An exploration of the key aspects of the Society of Construction Law Delay and Disruption Protocol of 2017 and how it impacts assessments of extension to the Time for Completion for a project.
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A review of the key aspects of the Society of Construction Law Delay and Disruption Protocol of 2017, looking at obligations imposed by the Protocol upon various parties, duties applied to particular parties, where the protocol differs from the general norms of conduct and how these perceived differences apply to working in the Middle East.
Attendees of the seminar will gain an understanding of:
Duncan Mather has a total of 16 years’ experience in construction, 10 of those in the Gulf. He started his career as a QS in the UK and moved to Dubai in 2008 working on large numbers of high profile commercial projects before his 4-year stint in Qatar where he worked as a Contract Administrator on the new airport and some other infrastructure projects.
Duncan moved back to UAE in 2013 in a claims capacity on Abu Dhabi Midfield terminal project before making the move to Quantum Global Solutions in 2017 as a Senior Contractual and Commercial Consultant. He has since worked on several high-profile claims for QGS including arbitration submissions.