CIArb Scottish Branch will host “Concurrent Delay, A Programmer’s View in Edinburgh on 29th January 2018.
Concurrent Delay is often a fiercely debated subject. Throw into the mix that often complex technical and legal issues have to be considered in order to come to an equitable decision. In this presentation Geoff Bewsey will cover the definitions and explanation of concurrent delay and will also cover the issue of Concurrent Delay in programming authorities and discuss identifying concurrency in project programmes.
Geoff is a civil engineer with over 40 years of experience in the construction industry, working in design, contracting and consulting. He has been appointed as delay expert on numerous occasions and has worked on various projects across the UK, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia. He has worked on projects ranging from buildings, bridges, oil and gas projects, infrastructure and power projects to name a few. Geoff has given evidence at arbitration hearings and has given concurrent evidence (hot-tubbing). He has also acted as expert assistant on numerous international disputes. Geoff is currently a Partner with HKA based in London.
Date: 29 January 2018
Venue: Burness Paull, 50 Lothian Road Edinburgh EH3 9WJ
Time: Registration 5:30 p.m. Lecture 6.00pm to 7.00pm Drinks reception 7.00 to – 8.00 pm
Please book your place by contacting the Honorary Secretary, Leigh Herd, CIARBS@shepwedd.com