This webinar is brought to you by Television Education Network together with the Association of School Business Administrators.
School building projects can be difficult. Competition for student enrolments, competing stakeholder requirements, a complex commercial and regulatory environment, time and budgetary pressures, information asymmetry with consultants and builders, long lead times and a raft of unknowns pose challenges for even the most experienced school business manager. Building projects are essential, if schools want to improve their facilities and the experiences of their students.
This webinar presentation will cover:
Structuring school building projects – picking the right team and contract model
Builder and consultant procurement
Management of main building works, including design, cash flow and payment and handover
Ongoing role of the school
Getting the most out of builders and avoiding disputes
Hugh Watson, Practice Leader, Moores, Hawthorn, Vic.
Hugh has significant experience in construction and development projects throughout Australia and across multiple industries, including the commercial, not-for-profit, government and agricultural sectors. Hugh helps clients with all manner of construction, supply and maintenance agreements, but he takes particular pride in assisting clients strategically structure and procure their projects to get greater value and efficiencies. Hugh also advises clients on project and claims management during the project delivery phase.
From his formative years at Corrs Chambers Westgarth, Hugh now leads the Moores Construction team.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This webinar is suitable for school business administrators – Australia wide.
This webinar has been designed to run for one hour, however, webinar lengths can vary depending on the level of questions and discussion, and the minimum length of the webinar is 45 minutes.
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