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Project Security & Guarantees – CW, Bonds, PI, Risk, Change & Breach

Wednesday 1st April 2020 8.15am - Leonardo Royal London City Hotel, 8 - 14 Cooper's Row, London EC3N 2BQ- 1 hour- FREE to attend

Henry Hathaway will focus on all aspects of Project Security including Insurance, Collateral Warranties, PI, Risk Allocation, Change Control, Contract Breach and Bonds – why each element is important and what your responsibilities are whether you are an Employer, Contractor or Sub-Contractor. He will also cover what is a realistic allocation of Risk, Risk Allocation provisions in construction contracts, controlling change in contracts and how to make it work, what constitutes a breach and what to do once breach has occurred?

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