The Canadian Construction Documents Committee (CCDC) has developed two new design-build contract forms:
During this seminar, the CCDC Executive Secretary Eric Lee will explain to you the key philosophy behind these contract forms. There will be a detailed analysis of the roles and risk profiles of the Owner / Design-Builder / Design-Builder’s Consultant / Payment Certifier / Other Consultants / Owner’s Advisor. Other key topics include the Design-Builder’s liability towards Design Service, professional liability insurance requirements, etc.
Includes Valuable References: You will receive a hardcopy of CCDC 14/15 and the accompanying guide CCDC 44.
Your Facilitator: Eric Lee, the Secretary of the Canadian Construction Documents Committee (CCDC) and Vice-President, Industry Practices of the Canadian Construction Association.
Eric Lee joined the Canadian Construction Association in 1993 and progressed from Staff Officer to Senior Director of Industry Practices in 2001. During this period, Eric gained considerable experience relating to the Canadian construction industry and emerged as a specialist in the area of standard construction practices in Canada. In addition to planning and managing various association programs and initiatives, Eric also advises contractor members and general public (e.g. public and private owners, design professionals) on procurement procedures and practices, contract provisions and other related bidding and contracting issues. Eric gained extensive experience liaising with owners and design professionals as the Executive Secretary of the Canadian Construction Documents Committee and during his tenure as the founding Executive Director of the Canadian Design-Build Institute.
May 17, 2019 8:30 am - May 17, 2019 12:00 pm
Venue: Winnipeg Construction Association - Construction Education Centre