Dispute Board International Conference and Workshops
23 -24 August 2017, The Werdhapura Village Center
Dispute Resolution Board Foundation
Ministry of Public Works and Housing, Republic of Indonesia
in cooperation with
BADAPSKI (Indonesian Centre of Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution for Construction)
HAKKI (Indonesian Construction Contract Association)
Mercu Buana University
Dispute Boards (DBs) are recognized worldwide for their effectiveness in the real time avoidance and resolution of disputes on major projects. Dispute Boards ensure project success through significant decreases in costs and time overruns.
International experience is that the vast majority of projects with Dispute Boards settle disputes without litigation or arbitration. Realizing the benefit of using Dispute Boards to enhance construction productivity, Indonesia has introduced a new law of construction service, Law No. 02 Year 2017, in which the use of Dispute Boards will be facilitated by the law.
Due to the introduction of this new law, the number of major projects in Indonesia with Dispute Boards will increase significantly. The introduction of Dispute Board procedures and best practices to all construction stakeholders in Indonesia is critical to the success of the implementation of the new construction law.
WORKSHOP: Wednesday, 23 August
The full-day optional workshop will introduce delegates to Dispute Board (DB, DAB, DRB, DAP) best practices and procedures. Experienced tutors will use case studies to involve delegates in considering the process to establish and work with Dispute Boards, as well as looking at the contractual basis for their operation. The session will be presented in alignment with regulations in Indonesia related to alternative dispute resolution, to enhance the effectiveness of Dispute Boards locally.
CONFERENCE Thursday, 24 August
|Introduce DB procedure in accordance with FIDIC general conditions of contract.|
|Explore international projects with Dispute Boards as a model for best practice in project management and dispute avoidance and resolution.|
|Explore the international financing institutionsâ€™ use of Dispute Boards.|
|Examine cost benefit analysis of using Dispute Boards in major projects.|
|Explore the potential of using Dispute Boards in a government procurement to assist with avoidance of corruption.|
|Explore the use of Dispute Boards in a civil law environment.|
|Explore the strategy to increase the number of professionals in Indonesia with the potential to serve as a Dispute Board member.|
WHO WILL BENEFIT
Executives, Managers, Administrators, Attorneys, Mediators, Arbitrators, Project Managers, Contractors, Consultants, Engineers, Architects, Employers, Government Auditor, Lecturer, Researcher and anyone experienced in major construction projects and potential users or members of Dispute Boards in Indonesia and throughout Southeast Asia.
DAY 1: WEDNESDAY August 23, 2017
|9:00 – 16:00||DRBF Administration & Practice Workshop:
Essentials for understanding the successful implementation of a Dispute Board. This workshop is designed for those new to the DB process.
|19:00 – 20:30||Welcome Reception Sponsored by Ministry of Public Works, for speakers, delegates and guests, at the Werdhapura Village Center|
DAY 2: THURSDAY, August 24, 2017
|08:30 – 09:15||Introductory Remarks
Opening / Keynote Speech:
|09:15 – 10:45||Session 1:
Dispute Board as the Choice for Alternative Dispute Resolution
This session focuses on what a DB is, how it compares to other forms of ADR, unique dispute avoidance component, history of DBs worldwide
|10:45 – 11:15||Coffee Break|
|11:14 – 12:45||Session 2:
Dispute Board in Practice
Case study and examples from projects in Asia and around the world
|12:45 – 14:00||Lunch|
|14:00 – 15:30||Session 3:
FIDIC Conditions of Contract and Dispute Boards
|15:30 – 16:00||Coffee Break|
|16:00 – 17:15||Session 4:
Study and Future Development of Dispute Board
Panel discussion about the use of the DB process in Indonesia; challenges and opportunities
|17:15||Close of Conference|
|18:30 – End||Dinner and Cultural Performances
Balinese Traditional Dance
(Kecak Colossal Dance)
|Questions about this conference can be sent to any one of the following organizer|
DRBF Executive Director
|Prof. Sarwono Hardjomuljadi
IndonesiaDRBF Representative for IndonesiaEmail: email@example.comFranz Widjojo
DRBF Conference Coordinator
Dispute Board International Conference Registration Details
|For all registered conference delegates, fees include:
You may also register for the optional Administration & Practice Workshop on Wednesday. To make the most of your trip, plan to attend both the workshop and conference, plus the networking events.
Workshop + Conference Package
Workshop Registration Only
Conference Registration Only
Fees are in US dollars. Make your payment in advance to secure your registration. Use our secure server online to pay by credit card, or by bank transfer upon request.
Werdhapura Resort Hotel
Swiss-BelResort Watu Jimbar
Group code: PUHAM