After over 10 years’ service, NEC3 was superseded by the NEC4 suite of contracts in July 2017. Some users in the industry have started to use NEC4, but how can you ensure that you are ready for the migration from NEC3 to NEC4?
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NEC contracts have been recognised as a good management tool in construction projects that promote a collaborative working ethos. Since its launch by the Hong Kong Government, over 60 public projects have adopted NEC3.
Learn more about the key characteristics and benefits of NEC contracts, the changes made in the NEC4 and the key issues you should know about before you migrate to NEC4.
Ivan is a chartered quantity surveyor with 25 years’ experience in cost management and contract advisory services. He is also an NEC accredited project manager. He leads a specialist team based in HK to provide strategic procurement and contract advice, dispute management services and NEC consultancy services.
Since 2006, he has shared cross-border experience from the UK and has been involved in 25 NEC contracts for Government Works Departments, CLP, HKJC and private organisations. He has delivered public seminars and in-house training workshops on NEC to employer organisations, contractors, consultant firms and professional institutions. Being an active NEC specialist, he has been appointed by the CIC as a committee member of its NEC Task Force and has been appointed by the NEC to be the Secretary of Asia Pacific Users' Group from 2012. He is also appointed as the NEC Tutor by Thomas Telford, the publisher of the NEC contracts to deliver training on their behalf.