The complexity in delivering public or private projects continuously evolving. Many times, contract performance can determine, the sustainability of the company. The critical aspect is resulting from both explicit and implicit contract delivery obligation of the parties.
Effective contract performance strategy has proven to be most proactive and methodical approach from contract initiation through to award and project delivery. Contract performance strategy can lead to significant improvements in contract management efficiency and results to cost savings, minimize claims and disputes.
This updated course curriculum will help identify all critical contractual areas for appropriate interpretation, and implementation of construction contracts in both public and private sectors.
This course is designed to help you identify all critical contractual areas for appropriate interpretation, and implementation of construction contracts in both public and private sectors.
- Contract Management Scope
- Definition of Contract Management
- Importance of Contract Management
- Contract Management Activities
- Upstream or pre-award Contract Activities
- Downstream or post-award Contract Activities
- Technical & Commercial aspects of Contract Close-out
Who Should Attend:
Project Managers, Construction Managers, Contract Managers, Contract Administrators, Bid & Proposal Managers, Architects, Engineering Consultants, General Contractors, Sub-contractors and Suppliers.
Balarama Iyer, a multi-sector market leader with over 29 years’ of global experience in socio-economic infrastructure development under diversified delivery (PPP/AFP, IPD, PFI, IPP & Traditional.) models and indulged in pursuing over $50 billion, is a ‘strategic advisor' for public and private sectors. He is currently a Senior Manager, PPP within Rail & Transit Division at WSP Canada. Iyer became an “enabler” of Go-To-Market (G2M®), Channel-To-Market (C2M®) and Multi-Sector Marketing (MsM®) Strategist for public and private sectors and in advisory role, guided structuring pre-market and in-market activities up to financial close, followed by program delivery including managing contracts, risks, changes, claims and dispute resolution teams. The multiplicity of industry exposure allowed Iyer to lead value-engineering & construct-ability for optimum O&M services to achieve performance target of Transit, Transportation, Power incl. Renewable Gen, T&D, Special and Industrial projects.