Webinar: Risk Management of Supply Chain Issues in the Built Environment (Recording Option)

12:00pm Friday, 11 November 2022
Recorded Webinar

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AIQS and ACIF have partnered to deliver a webinar on Risk Management of Supply Chain Issues in the Built Environment

Over the past two years we have experienced extreme volatility including shutdowns due to COVID, cost escalation of labour and materials, lack of supply, and issues with contracts and rapidly fluctuating costs, which have led to both challenges and opportunities in executing construction projects.

How is our industry handling this currently and into the future?

There are lessons learned that we can share to help set expectations and create transparency in the procurement process.

We have brought together experts in their field for this webinar. 

About our panellists:

Teresa Scott
Executive Director
Australasian Procurement and Construction Council (APCC)

Teresa's responsibilities include working with the Council of Chief Executives to set the strategic direction of the APCC and expanding the APCC’s role as Australasia’s leading public sector procurement and construction forum. Teresa also manages the APCC's Construction and Asset Management program, and plays an active role in industry bodies, including the Australasian BIM Advisory Board (ABAB) and the Australian Construction Industry Forum (ACIF).


Andrew Cruckshank
Director Construction Procurement and Social Benefit
Public Works | Department of Regional NSW

As the Director of Construction Procurement and Social Benefit with NSW Public Works, Andrew's responsibilities include:

  • Developing and delivering strategic and technical construction procurement advice across Government.
  • Ongoing management and objectives of the NSW Government’s Construction Category for Procurement, including whole-of-government schemes, Contractor Performance Reporting, Standard Form Construction Contracts, and the Construction Procurement Accreditation and Assurance Program, which guides the investment and delivery approaches of billions of dollars of infrastructure across NSW Government.
  • Managing all procurement and contract management systems, knowledge and procedures at NSW Public Works, via which more than 1,000 projects, worth $4 billion dollars are delivered by 400 engineers and project managers for over 125 clients.

Alex Feng, FAIQS, CQS
Director AF Project Consulting

Alex is an experienced Director with a demonstrated history of working in the construction and property industry. Skilled in Negotiations, Design Management, Project Estimation, Feasibility Studies, and Cost Engineering. Strong professional with a Master of Facilities Management focused in Cost and Benefit Analysis, Whole of Life Assessment from University of Technology, Sydney. Alex is a Fellow and Certified Quantity Surveyor of the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors.



Anthony Duarte
Regional Director - MULTIPLEX

Anthony Duarte’s thorough ‘front end’ knowledge of the design and construction process enables him to develop solutions that align with client key drivers. Anthony has 30 years’ experience in the construction industry, having undertaken roles such as Cost Planning Manager, D&C Manager, Project Director and Head of New Business.
As Regional Director, Anthony takes a special interest in New Business, leading the team through the pre-bid and conversion phases of new opportunities. Throughout each project, Anthony reviews activities and steers the team to ensure every outcome aligns with key client drivers. Anthony takes a leading role when the project enters the Preferred Tenderer or ECI Phase to ensure that, in achieving stated client objectives, the team adds real value to the project



Price:AIQS Members - $40 (incl. GST)
Non-Members - $28 (incl. GST)
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*Please note: Once you have purchased the recording, the link will be made available on the second page of your invoice.

This link will expire on 15.08.2024.

This webinar is in partnership with ACIF


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