ASG Conference 2018 


Venue: Devonport House, King William Walk, London. SE10 9JW

Set in the imposing Devonport House in Greenwich, we will feature the new FAC-1 Framework Alliance Contract and the TAC-1 Term Alliance Contract both already delivering impressive results. FAC-1 is the only standard form framework alliance contract available in the market and its flexibility means it can be used with any contract form across all sectors.
This Conference builds on recommendations in the Government Construction Sector Deal, the Hackitt Report, Procuring for Value and the P13 Blueprint, and ill illustrate how using the right contracts can make collaboration work better
Keynote speakers Samantha Ulyatt and Kevin Murray from Crown Commercial Service will explain how they are using to deliver a new generation of consultant and contractor framework alliances
Workshops will analyse the improved value, efficiencies and challenges arising under and on collaborative programmes such as the Kier/Surrey highways alliance, and through the off-site manufacturing strategies developed by LHC, the Football Foundation and the Construction Leadership Council. We will compare multi-party working under PPC2000 and under the new NEC4 Alliance Contract, and we will be entertained and inspired by marathon runner Tom Boother.

Two Free Places for each Local and Central Government organisation and £95 per delegate. Register via:


FAC-1 Masterclass 

King’s College London

Saturday 6th October 2018

10 am to 3.30 pm

Led by Professor David Mosey, Centre of Construction Law, King’s College London

  1. Efficiency, improved value and collaborative working under the FAC-1 Framework Alliance Contract and the TAC-1 Term Alliance Contract (David Mosey):
  • Objectives, success measures and targets
  • Costs and incentives
  • Supply chain collaboration and other alliance activities
  • The alliance manager and core group
  1. How to use FAC-1 and TAC-1 in compliance with public procurement regulations (Rebecca Rees, Trowers & Hamlins):
  • Selection by direct award and mini-competition
  • Completing the price framework
  • Call-off under JCT, NEC, PPC and FIDIC
  • Orders and mobilisation
  1. Procuring through FAC-1 for education and housing (John Skivington, LHC) – case study
  2. Using FAC-1 to integrate contributions to BIM (Sara Valaguzza and Eduardo Parisi)- case study
  3. Using FAC-1 to integrate major infrastructure projects (Adrianna Spassova) – case study
  4. Techniques that bring FAC-1 and TAC-1 to life (David Mosey):
  • Building long-term relationships
  • Integrating capital and operational works
  • Learning from project to project
  • Managing risks and avoiding disputes
  1. Questions and answers

Course fee £250 including copies of FAC-1 and TAC-1

Bookings via mailto://

This conference will be important to construction and repairs/maintenance clients, contractors, architects, engineers, project managers,
partnering advisers, partnering consultants, including RSLs and other affordable housing providers – especially if using or considering
PPC2000, SPC2000 or TPC2005.
Places are limited and early booking is recommended. All PPC/TPC User Group members are invited and will be given priority when

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