Impacts of COVID-19 on construction projects

An online event organised by CIArb & Accura Consulting

20 May 2020

Jointly hosted by CIArb & Accura Consulting we invite you to join us for our live webinar on 20 May 2020. This webinar will feature quantum, delay and legal experts to discuss the contractual challenges emerging from COVID19.


UK 9:00 to 11:10
UAE 12:00 to 14:10
SG/HK 16:00 to 18:10
Sydney/Melbourne 18:00 to 20:10

With the ongoing COVID19 crisis many construction projects are facing unprecedented issues that are causing delays, cost blowouts, resequencing and disruption

Topics covered include

Part 1 - One Hour

Delay Suspension of Works
Mitigation - Common lawand Civil Law Changes/Variations
Acceleration Termination

 The above points will be discussed between world leading legal experts and Accura Consulting's delay and quantum specialists.

The second part of the webinar will discuss the actions that need to be taken to seek recovery and the procedural processes that are required. We will also discuss the common pitfalls parties make in submitting claims.

Part 2 - One Hour

Notices of Claim Global Claims
Records of events ADR Procedures
Programs Q&A



Paul McArd - Managing Director, Accura Consulting

We are honoured to have the following panellist:

Alex McKellar - Partner, Construction at HFW
Andrew Mackenzie - Partner, Head of International Arbitration at Baker McKenzie Habib Al Mulla
Ged Barron - Director, Accura Consulting
Paul Coates - Partner, Clifford Chance
Peter Anagnostou - Senior Associate, DLA Piper
Jeremie Witt - Partner, Infrastructure, Construction and Energy Disputes, CMS
Lewis Johnston - Head of Policy, Public Affairs and Research at CIArb
Dr Paresh Kathrani - Director of Professional Services at CIArb

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