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Posted: August 8, 2018

Construction Forum: Lessons From Real Life Experience

Pacific Business and Law Institute
Construction projects are complex and don’t always go according to plan, and when issues arise, the consequences can be extremely expensive and time-consuming. A proactive and informed approach to both project planning and dispute resolution can save your budget and avoid protracted delays, litigation or relationship breakdowns.
This program will equip delegates with useful tools to address many of the key issues that can affect construction projects by providing the unique opportunity to learn from the real world experience of experts in the field. Faculty will share cases from their own portfolios and from the courts and analyze how best to resolve the situation in a timely and cost-efficient manner, as well as what could have been done differently at the outset to avoid the situation altogether. This program is essential for lawyers and construction professionals who seek to ensure that their constructions projects proceed effectively, efficiently and on budget.

This program will provide real case scenarios and take-away lessons on the following areas:
• Changes
• Delays
• Differing site conditions
• Architects and consultants
• Insurance matters
• Builders liens
• Dispute resolution

Who Should Attend?
• Lawyers
• Construction managers, contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers
• Construction and development company owners, managers and c-suite officers
• Designers, engineers and architects
• Construction insurers and risk managers

For more information visit our website at www.pbli.com/1456

Register by:
Telephone: 604-730-2500 or toll free 1-877-730-2555
Fax: 604-730-5085 or toll free 1-866-5085
Mail: Unit 2-2246 Spruce Street, Vancouver, BC  V6H 2P3
Online: https://www.pbli.com/programs/register?itemid=428 

Date: October 30, 2018
Event Type: Forum
Location: Vancouver, BC
Region: Lower Mainland
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