26 September 201918:00 - 20:30
Arundell Arms Hotel, Lifton
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Ian Wright will present a brief overview of certain matters, which may arise in day-to-day practice during the design process, in respect of which the structural engineer needs to be alert in order to recognise how risks of incurring legal liability may arise and be addressed.
The talk will include consideration of terms of appointment and the incorporation of express terms or terms that may be implied at common law or by legislation in the appointment; design obligations and the standard to be achieved (reasonable skill and care or a higher standard); the requirement to verify design assumptions; design interfaces; reviewing designs undertaken by others; and dealing with changes to the brief and record keeping.
Ian Wright is a Barrister at Crown Office Chambers, London, specialising in construction, engineering and other technical matters; and claims involving construction professionals. He accepts appointments as an arbitrator, adjudicator, expert in expert determinations and mediator.
Ian is also a Chartered Structural and Civil Engineer and a Member of the Institution. He was awarded the Institution's Murray Buxton Diploma for his paper Risk and Liability for the Structural Engineer: A Legal Perspective and has received the Lewis Kent Award. He was Legal Adviser to the Professional Conduct Committee of the Institution for 18 years and is also a former Member of Council.
Parking space is available.
Finger buffet will be provided at 18:00.
Please email David Bray to register.
Email - [email protected]
Name - David Bray