The Oxford Constructing Excellence Club presents:
A Debate - This House beleives that Partnering is Dead !
As you might expect the Committee Meetings of the Oxford Constructing Excellence Club are not at all associated with raised voices or the slamming of tables. Not normally. That said, the subject of the debate did give rise to a robust exchange of views and an unsatisfactory outcome.
Unsatisfactory in that the matter could not be concluded at the Committee Meeting. The protagonists have however agreed to settle the matter by debate and a vote, to determine if the Construction fraternity of Oxford believe that Partnering is in fact dead.
A vote will be taken at the beginning and at the end of the debate and the Chairperson will oversee matters and encourage fair play.
The motion will be proposed by David Evans a Solicitor and Civil and Commercial Mediator with Blake Lapthorrn. John Condor a Solicitor with Morgan Cole will respond. Kevin Minns of Minns Estates and John Youle of Beard will also be on hand to share their opinion. The audience will be encouraged to contribute.
Graham Clarkson of The Clarkson Alliance will Chair the proceedings.
Do you believe Partnering is dead! or do you consider that rumours of its death have been greatly exaggerated.
We have arranged tea and coffee from 17.30, with the debate starting at 18.00hrs and concluding around 19.00 hrs.
The event is free and we look forward to seeing you.
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Oxford Club of Constructing Excellence
The Oxford Club of Constructing Excellence was established in 2000 and our members include clients in the local area, together with designers, consultants, contractors, academics, specialists and suppliers. Our aim is to enable joined up thinking between members of the construction industry and to establish Oxford as a centre of excellence in construction. We will be running events throughout the year to share industry knowledge and best practice and provide networking opportunities. We welcome local companies involvement, and support from local authorities, business and academia.