RICS is delighted to invite you to a CPD event run on Concurrent Delays in Construction Projects – The Debate which will be held on 8 April 2020 United Arab Emirates time zone (UTC +4)
Summary of the Topic: What is concurrency? Is there true concurrency? What happen when it is established? And How it affects EOT and compensation entitlement?
Concurrency is a term that is always referred to in any delayed project by both Employers and Contractors. Quite often the term “Dominant Delay” is accompanied with the term concurrency.
We will cover how to identify a dominant delay and which method of delay analysis helps with the same.
We will also try to establish a basic understanding of the topic and its effect on EOT entitlement and the associated costs
** There will be no legal discussion on the matter.
** Various contracts deal with concurrency differently; this discussion will be generic and will not refer to a specific contract or jurisdiction.
- Understanding what concurrency is;
- Understanding how it affects EOT and cost entitlements;
- Knowing how to establish a concurrency argument;
- Understanding the factors affecting the above.
Speaker: Ahmed Ismail | Director | FTI Consulting -Construction Solutions
About the Speaker
Ahmed Ismail is a Consulting practice and is based in Dubai. Mr. Ismail has more than 17 years’ experience in the construction industry, in Delay Analysis and he is a Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Nominated Expert Witness.
Mr. Ismail prepared Delay Expert Reports on several court cases concerning a Petrochemical plant and a fishermen port in the UAE.
Mr. Ismail also worked as a lead assistant to a party appointed Expert in arbitration case under Dubai International Arbitration Centre rules and has prepared independent planning assessment reports for complex projects and disputes.
Mr. Ismail has experience in major projects including rail and metro construction, oil and gas and power installations, residential and commercial buildings construction, large horizontal residential developments, hospitals and luxurious hotels.
He has worked in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the UAE.
1800 to 1830 – WebEx call will be open for Audio testing – United Arab Emirates time zone (UTC +4)
1830 to 1930 – Presentation
1930 to 2000 – Q&A
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