Event code: 78008
Programme Risk Management
– Technical use of programmes to control, manage and optimise the project
The management of project is a complex issue and can be potentially ruinous financiallyfor both the contractor and employer if the risk and uncertainty are not managed efficientlyand effectively. This workshop will concentrate on good programme management and optimisation strategies and techniques for effectively managing and mitigating the risk and challenges in managing a project towards successful completion.
It will also cover tools for avoiding and analysing issues in disputes, and for resolving disputes quickly with minimum cost. A case study will be used to help participants gain a better understanding of the potential problems and risks arising due to project delays. The case study will conclude with illustrations of how best practice programme management techniques and optimisation strategies can be effectively applied to help in the recovery of the delayed project.
• The importance of time requirements in the contract and each party’s obligations.
• The importance of the baseline programme as a robust management tool for use throughout the works.
• Best practice for programme management and what this achieves; project status, forecasts, enhanced productivity, programme clarity, delay identifiction, mitigation and management.
• Programme risk management; end date risk modeling and how this helps programme management.
• Programme optimisation; methods and reasons for activity compression
Mr Lee Baker, GDL BSc (Hons) MCIArb AMAEDirector, HKA
Lee Baker is a Director at HKA, and is responsible for the Forensic Delay Group in the Asia region. He is a delay analyst with more than 12 years of industry experience with specialisation in time-related matters and programme risk management. He is regularly sought for expert reports, and advises clients on dispute avoidance and resolution. Lee’s extensive international experience of high value mega-projects spanned across a wide-range of industry sectors, including power generation, aviation, rail, high-rise buildings, and prestigious retail and commercial developments. He also conduct courses for RICS, and his recent speaking engagements include: FIDIC Asia PacificConference, Annual Construction Risk Management Conference, PMI (Singapore Branch) Symposium and the YSIAC Advocacy Roadshow.
Mr Mark curtIes, MITB, BSc (Hons) Senior Consultant, HKA
Mark Curties has over 7 years’ experience in claims consulting. This involved providing claims management, including preparation and defence, arbitration and expert witness support services. Mark is experienced in power generation, infrastructure and petro-chemical works, and has worked on numerous disputes across Europe and the Middle East. Additionally, Mark is trained in managing large and complex datasets, efficiently deriving insights through a range of analytical pproaches. Mark is currently engaged as a Senior Consultant for HKA’s Singapore office providing both delay analysis and data support for claims commissions undertaken by the office
Building Owners, Developers, Architects, Consultants, Contractors, Subcontractors, Lawyers, Facility Managers, Engineers, Project Managers, Supply Chain Managers and Government Agencies as well as anyone involved with the management and execution of engineering and construction projects.
14th Run: To be confirmed
Duration: 1 day
Time: 9.00am to 5.00pm
Venue: BCA Academy
Fee (incl of GST): S$330
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Certificate of Attendance (COA) will be awarded to participants who meet the attendance requirement.
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