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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.
Hi Tamer Your simple question has an encyclopaedia of potential answers attached to it. I will try to give you a simple and short answer. 1. Read your contract which will tell you which of the contracting
Hi Harrison From your description it appears that these are two stand alone contracts - each independent of the other. You therefore have a clear suspension order on Contract A for a considerable period
Hi Sudantha Basic rules of concurrency. 1. Any relevant delay caused by the Employer will always entitle the Contractor to an EoT. 2. The Contractor will only get costs for the period where the Employer's
Hi Sudantha The principles are very simple. 1. If the duration of the delay event is 10 weeks 2. If the delay effect after completion date is 8 weeks Then 8 weeks of site costs are placed within the
Hi Sudantha Interim payments for materials and plant on site is a rolling calculation which eventually resolves itself to zero so any discrepancy in the valuation is self correcting. A contractor would
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