About this Event
The new building safety regime introduced in England by the Building Safety Act 2022 represents a seismic change to the way that the Built Environment sector approaches the design, construction and management of residential buildings. Join us for an in-depth yet practical review of the provisions of the Building Safety Act 2022, including the new gateway regime regulating the design and construction of high-risk residential buildings, the golden thread of information and the new rights of action / routes of redress available to building owners / leaseholders, in order to understand the implications of the Building Safety Act and how this is likely to affect you and your business.
This is a must attend event for contractors, project managers, and design consultants to understand their obligations and liabilities for past and future projects caught by the Building Safety Act 2022.
Members gain 3 CIOB CPD points when you reflect ethical aspects of your learning from this activity.
0830 - Registration, Breakfast Networking
0915 - Seminar
1100 - Finish
Tom is a Director in Burges Salmon’s Construction and Engineering Team. Tom advises a wide range of public and private sector clients on issues relating to construction and engineering projects and PFI agreements and has particular experience in advising on fire safety issues. Tom specialises in advising on dispute avoidance and, where a dispute is unavoidable, on the resolution of that dispute – whether by way of negotiation, mediation, adjudication, arbitration or litigation. Prior to qualifying as a solicitor, Tom trained and worked as an architect and has an excellent insight into the specific issues and challenges faced by clients operating within the construction sector.
Trevor is a barrister, chartered construction manager, chartered quantity surveyor, accredited mediator, and panel adjudicator. He has been in the construction industry for 40 years, having worked for both contractors, consultancies, and barristers’ chambers.
Trevor specialises in construction law and practises from 12 Old Square Chambers in London’s Lincoln’s Inn. He is also Managing Director of Bristol based Morecraft Drury, a consultancy which he established and has run for over 18 years providing procurement, commercial management, project management, expert witness, adjudication, and construction dispute resolution services.
Trevor has also advised on collaborative working, supply chain management, partnering arrangements and has project managed or aided in the recovery of distressed projects.
Prior to establishing Morecraft Drury, Trevor was an Executive Director of an international construction consultancy and branch manager of its Cambridge and London offices. Project experience is wide and varied both in the UK and internationally, covering residential, office, industrial, manufacturing, municipal, defence, leisure, retail, hotel, education, sports stadia, the London Olympics, road, rail and airport, chemical, power, and energy projects.
How to find the Venue
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Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Burges Salmon, One Glass Wharf, Bristol, United Kingdom
GBP 5.00 to GBP 15.00