Crossrail International’s Martin Rowark was one of several high profile speakers at a recent British High Commission (BHC) – Building and Construction Authority (BCA) joint industry seminar focused on “Contracting for the Future”, held on 22 March 2019 at Eden Hall, the British High Commissioner’s official residence in Singapore.
Attracting more than 50 representatives from Singapore’s government ministries responsible for defence, education, environment and water resources, finance, national development, and trade and industry, as well as local project managers, cost consultants and quantity surveyors, the half-day seminar centred on collaborative contracting and, in particular, procurement strategies and NEC3 form of contract.
Martin Rowark, Expert Adviser, Procurement, shared insights into the procurement and contracting strategies adopted by Crossrail in delivering the Elizabeth Line, the new railway for London and the South East of England.
With support from the UK Government’s Department for International Trade (DIT), the joint seminar also heard insightful presentations from Mace, Mott MacDonald, and Turner & Townsend.
The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) is an agency under the Ministry of National Development championing the development of “a safe, high quality, sustainable and friendly” built environment for Singapore.
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