Sydney seminar | 12 February, 2015.
The potential of building information modelling (BIM) is now being realised in the Australian construction, infrastructure and mining industries.
BIM is now regularly deployed on projects throughout Australia, and it may only be a matter of time before Australia follows the UK and the US and its use is mandated on government projects.
While there are compelling advantages to the use of BIM, it also comes with significant legal and regulatory risks. The use of BIM can alter the legal landscape at all levels of project participation.
A2K Technologies is proud to sponsor this timely seminar, where Nick Crennan and Lindsay Prehn of CBP will provide insights into how participation in a BIM can affect your rights.
Date: Thursday, 12 February, 2015
Time: 7.45am registration (sharp), 8.00am start. Seminar concludes at 9.00am.
Venue: Colin Biggers & Paisley offices, Level 42, 2 Park Street, Sydney, NSW
Price: Consult Australia Member $55, Non-Member $70
Registration: http://www.consultaustralia.com.au/login.aspx – Note: login or free account creation required.
About the speakers
Nick Crennan is a partner in the construction and engineering group. He advises and acts for businesses and professionals involved in projects. His expertise is in helping clients prevent or manage difficult issues arising in their businesses and practices, and, if they do arise, developing and executing strategies to resolve them.
Nick is an accredited adjudicator and a trained mediator. He leads an energetic, enthusiastic and highly-skilled team of professionals acting on some of the most complex projects and disputes in Australia as well as overseas.
Lindsay assists her clients in all forms of dispute resolution including arbitration, expert determination, mediation and litigation. She also provides advice on contractual interpretation issues, contractual compliance, matters of contract administration and preparation of construction documentation and related commercial agreements.
Lindsay was admitted as a solicitor in NSW in 2002. She is admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of NSW, Federal Court and High Court of Australia and the High Court of England & Wales. Lindsay joined CBP Lawyers in 2009.