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Progressive partnering

The first standard form of contract for project partnering - PPC2000 - is the topic of two, one day courses launched by Industrial Relations Services and the Construction Study Centre.

'The new form of contract was launched last September with the support of Sir John Egan, ' says Trowers & Hamlin head of projects and construction David Mosey. He claims it has already become the definitive partnering contract adopted by both the public and private sector.

Mosey is the author of the new contract and is also a key speaker at both courses. He has acted as a partnering adviser on several PPC2000 projects.

Both courses offer an introduction and a practical guide to using the contract, illustrated by case studies and the views of clients, consultants and contractors on how PPC2000 works in practice.

The courses are aimed at anyone involved in project partnering or strategic alliancing who is interested in achieving the full benefits of an integrated project.

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