Anything related to extensions of time and delay analysis.
45 years in the Construction Industry 15 Years as a consultant delay analyst - I now hold myself to be expert in this field.
Society of Construction Law Adjudication Society ex Planning Engineers Organisation
6 articles on the relevance of the India Contract Act 1872 and its relevance to modern construction in India. Waiting Publication
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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.
|Shantha||09/07/16||10||10||10||THank you very much for your quick .....|
Hi Sudantha The following link explains the problems associated with the Hudson formula. http://www.ciarb.org/branches/great-britain/south-east/news-and-views/2008/may/o
Hi Sudantha The contract sum is set down at the start of the contract and can be varied by the content of the contract terms. The way the formula works is that the bigger the contract sum the bigger
Hi Moataz Your 5 points are valid but you need to consider the following. The Contractor builds to the drawings and specification not the BOQ. The quantities in the BoQ in a fixed price lump sum are
Hi Sudantha There is no point in commenting on variations in different construction contracts. You have work within the agreed text. The root cause of the matter falls within the universally accepted
Hi Arsad So you have determined and awarded a 45 (calendar?) days EOT due to extra piling work. At the same time the contractor was fully engaged on other sections of the work which was presumably sub
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