Commercial Management (CM) in an EPCM (Engineering, Procurement, Construction Management) Environment – are you ready?
Are you expanding / considering expanding your client base to include multinational companies or large multi-prime sites, and do you want to understand more about that commercial environment? If so, this session will give you insights into the expectations of the client and the CM team in a multi-price or CM lead construction project, the costs involved in managing a project of this nature; and also how to ensure you make a profit. The session is a great opportunity to question a Commercial & Contracts Lead who has worked on some of the largest construction projects in the state, for both client and CM.
The session will cover:
•The major differences between traditional construction environment and multi-prime or CM projects.
•The general responsibilities that usually apply under the agreements and the pitfall many suffer.
•An understanding of the general bid process. expectations on next line
•An understanding of the general expectations for the commercial management of the works and the additional duties that are expected from the contractor.
• The commercial structures from client to trade.
• The management teams required to support projects of this nature.
Who should attend:
• Companies (trade or general contractor) interested in working in an EPCM / multi prime site / site under a Lead CM like Jacobs.
• Anyone interested in tendering to the multinational, pharma or semi-conductor markets (excluding office and housing).
• Mid – large entities of €5m+ turnover
• Project director, commercial manager, senior surveyor levels interested in gaining an understanding of the EPCM market sector
The Speaker – Garret Murphy: MSCSI, MRICS, MCIOB, FCIArb
Garret Murphy is a Commercial / Contracts Manager with over 20 year’s years’ professional experience. He has a Degree in Construction Economics from DIT Bolton Street, a BSc from Trinity College, and a number of postgraduate qualifications in areas including Contract Law and Dispute Resolution.
Currently, Garret is the Contracts Manager for Jacobs on the Bristol Myers Squibb site, Tyrellstown, Dublin, where a full bio pharma campus is being developed, which includes production facility, labs, office, warehouse and associated facility buildings, at a cost of c.$1MB.
Garret is experienced in working as part of client CM team responsible for delivering large construction programmes with values between €600m – €5B. He has held contract & commercial management roles on projects in bio pharma, semi-conductor and semi state environments, which were delivered under a variety of contracts forms, including client bespoke, standard form and amended standard forms.
Date: Tuesday, 19th. September 2017
Time: 08.30am to 11.30am
Venue: CIF, Construction Hse, Canal Road Dublin 6