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45 years in the Construction Industry 15 Years as a consultant delay analyst - I now hold myself to be expert in this field.
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Currently employed in India by Punj Lloyd as expert delay analyst. Engaged in ongoing arbitrations and EoT claims. Prior an Indepenent consultant in delay analysis.
|Azam||02/04/17||10||10||10||thanks Mike, this was very useful indeed .....|
|Hamza||01/25/17||10||10||10||Thank you Mike, for your clear and .....|
Hi Kenji The answer to your question is in two parts. For a contractor to perform an obligation under the contract then: 1. The obligation has to be set down in the agreement. 2. There has to be a
Hi Rohana This seems to be a typical concurrency argument. The simple rules are: 1. If the contractor causes delay then the sub-contractor is awarded an EoT. 2. If the sub-contractor causes delay he
Hi Sudantha Instead of using me to provide you with simple answers I suggest that you do your own research into FIDIC to find what sanctions the Employer has in the case of the Contractor's breach of
Hi Sudantha If the Contractor is in breach of his obligations under the contract then the employer has payment withdrawal as his first remedy and cancellation as a final resort. Best regards Mike Testro
Hi Azam First establish your EoT claim under 8.4 which will give you a new completion date. Then the Engineer will have no grounds to request acceleration under 8.6. His grounds to instruct acceleration
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