Paul Blundy led the workshop "Drafting and Negotiating Precise P3 Contracts" at the 4th annual Managing Risk in Constructions Contracts & Projects conference presented by the Canadian Institute.
Public-private partnerships are increasingly popular models for delivering construction and infrastructure projects across Canada. Prepare your organization for collaborating across the public-private divide by joining us for this in-depth workshop to ensure that your contracts are meeting the unique needs of P3 projects.
- Identifying your preferred contractual model
- Honestly defining project scope from the get-go to prevent cost overruns and disputes
- Defining and negotiating risk equitably across stakeholders – ensuring that one party doesn’t feel that they’re taking on a disproportionate amount of risk
- Limiting and excluding liability – are you undermining your project performance by being too strict?
- Contractual intent – communicating across private and public stakeholders to ensure that intent is clear and documented effectively
- Balancing the commercial and public expectations of a living P3 contract