Welcome to the premier event for Canadian construction professionals and their counsel!
Join us for two days of timely updates and forward-thinking discussions, offering invaluable perspectives on the pressing matters impacting construction professionals across Canada.
The Canadian Institute will provide a certificate of attendance post-event, and attendees may submit the certificate for review for Gold Seal and CPD credits (legal and engineer).
2024 CONFERENCE CO-CHAIRS
Assistant General Counsel
Cassels, Brock & Blackwell LLP
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Housing, Infrastructure and Communities
Member of Parliament
Government of Canada
Ontario General Contractor’s Association
Senior Legal Counsel
Toronto Transit Commission
President and CEO
Infrastructure Health & Safety Association
Principal Project Manager & ODACC Adjudicator
Hancock & MacArthur Inc.
Lynnell Crone, PMP, MBA
Vice President, Alternative Contracts & Light Industrial
2024 CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS
- Learning New Strategies for Mitigating the Risks of a Volatile Supply Chain Environment and Price Increases
- Exploring the Increasing Use of Collaborative Contracts and Blueprints to Assess Suitability of This Contract for Projects
- Appreciating Crucial Deadlines, Definitions, and Processes: Practical and Legal Lien and Holdback
- Considerations for Contractors and Subcontractors
- Learning the Best Practices for Writing Legally Sound Correspondence, Contract Management and Resolving Claims to Prevent the Need to go to Court
ABOUT THIS CONFERENCE
Effectively navigating risk remains a central and continuous challenge throughout all phases of construction projects. From project inception to completion, the complex nature of construction with numerous stakeholders, schedules, and voluminous invoices, change orders, and project correspondences demands meticulous attention. Moreover, navigating an industry impacted by both global and local factors, such as supply chain volatility and the Canadian labour shortage crisis, necessitates a nuanced understanding of challenges that can either make or break a project’s success.
That is why the Canadian Institute’s 16th National Conference on Navigating Risk in Construction Contracts & Projects will address the most critical challenges faced by the construction industry.
While every construction project is inherently unique, with distinct timelines, resources, priorities, and risks, our robust two-day conference ensures that attendees gain valuable insights and strategies applicable to their specific projects.
A MUST-ATTEND EVENT FOR
- Project Managers
- Risk Managers
- Lawyers in private and public practice
- Contract Administrators, Managers, and Specialists
- Engineers and Architects
- Construction Managers
- Procurement Specialists
- Construction Consultants
- Construction Associations
Earn CPD and Gold Seal Credits
Conference hours can be used towards the Gold Seal Certification application for credits, subject to credit approval upon review. Note: every 6 hours of learning equals 1 Gold Seal credit.
This program can be applied towards 10.5 Substantive hours and 1 Equality, Diversity and Inclusion hour of annual Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for Law Society of Upper Canada, the Law Society of Saskatchewan, the Law Society of British Columbia, the Law Society of Alberta, and the Barreau du Quebec. Members will also receive 3 additional CPD credit hours for the attendance of each of the workshops.The Canadian Institute will provide certificates of attendance upon request. You must request the certificate from CI and submit the certificate yourself to obtain credits.
This was a good conference, and I was pleased to participate in it!
All speakers were great!
Very informative, well-run.