Alliance Contract (ALC) has been published by NEC in June 2018 as part of the suite of NEC 4th edition. NEC contracts have included the obligation to act “in a spirit of mutual trust and cooperation” with the early warning procedure to get people talking with each other to solve potential problems more proactively. The clear programme requirements and the well-defined time-based process for agreeing the assessment of compensation events all drive the good behaviours of doing what it says in the contract to the benefit of the project. The target options mean that the Client also has a direct commercial incentive to help the contractor save project costs and manage project risks to the benefit of all. Now the ALC takes collaboration to a new level as all the parties are in one fully-integrated team under one single contract to deliver the project.

In this seminar, our speaker will explain how NEC4 ALC is operated, and share his views on the benefits and some potential challenges of its application based on Mott MacDonald’s experience in alliancing arrangement.

Speaker

Mr. Hayman Choi MRICS

Contract Advisory – Leader, Greater China Unit

Mott MacDonald

Hayman has been a Chartered Quantity Surveyor since 1995. He has over 28 years’ experience in all ranges of pre- and post-contract quantity surveying services. Since 2000 he has been leading the Cost Management Section within Mott MacDonald Hong Kong whilst in parallel performing the Unit Contract Advisor to support on resolution of contractual claims and disputes.

Hayman has further developed himself from specializing the use of various traditional forms of contract to become the lead of Mott MacDonald in supporting the Hong Kong Government’s trial use of NEC forms of contract in contract procurement. Since 2011, he has participated in over 30 NEC contracts involving the use of Engineering & Construction Contract, Term Services Contract to Professional Service Contract ranging from priced to target cost options. Meanwhile, he has delivered over 100 NEC-related training workshops, seminars and forums to a portfolio of public and private clients.

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