Hewitt plans training course on construction claims
Manama, September 4, 2013
Hewitt Construction Consultancy, a company specialising in construction contracts and claims, is partnering with Qatar-based Quantum International to deliver its two-day intensive training course on construction claims to professionals in Bahrain.
The event will be held on September 18 and 19.
The course is designed to provide those representing both contractors and clients with the knowledge necessary to manage, prepare, present and respond to construction claims in an effective and professional manner, reported the Gulf Daily News, our sister publication.
"Since the launch of Claims Class, we have had many positive responses and the course received excellent feedback when it was presented in the UAE and Doha," said course developer and leading presenter Andy Hewitt, who is the principal of Hewitt Construction Consultancy and has lived and worked in Bahrain for several years.
"I am particularly happy to be able to present the course in Bahrain which holds many happy memories for both myself and my family," he added.
Quantum Qatar senior contracts and claims consultant Steven Beaumont will jointly present the course.
"Supporting Hewitt Construction Consultancy in Bahrain creates a strong partnership where experience can be brought together to deliver a quality training course to construction professionals including quantity surveyors, engineers, contract administrators, architects, planners and project managers," remarked Beaumont.
"Given Quantum's international experience and knowledge of the market in this particular region of the Gulf through our current activities, we are able to build on the seamless work already produced by Hewitt Claims Consultancy," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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