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Mohsen Islam Khan


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I would prefer to address issues related to Construction Contracts Management, Dispute Resolution in Construction, Issues related to FIDIC based Construction Contracts, Construction Project through Public Private Partnership.

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Over Seven (7) Years of Experience in Construction Contracts Management. Rich experience of managing FIDIC based construction contracts. Contract Management and Contract Negotiations for Infrastructure Development on Public Private Partnership Basis.


B.Sc Civil Engineering, M.Sc. Construction Engineering and Management with Specialization in Construction Contracts Management and Dispute Resolution in Construction, Project Management Professional (PMP)

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2016-10-03 Construction Law postgraduate school:

I would request you to explore University of Melburn, Kings College London or Robert Gordon University Scotland. These institutes are quite good. Later two offer LLM in Construction Law which is much stronger

2016-05-20 Retention Money:

Dear Sudantha    Consider a scenario: You have a contract to build a store room for 5000$ at a 35% of work done the client asks you to change the flooring from concrete pavers to ceramic tiles to which

2016-05-20 Retention Money:

Hi Sudantha     Legally speaking "THE CONTRACT PRICE" includes all up to date variations to the contract. Hence why the Limit to Ret Money will apply on the price of initial contract + all the variations

2016-05-18 Query FIDIC:

Hi Sudantha     Answer to part (a) of your question is simple; if you know that it's an oversight then it is ethically and in some cases, legally wrong to demand a revised rate. Also, drawings have priority

2015-12-21 Client issues affecting Contractor:

That is an intriguing question indeed. It all depends on your contractual / legal relationship with the Contractor. If you are also "The Engineer" of the project (IRO FIDIC Red Book 4th Ed) then you may


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