There has been a considerable movement in recent years in the public and
private sectors toward Partnering as a collaborative, non adversarial method
of procuring all forms of construction project.
PPC 2000 is the first standard form of Project Partnering Contract and can be applied to any type of partnered project.
This course will cover the essential principles of partnering and how PPC 2000 can be used to appoint all members of the project team and complete the project.
Case study examples will be used throughout the day
Aims & Objectives:
At the end of the course, participants should be able to: -
- Fully understand the principles of partnering.
- Appreciate how the PPC 2000 contract can be used for partnering.
- Appreciate the roles and responsibilities of the key parties
- Understand the main clauses of the PPC 2000 contract
- Be able to run a partnering contract using PPC 2000.
Session 1 What is Partnering
Session 2 Essential Principles of PPC 2000
Session 3 Project Team Members Roles and Responsibilities
Session 4 Partnering and Project Timetables
Session 5 Design Responsibilities
Session 6 Quality Issues
Session 7 Risk Management
Session 8 Payment
Session 9 Problem Solving and Dispute Resolution