Published February 1993
by Stipes Pub Llc .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
This book seeks to merge principles of construction law with practical advice to aid those involved in the construction claims process. Contractors, engineers, owners, and construction managers will all find this book to be a useful guide, reference, and training manual. The definitive source on construction delays has just gotten better! The recently published third edition of Construction Delays includes an expanded discussion on the strengths and weaknesses of all forensic schedule delay analysis methods and includes new chapters, including an entire chapter on reviewing and approving CPM schedule submissions on active construction projects. Construction claims have a language and procedures of their own. A party to a construction dispute must elect between inconsistent claims, defences, and remedies. An uninformed choice or failure to pursue a particular remedy or a particular defence can be a costly mistake. The aim of this book is to explain the choices which are available. The book covers differences between . The book discusses the different types of claim common to construction contracts and presents a step-by-step guide which demonstrates the process of building up the submission of a claim. It includes guidelines as to how to set out the claim, section by section in a logical manner to ensure that the essentials of a successful claim are included.
Andy is the author of the internationally acclaimed book Construction Claims & Responses: effective writing & presentation released in and is also the author of The FIDIC Contracts: Obligations of the Parties released in May In this book I look at reasons for lodging construction variation claims, project delay claims and disruption claims, the supporting documentation required to substantiate the claim, extension of time claims, what to include in the claim, negotiating the claim, and . If a contractor can identify changes in law or regulations arising as a result of COVID which have impacted the work, it may be able to claim additional cost under, for example, Clause of the FIDIC Silver Book 3 or Clause of the FIDIC Emerald Book 4, which provides. Everyone involved in the preparation or review of construction claims should have this book to hand. The book examines the different types of claim common to construction contracts and presents a step-by-step guide to demonstrate the process of building up the submission of a claim and covers: * Various types of claim.5/5(1).
A practical, step-by-step guide on how to prepare and respond to construction claims. Everyone involved in the preparation or review of construction claims should have this book to hand. The book examines the different types of claim common to construction contracts and presents a step-by-step guide to demonstrate the process of building up a. REVIEWS. Reviews of previous editions: Philip Davenport is one of Australia’s most experienced construction lawyers. In the second edition of this book, he shares the benefit of that experience by way of insights and advice on the myriad issues which construction participants might encounter in framing or defending claims arising in relation to construction work. CONSTRUCTION CLAIMS, FIDIC CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION, DELAY ANALYSIS (PRIMAVERA P6, MICROSOFT PROJECT, ASTA POWERPROJECT, CCMS) Specialised Online Master Courses By – An Internationally Renowned Consultant With ca. 25 Years of Experience. Holds Dual Qualifications In Engineering & Law. This book is very concise and has been designed to give busy construction/real estate professionals (including lawyers operating in the construction industry) exactly what the title suggests – a quick reference guide to construction claims.