In light of the concerns about the ongoing spread of coronavirus, RICS has made the unfortunate decision to convert this Face to Face CPD online to contain any spread during the CPD events. This hasn’t been an easy decision, however the health ad well-being of all attendees is our foremost priority
RICS is delighted to invite you to a CPD event run on Joint venture Risk which will be held on the 27 April 2020.
Summary of the topic: A look at JVs as they relate to construction projects and common risks that JV partners should be aware of.
The use of JVs to carry out major construction projects is common in the industry and especially so in Qatar. But why do contractors form JVs and what can go wrong with such arrangements?
This presentation looks at the reasons for contractors forming JVs, what types of JV there are and what common risks are involved for the JV partners and how to avoid them
A look at why companies form JVs in construction
- An overview of the types of JV commonly used in construction projects
- What are the common risks with regard to being a JV partner?
- How to avoid the risks of JVs
Speaker: Sean Vernon – Technical Manager – Qatar
About the Speaker
Sean Vernon is Technical Manager at Quantum Global Solutions in Doha, Qatar. He is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor and has worked for the Employer, Contractor, Subcontractor and latterly in Consultancy. He has worked in the UK, France, Germany, Poland, Slovakia, South Africa, UAE and Qatar on a wide variety of projects from concrete repairs to high-rise housing to a multi-billion Euro Nuclear Power Station. Currently he is associated with preparing extension of time and expert reports for Contractors in the Gulf Area.”
1830 to 1900 – Coffee, networking & registration
1900 to 1905 – Introduction of the speaker and RICS updates
1905 to 2000 – Speaker Presentation
2000 to 2030 – Q&A
When booking for more than one-person, kindly email us the name of the other attendee to be added in the confirmed list of bookers.
Please note: We are unable to reserve a place at this event unless payment is made
The presentation will start promptly at 1900. If you have not checked in by this time (1900), you will not be able to claim your 1.5hrs CPD.
All practising RICS members are required to record at least 20 hours of CPD (including a minimum of 10 hours of formal CPD) completed each year. It has come to our attention that certain RICS members in this region have declared as complete CPD events that they have booked but not attended.
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