Wednesday 25th April 2018, 08:00 for breakfast and registration, 08:30 to 10:00
Addleshaw Goddard, Leeds
The collapse of #Carillion earlier this year continues to send reverberations around the sector, prompting renewed calls for a fundamental shift in the way contracts are procured, planned and delivered. Yes – we’ve been hear before with Egan and Latham but how can we ensure this time things are different? Join our lively debate next week and have YOUR say on how the industry needs to change and crucially how do we go about it. This is sure to be a very lively and opinionated session so please do join us if you can!
Following this session we will produce a summary report of the main discussion to feedback to Constructing Excellence. It is important that all regional voices are heard, hence similar events are being run across the country over the next few months.
Tim Whitehill, Project Five Consulting and author of the Constructing Excellence report; “Organisational Resilience event – Are we built on a house of cards?” – Tim will cover the CE National Perspective.
Steve Baker, Group Manager, Construction Management Services at East Riding of Yorkshire – Steve will cover public sector legislation, awarding contractors and mitigation measures.
Joe Wilkinson, Katie Milner and Sophie Christodoulou from the Construction, Engineering & Environment Disputes at Addleshaw Goddard – they will cover proactive and reactive mechanisms to protect against contractor insolvency.
Each speaker will do a short introduction to the topic from their respective angles before the debate is opened up to the floor. The debate will be chaired by Tom Oulton, Chair of Constructing Excellence Yorkshire and Humber.
Wednesday 25th April 2018
08:00 for breakfast and registration, 08:30 to 10:00
£35 per person or FREE to YHCE Club Members (please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your place)