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Freeths to host webinar to discuss Collaborative Construction and the benefit to your Business?


Freeths Partner John Kelly, in conjunction with Construction Excellence are keen advocates of Collaborative Construction as a way for avoiding escalating costs, producing better project outcomes, and avoiding costly litigation. As a duel qualified specialist construction solicitor and Chartered Surveyor John adopts a pragmatic approach to projects and would like to share a discussion about how this can be beneficial moving forward.

John believes that the need for the construction sector to better embrace a Collaborative Construction approach to procurement is in a similar vein to the need to reduce carbon from the environment, the comparison being, we all know it needs to happen, but there is a worrying lethargy in embracing the need. The other comparison is the benefits and opportunities that exist for those willing to change, which are considerably under exploited at present.

Please join us for a webinar that investigates and discusses the value of Collaborative Construction benefits to the Construction Industry.

Attending the discussion will be:
John Kelly - Construction Partner, Freeths
Andrew Carpenter – Construction Excellence Midlands
Darren Wallace - Stepnell
Mark Preite – NHS Sherwood Forest

Tuesday 18 April – 11am please email to register: There will be a live Q&A.

What is Collaborative Construction and what are the potential benefits.
Constructive collaboration is the first step towards a better industry in general, significantly improving trust and enabling far more interaction between different a wide range of teams and companies.

Whilst construction projects are becoming more complex. Effective collaboration is increasingly becoming a key factor in completing projects on time and within budget while delivering a quality product for your clients.

Identifying collaboration leads to many benefits like adoption of new innovations, while still delivering time, and cost-savings for the client. Good project collaboration is more than just everyone completing tasks on schedule. It involves building a strong relationship with all stakeholders based on trust and respect to work together to successfully complete a project. Being able to cooperate and coordinate efforts to improve productivity is essential.

Constructing Excellence Midlands Diploma, Collaboration in Construction.
Learn about the CONSTRUCTING Excellence Midlands latest edition of its Diploma in Collaboration in Construction, which is to be delivered through a unique partnership with industry teaching platform the Supply Chain Sustainability School.

Ten course tutors from the likes of Bowmer + Kirkland, Freeths and the NHS will be imparting their knowledge through the course, which will cover topics including the Value Toolkit, designing for the environment and collaborative forms of contract.

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