Testing and Commissioning: Responsibility and Liability
Thursday January 11th, 2018
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
180 West Georgia Street, Vancouver
Presented by Doug Sanders and Chris Eagles, Barristers & Solicitors of Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Implementing an effective commissioning process has many short and long term benefits, including mitigation of risk for potential disputes.
Learning objectives include:
- Types of commissioning processes and typical systems to be commissioned.
- Roles and responsibilities of project participants in commissioning processes.
- Prescriptive vs. Performance Requirements in Technical Specifications.
- Liabilities in building commissioning.
Doug Sanders leads the Corporate Commercial Group in the Borden Ladner Gervais LLP Vancouver office, and the Public-Private Infrastructure Projects Group nationally. Doug is both a lawyer and an engineer, and practises in the areas of public-private partnerships, construction contracts (negotiation, drafting, and review), and other contracts to design or construct any asset.
Christopher Eagles is a partner in the Corporate Commercial Group in the Vancouver office. Chris practices general commercial law, with a particular emphasis on the areas of public-private partnerships, procurement and infrastructure including drafting, negotiating and reviewing public-private partnerships, design-build, integrated project delivery, construction, consulting, supply and related agreements.
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