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Jonathan L. Peralta


Questions relating to construction claims, Extension of Time, Variations, Interim Payment and delay analysis under FIDIC Form of Contracts.

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Experience in the following sectors: buildings, residential, infrastructure, civil and marine works. Have worked for different international contractors in Myanmar, Vietnam and the Philippines.


AACEI, U.S.A., Dispute Resolution Board Foundation,U.S.A., ASCE, U.S.A., PICE,Philippines


Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, Registered Civil Engineer in the Philippines

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SASI KIRAN08/29/16Thanks for your valuable reply Jon

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2016-12-28 Claim for idle tools:

Hi Harrison,    You did not mention the form of contract for both contracts. My answer will be general in nature. In addition, I am not also sure if you have two separate contracts for Project A and Project

2016-12-28 Material Claims after Termination of Contract:

Hi Flordeliz Banag,      Depends on what is written in the contract.    You may want to check the entirety of clause 15 and subclause 16.3. of FIDIC red ('99)    If the Client paid for it then he can retain

2016-11-06 Claim for Idle Time:

Hi Frank,    Good morning and thanks for your question.    It is very important to demonstrate the cause and effect in making your claims. If there's a delay to an activity or activities on the critical

2016-10-08 Comments on Idling Claim on Equipment:

Hi Imran,    You did not mention the form of contract you are using, thus my reply would be general.    It is quite difficult to comment on the reply of the Employer without seeing your entire claim submission


Dear Sasi,    You get paid only for works done which follows the requirements as set forth in the contract documents.   BOQ usually does not form part of contract and quantities are considered estimated


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