I can answer to claims assesments under FIDIC 4 and under FIDIC red book; I can answer to procedural issues under FIDIC rules; DAB implementation DAB procedures, etc
8 years in consulting companies, road contracts (rehabilitation and new) more than 250 Milion Euro supervision Contracts
It is always a challenge in finding a balance between what you expect and what you achieve. Between two bad things you have to find the best solution.
A good solution it is a solution for progress.The life and experience and an open mind taught peoples to progress. Balance between solutions and opportunities are a way of progress.
Contractor - Employer linked by a Contract. The issues on both sides have to be measured with the same device.
Sometimes the judges forgive the hawks and penalize the small birds.
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