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NEC and contract strategy expert.
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Jon has been involved in the NEC's development for 20+ years. His contributions are acknowledged in the contracts which includes being lead author of the Professional Services Short Contract.
As well as numerous articles and academic papers on NEC3, he is author of 'NEC3 : A User's Guide' book and co-author of BuiltIntelligence's online NEC3 Academy.
He consults, trains and lectures on an international basis, with a strong preference of helping set up projects up for success, but does also get involved in resoling contractual issues.
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