ASG Conference ‘Collaborating for Value’
FRIDAY 5TH OCTOBER 2018
Venue: Devonport House, King William Walk, London. SE10 9JW
The next Alliance Steering Group conference “Collaborating for Value” will be held on Friday 5th October 2018
The Government Construction Sector Deal and the Hackitt Report give us powerful reasons to make collaboration work better.
Our keynote speakers Samantha Ulyatt and Kevin Murray from Crown Commercial Service will explain how they are using FAC-1 to deliver a new generation of consultant and contractor framework alliances.
Our workshops will analyse value, efficiencies and challenges arising under FAC-1 and TAC-1 collaborative programmes such as the Kier/Surrey highways alliance and the off-site manufacture strategies developed by LHC, by the Football Foundation and by the Construction Leadership Council.
We will compare multi-party working under PPC2000 and under the new NEC4 Alliance Contract, and we will be entertained and inspired by marathon runner Tom Boother.
Fees are £95 + VAT for delegates, with two free places for each public sector client, so we expect a good range of delegates.
Please contact Shona Broughton at email@example.com for details and registration.
SATURDAY 6TH OCTOBER 2018
Venue: King’s College London
10 am to 3.30 pm
Led by Professor David Mosey, Centre of Construction Law, King’s College London
Efficiency, improved value and collaborative working under the FAC-1 Framework Alliance Contract and the TAC-1 Term Alliance Contract (David Mosey):
- Objectives, success measures and targets
- Costs and incentives
- Supply chain collaboration and other alliance activities
- The alliance manager and core group
How to use FAC-1 and TAC-1 in compliance with public procurement regulations (Rebecca Rees, Trowers & Hamlins):
- Selection by direct award and mini-competition
- Completing the price framework
- Call-off under JCT, NEC, PPC and FIDIC
- Orders and mobilisation
FAC-1, TAC-1 and improved value on housing programmes (John Thornhill, Futures Housing Group) – case study
Using FAC-1 to integrate contributions to BIM (Sara Valaguzza and Eduardo Parisi)- case study
Using FAC-1 to integrate major infrastructure projects (Adrianna Spassova) – case study
Procuring through FAC-1 for multiple clients (John Skivington, LHC) – case study
Techniques that bring FAC-1 and TAC-1 to life (David Mosey):
- Building long-term relationships
- Integrating capital and operational works
- Learning from project to project
- Managing risks and avoiding disputes
Questions and answers
The Masterclass fee is £250 + VAT including copies of FAC-1 and TAC-1
London 1st March “Improving Value through Alliances, BIM and Collaborative Contracts”- conference hosted by King’s College Centre of Construction Law with support from the International Construction Law Association, the ACA Alliance Steering Group and the Society of Construction Law.
Copenhagen 22nd November, Jessica Twombley, “Early contractor involvement and collaborative working under FAC-1 and PPC2000″
- How is improved value obtained without losing legal clarity?
- Can multiparty contracts help capture the benefits of new digital technology?”
Society of Construction Law New Zealand, : “Framework Alliances- what do they have to offer?” , Professor David Mosey, Auckland 26th October and Christchurch 6th November 2017
UK Construction Week, “Collaboration in the Construction Industry”, Professor David Mosey, Wednesday 12th October 2017
Presentation of FAC-1 in Frankfurt, Wolfgang Breyer, Tuesday 10th October 2017
Launch of FAC-1 Italian version, Milan, Professor Sara Valaguzza, Monday 2nd October 2017
Pellings- “What next for procurement?”, Thursday 28th September 2017, Professor David Mosey presentsat the Cavendish Conference Centre, W1G9DT: for free places apply to firstname.lastname@example.org
London Constructing Excellence Club/ Chartered Institute of Building– “New Models of Construction Procurement – latest developments in integrated and collaborative approaches” Tuesday 12th September 2017, Professor David Mosey at London Capital Club, 15 Abchurch Lane, London EC4N 7BW
Savills andthe South East Consortium -“An introduction to the FAC-1 and TAC-1 alliance contracts” Professor David Mosey at Savills, Margaret Street, London W1G0JD , Friday 8th September 2017
King’s College London Centre of Construction Law 30th anniversary conference Friday 2nd June 2017 – German, Italian and UK perspectives on FAC-1 by Professor Stefan Leupertz, Professor Sara Valaguzza and Professor David Mosey
Friday 9th June 2017 workshop at the University of Milan to consider potential uses for the Italian translation of the FAC-1 Framework Alliance Contract, bringing together leading academics, lawyers, architects and engineers with senior Government and contractor representatives.
TAC-1 Official Launch Monday 5th June 2017 at Somerset House ,London: Southern Housing Group, the first users of the TAC-1 Term Alliance Contract, describe their experience of procuring a new term alliance. and recent soft market-testing which showed that over 80% of contractors preferred the TPC2005 term partnering contract compared to the JCT and NEC term contracts.2016ASG Conference 2016 – The Power of AlliancingOn 24 October 2016 at Devonport House, King William Walk, London the Alliance Steering Group anlaysed the power of alliancing in infrastructure, housing and construction. With a keynote by BJ Cunningham, we questioned construction practice through a series of workshops, plenary sessions and guided panel debates maximising opportunities for delegates to participate and network. This conference showcased the powerful results alliancing can deliver in housing, construction and infrastructure projects with breakout sessions on:
• people, behaviour and culture in delivering successful projects
• skills and training to bring the right people into construction and infrastructure
• launching the new FAC-1 Framework Alliance Contract
• case studies of alliancing in action including housing projects at the Royal Borough of Kingston, Dacorum Borough Council and the Ministry of Justice for the Hillsborough Inquiry court rooms.