This course is designed to provide practical guidance to those involved in the management or administration of projects where use of FIDIC forms of contracts is required. The course covers management disciplines and procedures in the “Pre-Contract” phase of the project including the FIDIC Client Consultant Service Agreement and selection of the appropriate FIDIC form of contract. It also covers the “Post Contract” award phase, including all contract management disciplines and claim management issues.
This practical course explains and illustrates the use of the FIDIC conditions of contract for construction (the “Construction Contract”) and the FIDIC conditions of contract for plant and design-build (the “Design-Build Contract”). The course covers the 1999 Contracts books with highlights regarding the 2017 Second Editions.
The course will enable participants to gain confidence in working with these documents, whether they represent employers, consultants or contractors.
This course is highly interactive and includes group discussions, case studies and syndicate work. It also includes practical exercises that enable all participants to apply the advanced knowledge they gained and demonstrate their skills in managing FIDIC Contracts.
This course provides the necessary knowledge for professionals from government entities, private sector employers, consulting engineers, contractors, quantity surveyors, architects, legal advisers, funding agencies, insurers, and all professionals involved with FIDIC contracts.
In addition to receiving Meirc Certificates of Attendance, each participant will earn a FIDIC-accredited certificate indicating completion of the FIDIC module.
Mr. Husni Madi is a FIDIC International Accredited Trainer. He is one of only 4 FIDIC International Accredited Trainers in the Middle East, and one of only 33 worldwide.
With over 20 years of experience as a Civil Engineer in large-scale construction projects in the Middle East, his experience includes a strong and diversified engineering background in planning, contract administration, estimation, office work, site work, and project management either through PMP and PMI-SP, or hands-on experience.
As a trainer and practitioner, Husni possesses solid and profound knowledge in FIDIC 1987 Contracts and the FIDIC 1999 Suite. He was appointed as Chairman of FIDIC’s Task Group 15, working under the Contracts Committee, to establish “FIDIC’s Golden Principles” as part of the FIDIC 1999 Suite update (Second Edition) and as a Friendly Reviewer of the Red, Yellow, and Silver 2017 2nd Editions. Husni also has a vast experience in alternative dispute resolution techniques gained by acting as an advisor in multimillion dollar local and international arbitrations, providing procedural, delay analysis, and contractual consultancies during such proceedings.
His experience covers various sectors including power plants, wastewater treatment plants, potable water reservoirs, infrastructure, marine ports, highways, and multi-use buildings in several countries, including Jordan, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, and Lebanon. Furthermore, Husni is an accredited Professional in Scheduling (PMI-SP) and Project Management (PMP) by the Project Management Institute (PMI), in addition to being a FIDIC Affiliate Member.
Husni has successfully delivered numerous FIDIC training courses throughout the Middle East and for Meirc Training & Consulting. He is a frequent speaker at numerous international arbitration and FIDIC conferences. He is continuously contracted by FIDIC itself to deliver trainings on behalf of the organization. He is also currently the CEO of a construction management consultancy firm providing contract solutions for the construction industry.