Posts Tagged ‘delay’

Managing the risk of delay in projects

Following on from the article on delay analysis in last month’s edition of Gulf Construction, ADAM WEBSTER explains how to manage the risk of delay through proper contractual and practical management in the region’s fast-track construction industry. (Read more..)

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Time to take on delays

Time to take on delays

by Mohammed Elweshahy of Hill International tackles the issue of project delays and attempts to find some workable solutions. (Read more..)

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Who owns the float period?

by Chris Larkin

Delay analysis has for some time been a hot topic in construction law around the world. (Read more..)

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How to prepare for those claims

by Michelle Nelson
 
As we come into 2007, a large number of projects are nearing completion and it seems that many contractors are starting to think about how well or badly they will have done when the money is balanced in the final account. (Read more..)

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Constructive acceleration demands clear intentions

by Chris Larkin
The construction industry in this region is arguably the most dynamic in the world. The scale of projects and the speed at which they progress makes working in this sector both exciting and challenging, but it does have its problems. (Read more..)

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Submit that notice to avoid missing out on entitlement

by Chris Larkin
 
Many construction contracts require the contractor to give notice to the employer if it wishes to claim additional costs or extensions of time. (Read more..)

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The lesson: keep detailed records

The lesson: keep detailed records
by Steven Hunt
 
Steven Hunt, senior legal counsel, Nakheel, stresses the need for contractors to maintain up-to-date site records to back up claims. (Read more..)

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Extension of time claims

Extension of time claims
by Jeffrey Badman
 
In my experience, extension of time claims are unsuccessful because the contractor fails to adequately demonstrate its case through its submission of detailed particulars.
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Two articles about delay analysis techniques

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To accelerate or not? That is the contractor’s question

by Michelle Nelson-Construction Week

The issue of whether delay to a project can be reduced or even eliminated altogether by taking accelerative measures and if so, who should bear the cost, is becoming more common here in Dubai. In this article, I will consider the question of acceleration and liability for acceleration costs from a contractual and legal perspective. (Read more..)

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