Claims and Counter Claims

From 09 Till 13 Oct. 2022
Specialization: Legal

Who Should Attend?

  • This training program is suitable for levels of experience 
  • Contractors, Sub-Contractors, Architects, Quantity Surveyors, Civil Engineers, Financiers, Lawyers, Legal Advisors, Project Managers, Design Consultants, Loss Adjusters, Registered Arbitrators and Insurance Consultants
  • Senior Management, Project Management, Construction Managers, Site Engineers, S Project Control Engineers, Financials, Contract Engineers, Planning and Cost Control Engineers


  • Provide practical guidance on running a claim from the moment the client comes through the door to enforcing a judgment
  • provide Effective management and administration of contracts results in reducing risks, maximizing cost savings, minimizing claims, and improving economic return
  • Use a variety of strategies to effectively identify and rebut counterclaims
  • Analyze dispute causes and their impact on time and cost
  • Address claims for unforeseen conditions at the start of the job
  • Evaluate claims related to project scheduling and assess claims for variations
  • Counterclaim against the contractor
  • Resolve claims

Places you have to visit after your training program in Kuwait

Kuwait Towers

Kuwait Towers have stood as the undisputed national symbol and one of the most recognizable landmarks in Kuwait.They Have become an integral element of the Kuwait City skyline, occupying a focal position on the Sea Front along the Arabian Gulf Road.

Al Shaheed Park

Al Shaheed park, located on the periphery of Kuwait city, Itconsists of 200,000 m2 of greenery, featuring beautiful botanical gardens, two museums - Thekra & the Habitat, a visitor center, a lake, walkways and jogging tracks, making it the largest urban park in Kuwait.

Kuwait National Museum

Designed by the French architect Michel Ecochard, visitors can enjoy this historical museum, which represent the Kuwaiti life in the past, their everyday activities, the rich trading history of Kuwait and its traditions