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Course Title   A practical two-day FIDIC Training on Construction and Design-build (WB, ADB & JICA editions) and EPCT Contract
       
Course Duration   Date: 18 – 19 April, 2020 (Friday & Saturday)
Time: 9:am to 4:30 pm,
       
Course Contents   • Introduction & background to FIDC
• Background to FIDIC Contracts
• Features of the 1999 Editions
• Structure of the Documents
• Type of FIDIC Contracts
• Basic Difference between Harmonized and 1999 FIDIC Contracts
• Clause 1 - General Provisions and General Issues
• Clause 2 - The Employer
• Clause 3 - The Engineer
• Clause 4 - The Contractor
• Clause 5 - Construction Contract: Nominated Subcontractors
• Clause 5 - Plant and Design-Build Contract: Design
• Clause 6 - Staff and Labor
• Clause 7 - Plant Material and Workmanship
• Clause 8 - Commencement Delays and Suspension
• Clause 9 - Tests on Completion
• Clause 10 - Employer’s Taking Over; Defects Liability
• Clause 11 - Plant Contract: Tests after Completion
• Clause 12 - Construction Contract: Measurement and Evaluation
• Clause 13 - Variations and Adjustments Calculation of Price Adjustment Coefficients
• Clause 14 - Contract Price and Payment
• Clause 15 - Termination by Employer
• Clause 16 - Suspension and Termination by Contractor
• Clause 17 - Risk and Responsibility,
• Clause 18 - Liability and Insurance
• Clause 19 - Force Majeure
• Clause 20 - Claims, Disputes and Arbitration
• Contractor’s Claims and Employer’s Claims; Claims procedures
• Disputes
• Amicable Settlement
• Dispute Adjudication Board • Arbitration
• Project risk
• FIDIC Standard Case Study and Discussion on Contractors Claims (more than 15 claims) based on the Case
       
Course Benefits   The objective of this course is to provide the participants a complete practical understanding of FIDIC Contracts (WB, ADB, JICA edition) currently in use thereby enabling them in preparation of FIDIC tender documents& contract andadministration, prevention & resolution of claims and disputes in FIDIC Contracts.
       
Who Should Attend   This event will be of great value to all those actively involved in FIDIC based contract, including representatives from Consulting Engineers, Contractors, Funding Agencies, Employers, as well as representatives from the Legal and other Construction Professions.
       
Number of Participant  
       
Venue   ESCB City Campus (IEB Headquarters, Ramna, Dhaka)
       
Course Fee   Tk. 12,500/-(Excluding applicable Vat & Taxes)per participant which includeslunch, refreshments, training materials, participants’ per-diem etc.
       
Payment Method   Cash or Bank Cheque (In favour of ESCB)
     
Last Date of Receiving Nomination