News and insights2018-06-26T12:47:19+00:00
409, 2018

Kingsfield Newsletter – September 2018

September 4th, 2018|

It’s the end of what’s been an unusually hot summer across the UK and the rest of Europe. After taking some well-earned rest, I think that many of us then turn our attention to what feels like the start of the new ‘school term’. That period of reflection and pausing for thought before ploughing [...]

2506, 2018

Kingsfield sponsoring ICCPM Roundtable Series

June 25th, 2018|

The International Centre for Complex Project Management (ICCPM) is hosting its 2018 Roundtable Series in Windsor near London and Delft in the Netherlands at the end of June. Kingsfield is delighted to be sponsoring this event for which the topic this year is Project Leadership: The Game Changer in Large Scale Complex Projects. Attendees [...]

706, 2018

The CPSL – What Does the Critical Path Mean to You?

June 7th, 2018|

As fascinating a subject as critical path analysis is, I wonder just how well the concept translates into real significance during the execution of your project, in other words, just how important is the critical path to those assigned with responsibility for the various work packages? I was fascinated then to read an account [...]

2205, 2018

Contractor Compliance with Notification Requirements of Contracts

May 22nd, 2018|

Over the years Kingsfield has been tasked many times to examine and support a contractor’s position towards a client relating to claims made and/or identified changes to a project. The contractor believes, whether a claim or a change, that it has an entitlement to an increase to the contract price and/or an award of [...]

905, 2018

Digital Learning for the International Engineering & Construction Industry – What are the Challenges?

May 9th, 2018|

“We know the future is going to be digital. We also know it’s going to be challenging.” This statement was made by Diana Laurillard, a prominent UK educator, with reference to the field of online learning. But many of us will be able to relate to her words as we consider the rapid progression [...]