Alberta Government Announcement
October 21, 2020
The proposed legislation was tabled in the Alberta Legislature October 21, 2020.
It will be debated during the fall 2020 legislative session.
If the legislation passes, Service Alberta will work with industry experts to develop regulations.
Service Alberta intends to bring the new rules into force during July 2021.
CIQS Prairies NWT Calgary Buildex Workshop -
Lien Reform, Prompt Payment & Adjudication
November 6, 2019
With the Canadian construction industry in the midst of significant change with lien reform, and the introduction of prompt payment and adjudication both provincially and federally, the CIQS PNWT Chapter was pleased to sponsor and host an informative session, regarding changes meant to improve the payment process and provide a more efficient handling of construction disputes during the life of a project.
From Left: Richard Venerus (Founder & Principal of Venerus Advisory Partners), Mr. Matt Ainley (Chair of the General Contractors Alliance of Canada), Mr. Jerry Crawford (President of PNWT Chapter Region) and Sheila Lennon (Executive Director for CIQS National)
The Canadian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (CIQS) and KGC Consulting Services Ltd. are pleased to be Event Sponsors for the 2019 Construction Adjudication Symposium
May 29, 2019 Construction Adjudication Symposium
Lessons Learned & Training Support
The 2019 Construction Adjudication Symposium held on May 29, 2019 in Toronto provided a healthy overview of trends, which have transpired in various foreign markets over the past years and potential fundamental challenges could emerge in some Canadian provincial jurisdictions after 2019.
Owners, Procurement & Financial Departments, Contractors, Sub-Contractors, Vendors, Designers, and Engineers operating in the Industrial, Commercial, and Institutional Building Industries, including the Energy and Transportation Sectors will all be forced to comply with the "Prompt Payment & Adjudication" provisions of the new legislation being adopted by Ontario, Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan.
KGC can provide orientation and awareness sessions regarding this new legislation in the form of a 60 or 90-minute Lunch & Learn. KGC can also provide construction industry stakeholders with training in the effective administration of Project Control and Project Scheduling, combined with enhanced processes for Project and Commercial Management.
Multiple Presenters provided their input on how these changes will affect not only Ontario but other provinces.
Attendees at the 2019 Construction Adjudication Symposium