PACT is an old English word has the meaning of Contract, Deed, Deal, Treaty, Agreement, etc…
Contract administration involves making decisions and the timely flow of information and decisions to enable completion of the project as required by the contract documents including review and observation of the construction project.
This is important to the Owner and Consultant not only to determine that the work is proceeding in conformity with the contract documents, but also because it allows a final opportunity to detect any inaccuracies, ambiguities or inconsistencies in the design.
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- The track and courses are accredited from many Reputable Egyptian Universities
- The program is also available at the Canadian International College (CIC) in the fifth Settlement and the British University in Egypt (BUE) in El Sherouk City
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The objective of the PACT program is to improve construction contract management by providing education related to the management and enforcement of contract requirements during the construction phase of the project.
The PACT Program is designed for those individuals involved in construction administration, including Contract Administrators, Property Managers, Architects, Engineers, Interior Designers, Specification Consultants, Building Authorities, and Bonding and Insurance Agencies.
These Core Courses are needed in addition to two of the Elective Courses to acquire the full program accredited Certificate.
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- Terms and terminology of contracting and procurement.
- Legal requirements of contracts and their implications.
- Ingredients for contracting success.
- Stakeholder mapping and expectations analysis.
- Converting project objectives to contract requirements.
- Applications and weaknesses of contract types.
- Risk transfer through contracting terms and conditions.
- Procurement process.
- Communication feedback loop.
- Negotiation principles.
- Contract change control principles.
- Claims administration.
- Contract closure from completed work to creation of a contract
- Main ABC procurement procedures.
- Procedural requirements of the main ABC procurement routes.
- Application of ABC tendering practice.
- Maintaining equal treatment and good documentary evidence.
- Applying ABC tendering practice effectively .
- Effective and lawful early market engagement.
- Managing Freedom of Information requests.
- Managing the legal challenges.
- Engaging & stimulating markets prior to OJEU.
- Maintaining regulatory compliance.
- Eligibility Conditions.
- Main Differences .
- Comparison with the FIDIC.
- Utilized Forms and Documents.
- Project Financing Procedure.
- Contracting Procedures.
- Contract Administration: A Proactive Process.
- Contract Administration: Planning – Who Does What, Where, and When.
- Dispute Avoidance and Resolution – A Proactive Approach to Problem Solving.
- Quality Assurance and Acceptance – What Works.
- Invoice and Payment Management – Cash is King.
- Terminations – What to Know, What to do.
- Contract Closeout – Final Actions.
- Changes Management – Risk vs. Opportunity.
- Monitoring Progress – Tools and Techniques.
Part I – Document Control :
- Introduction to Enterprise Content Management.
- Components – Capture, Manage, Store, Preserve, and Deliver.
Part II – Contract Management :
- Introduction to Primavera Contract Management.
- Creating the Company Directory.
- Creating a Project.
- Tracking the Drawings.
- Communicating Project Information.
- Logging and Tracking Submittals.
- Documenting Project Issues.
- Recording Project Communications.
Part III – Change Management :
- Managing Project Costs.
- Awarding Procurement Items.
- Contracts, Purchase Orders, and Trends.
- Change Management.
- Payment Requisitions.
- Approval Process.
- Customizing Layouts.
- Safety Module.
- Connecting to a P6 Schedule.
The Elective Courses (choose 2 only)
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- What is the Public Private Partnership (PPP) – the Technical and Legal Definitions-.
- Different forms of PPP structures and contracts.
- Why PPP Contracts are different from other types of contracts.
- PPP Projects preparations required prior getting into a PPP Contract.
- Tendering Procedures of a PPP Project.
- Preparation of Tender Documents.
- PPP Contract stakeholder.
- PPP Contract General Structure
- Understanding then main articles and provisions of PPP Contract
- Understanding the function of each Annex of the PPP Contract and its connection to the PPP contract articles.
- Phases of the PPP Contract.
- Implementing and Managing the PPP Contract
- Termination of a PPP Contract
- Project Handover conditions and procedures.
- Dispute resolution Mechanisms.
- The Objective and Structure of the Contract.
- The legal considerations underpinning terms and conditions.
- Understanding the supplier’s objectives in seeking to include a particular term or condition.
- Realizing why the main contractual terms and conditions are present in commercial contracts.
- Understanding the basic differences between suppliers’ terms and buyers’ terms, and the effect on buyers’ rights and remedies.
- Supporting the organization’s position in contract formation and management.
- Preparation of the Tender Documents.
- Formulation of the TOR.
- Establishment of the KPIs and Measurements.
- Linguistic Formulation.
- Agreeing on the Dispute Resolution Mechanism (amicably and legally)
I – Delay Analysis :
- Causes of Delays in the Construction Industry.
- Identification of Construction Delays.
- Delay Analysis Techniques.
- Resolving Concurrent Delays.
- Forms Utilized to Express Disruption and Delays.
II – Claim Preparation :
- Claim Definition.
- Claim Sources, Stages, and Types.
- Claim Procedures under FIDIC 87/99.
- Preparing and Evaluating a Claim.
- Claim Negotiation and Settlement
- Claims Management in PMBOK
III – Arbitration Administration :
- Commencing the Arbitration.
- Popular Arbitration Procedures.
- Guidelines for the Arbitrator.
- Guidelines for the Defending Officer.
- Drafting International Arbitration Clauses.
- Rule of Taking Evidence in International Arbitration.
- Award of Arbitration.
- Cost of the Arbitration.
- Time and Cost Control in Arbitration.
|Fees of a course||EGP 1500|
|Full Program / Track||EGP 9000|
|Discount for groups more than 5 Persons||25 %|
|Date From||Date To||Notes|
|Course Start||January 8, 2017||January 31, 2017|