Engineering, Procurement And Construction (EPC) Contract Management And Negotiation (APAC)

September 7-8, 2022 | USA

Engineering Procurement conference
Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) projects are becoming more complex and are being employed on a much larger scale projects, with large contract values and unavoidably huge risks involved. Amidst of the Covid-19 pandemic, it has given the rise to very complicated problem of hindered performances on supply and construction in construction, engineering and procurement sector, with common trends for contractors in seeking to make claims for extension of time and costs. Therefore, it is essential for project leaders to master the key aspects of EPC contracts as a risk mitigation and management tool to avoid any costly payment and minimize legal risks and obligations. Led by our award-winning legal trainer, Mr. Coenraad Snyman, this interactive and dynamic virtual session will provide you with the key knowledge and aspects that you need to know and master, from a contractual and legal point of view, from starting to finishing a project. By having clear insights on administering and managing your EPC contracts, it will help you to be protected from costly delays, cost overruns, disputes, liabilities and avoidable project risks.

Spotlight

Circuit breakers are the final control elements of the electric power industry, akin to control valves in the process industries. They are strictly on/off devices, used to make and break connections under load in power systems. Circuit breakers automatically open when dangerous circuit conditions are detected.


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Spotlight

Circuit breakers are the final control elements of the electric power industry, akin to control valves in the process industries. They are strictly on/off devices, used to make and break connections under load in power systems. Circuit breakers automatically open when dangerous circuit conditions are detected.

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