This article was produced by Olswang LLP, which joined with CMS on 1 May 2017.
I’ll be speaking at the Chartered Institute of Building’s Masterclass at the H Hotel in Dubai on 3 and 4 November.
This informative and advanced level conference tackles prominent issues in international construction law relating to bonds and insurance, and forms of construction and engineering contract commonly used in the Middle East and North Africa.
Bonds, guarantees and insurances are a vital component of managing risk in any project. But they come with a host of hidden challenges and risks and issues, including in relation to calling and injunctive relief, compatibility with local law and creditworthiness.
FIDIC is the most widely-used construction and engineering standard form in the Gulf Co-operation Council states. The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) has assembled a leading panel of experts to present on how to work with it and how changes in technology can help manage those risks. The panel also discuss alternatives to the FIDIC suite, such as the NEC3 and the CIOB Complex Project Contract forms.
For more information or to secure an early bird discount, please click here.