Say farewell to the old year with SOCLA’s special Sydney XMAS networking event!
How is the appropriate form of contract and the strategy for an appropriate procurement approach determined? Rightly so, there is a lot of focus and discussion on the various Forms of Contract that are currently in use to address the risks and issues on current and emerging projects.
Commencing way ahead of contract drafting is the significant and critical task of getting the procurement and delivery strategy well-considered and developed to ensure the approach to procurement achieves effective risk allocation, mitigation and opportunity ownership; timeframes and budget constraints; appropriate stakeholder engagement; effective opportunities that allow industry to respond and deliver value in the current environment; and the achievement of the desired project outcomes.
This session will start off with a brief presentation by Kay Salvair Smith on the development of procurement and delivery strategy, giving insights into ways to approach and facilitate the development of well-considered strategy and the important issues to consider prior to settling on the Form(s) of Contract.
This event will conclude with special networking drinks. Limited numbers so register early to avoid missing the fun.
Kay is Managing Director of Fusion Advisory, advisor to the Board of Investructure, and a recent former Partner of MinterEllison. As an Independent advisor and experienced executive within ASX50, Government and LSE listed sectors, Kay is recognised as one of Australia’s leading major infrastructure procurement and commercial practitioners. She brings extensive expertise as an advisor, strategist, developer and manager of large infrastructure assets and services, particularly in transport, technology, telecommunications, and property.
Kay has extensive experience in complex and sensitive commercial and stakeholder environments, complex transformation projects, infrastructure supporting critical services, project boards and assurance gateways, and is skilled at aligning government and private sector interests to drive exceptional outcomes. Kay is currently Deputy Chair of the Roads Australia Capacity Committee and Policy Stream, a member of the Roads Australia Diversity and Inclusion Committee, a Fellows Mentor, and ambassador for SPS Leaders Alliance.
This event is hosted by TBH
Level 12, 15 Blue Street, North Sydney NSW 2060
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