EPC Project Risk Management


Date: 10th & 11th September 2014

Venue:  Crowne Plaza Hotel and Resorts, The Rosebank, Johannesburg, South Africa

URL: http://www.marcusevans-conferences-africa.com/

Why you Cannot Miss this Event:

With the rise of infrastructure development in Africa, managing risks on Lump Sum EPC Projects has become a priority for companies, to deliver these types of projects without failure. At the EPC Project Risk Management conference, we will demonstrate methods of identifying risks at an early stage, to ensure that your project planning is done effectively. At this conference we will highlight techniques of scheduling your Turnkey Project throughout its lifecycle, to prevent delays.

We will present a case study that will equip you with the skills to prevent cost overruns due to known and unknown risks that might arise during your Design Build project. In addition to this, the conference will cover the Front Engineering and Design (FEED) phase, to ensure maximum ROI from your EPC project. We will cover non-technical risks such as; resource planning and the deployment thereof, labour relations, gaining stakeholder buy-in and preventing reputational damage due to project failure. This conference will focus on Joint Venture (JV) Partnerships, to ensure that you align your organsiation with a JV partner who compliments your in-house capabilities.

We will also focus on the tendering and bidding challenges and how to determine whether you have the necessary resources to take on the EPC project and its inherent risks. Join us at the EPC Project Risk Management conference to assess your current risks and establish the necessary controls to unlock your EPC Projects success.

This event is supported by the Project Management Institute South Africa (PMI SA) with 7 PDUS points per day.

Come in a group of 3 delegates and receive 10% discount off the full fee. For more information, contact Emily Ng at EmilyNg@marcusevanskl.com


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