NEC4

Workshop NEC4 and NEC4 Alliance Contract

Description:

The NEC contracts have a long history but are not as well known yet in continental Europe. The first modern NEC contract – then known as the ‘New Engineering Contract’ was published in 1993. It was a radical departure from existing building and engineering contracts, being written in plain language and designed to stimulate rather than frustrate good management.
The second edition, called the NEC Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC), appeared two years later. A decade of extensive international use followed, culminating in the development and launch of the NEC3 contract suite in 2005. The NEC3 suite has been endorsed by governments and industry worldwide and has an unrivalled track record for delivering projects on time and on budget – including the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games venues. Twelve years on and with several hundred billion pounds more procurement under its belt, the contract suite’s next evolution NEC4 contract suite was launched in 2017. In an ever more open, collaborative and fast-paced society the NEC4 contracts are more relevant than ever and as an engineering professional or mediator you cannot afford to remain in the dark on them.

 

The program would consist of 1 day, split up in 2 blocks.
Registration for 1 block is also possible.

When: 

17 March 2020

Where: 

HET INGENIEURSHUIS

Desguinlei 214, Antwerp 2018
BELGIUM

NEC4Pricing: 

For the complete workshop, including sandwich lunch:

€ 200,00 for non-members
€ 140,00 for members ie-net
€ 140,00 for corporate members ie-net
€ 100,00 for members ie-net <30y or >65y*
€ 100,00 for members ICE Belgium / Luxembourg

Half the price above for 1 block (morning or afternoon session). Sandwich lunch is not included.

 

Click HERE to register.

Limited seats only!

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– Language: English & Dutch

Location:     Antwerpse Yacht Club, Club Ship Goeree 

            Kempenstraat 3/8001; 2030 Antwerpen

                    BELGIUM
Date :          01 Feb 2018 (19:00 – 21:30)

Price:          €15 (use our PROMO codes to get discount!)

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(Rerun):

Endurance – Leadership Lessons from Ernest Shackleton for Today’s Engineers

Imagine, it is the beginning of the 20th century, you are stranded on ice in the world’s harshest climate.  You are cut off from the outside world without any forms of communication. No smartphones, tablets, laptops, telephones or faxes. Imagine helming a crew of tired and demoralised men, all of whom look towards you for answers. And you think to yourself… how did we get here… how will we get out of here…

It has now been a 101 years since the events surrounding the “Endurance” took place.
 However, the lessons arising from that saga of human spirit and survival are probably as relevant in today’s climate as they were back then.
Joins us as Dr Van Wellen, himself a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, takes you along on that journey and puts you in the captain’s chair… a chair of which one is never sure which way it will swivel in a storm…
All aboard!!!
GPS – WGS84:
51°13′56.38”N  04°24’52.61”E
what3words:
harmless.table.tapers
 
Ample street parking in the area.
 
REGISTER EARLY… SEATING IS LIMITED
See you all there!
– Language: English & Dutch

Location:     Antwerpse Yacht Club, Club Ship Goeree 

Kempenstraat 3/8001; 2030 Antwerpen

                    BELGIUM
Date :           25 April 2018 (18:30 – 20:30)

Price:          Eur 10,00

Student Price: Eur 8,00 (Send us an email for the COUPON code)

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