The most crucial factors to implementing success or failure are commitment to change, prioritisation, and sufficient capability. With our experience of supporting some of the UK’s biggest capex projects, including Crossrail, London Underground, Gatwick and Heathrow, we successfully implement clients plans by doing the right things at the right time.
Whether NEC3, LOHAC or Procure21+, we help translate a business case into the right contract strategy.
All projects are a sequence of unique problems that need to be solved. We produce tailored NEC3 conditions that ensure the contract is appropriate to solve these problems in a predictable and appropriate way.
We deliver training on behalf of Thomas Telford/ICE Training (the owners of NEC3), from one day introductory sessions to four day Project Manager and Service Manager Accreditations. We also offer bespoke training and workshop sessions to fill gaps and refresh current understanding.
Whether acting as Lead Contract Administrators for Crossrail or as NEC3 accredited Project Managers, we have the expertise to drive a programme of work.
Kieran specialises in supporting leadership teams in the successful implementation of the NEC3 contract, whether in organisations new to the NEC3 contract, or for organisations applying NEC3 to new categories of expenditure. He has supported clients as diverse as the Corporation of London, PWN Technologies, NHS Property Services, the Atomic Weapons Establishment, the Parliamentary Estates Directorate and the Dublin Port Authority. Having recently completed a commission as Lead Contract Administrator for Crossrail, Kieran is now Procurement Leader for the London Legacy Development Corporation.
As a graduate and post-graduate of Kings College London School of Law, Kieran also holds an MSc in Construction Law and a Masters in Business Administration.
He regularly lectures for Kingston University’s MSc Construction Management programme and has delivered in-house NEC3 training to over 100 organisations in the UK and Europe.
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