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2002, 2019

“Pathway to PMP® Certification” – Digital team-based program for project managers

February 20th, 2019|

The PMP® certification is widely regarded as “The” industry standard for project management. Achieving it can lead to improved performance on strategic project goals and enhanced status in front of customers and amongst peers. Those who have achieved the PMP® certification can attest to the considerable levels of information to be absorbed, self-discipline, hard [...]

502, 2019

Focus your Wisdom: Avoiding Disputes and Improving Project Results

February 5th, 2019|

In its Global Construction Disputes Report dated August 2018 ARCADIS ask the question “…does the construction industry learn from its mistakes…?” A good question, but is there a good answer? ARCADIS found that in 2017 across the construction spectrum globally; The average amount of money in dispute per project was USD 43.4m Resolution of [...]

1801, 2019

Kingsfield refocuses business on strategic consulting and learning & development

January 18th, 2019|

We are excited to announce that Kingsfield is re-focusing its business from January 2019. We are making these changes in response to what we perceive our clients need and what we see in the market. Kingsfield is re-focusing its business on strategic consulting and learning & development. We continue to concentrate on those areas [...]

1510, 2018

Do you know the implications of what you say and what you are told?

October 15th, 2018|

Some of the most common comments we receive during the deliveries of our Foundations in Commercial Awareness Training Course when addressing verbal contracts are related to the contractual validity of the requests and instructions by owners, employees and engineers during engineering review meetings like 3D model review and HAZOP. Indeed, claims relating to preferential [...]

1010, 2018

Fitness for Purpose Obligations – How “fit” is your organisation?

October 10th, 2018|

The decision of the supreme court on an offshore wind farm in MT Højgaard v E.On (3 August 2017) has thrown open again the debate on Fitness for Purpose obligations - which has huge relevance not only for lawyers but also for the engineering community who have to take bidding and delivery risks on [...]

1010, 2018

Making Projects Profitable Again: Rethinking the International EPC Model

October 10th, 2018|

The international EPC model is under strain. Wherever projects are located, they are complex, take time and cost money. The traditional EPC way is inherently inefficient and suffers from low productivity. Whereas previously high oil prices helped to mask the impact of project inefficiencies, the crash in oil prices has exposed them. As an [...]