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Construction Claims - How to Prepare and Avoid Claims
Construction claims are an integral part of most construction projects. Virtually all projects have a claim arise between the contract parties. Therefore, preparing and reviewing claims is a very important and critical task of a competent contract administrator.Read the rest of this article »
Contractor's Extension of Time - FIDIC Red Book 99 - Clause 8
It is inevitable that a Contractor will suffer delays while executing and completing the Works, and more often than not, finish the Works after the Time for Completion.Read the rest of this article »
What Makes a Successful Construction Claim?
A construction claim is simply an assertion of a parties right under contract or law. Claims are very common in construction industry, and claims made by a contractor usually equates to a considerable amounts of money/time.Read the rest of this article »
Common Types of Construction Claims
A claim is simply an assertion of a party's right under the contract or law. In construction, claims are more often about either time or cost, or a combination of both. Some of the common construction claims include:Read the rest of this article »
Delayed Contractor's Payments Under FIDIC Redbook 99
Most contractors will suffer the inevitable event of having their payments delayed, as employers look to hang on to their monies for as long as possible. They may want to benefit from additional interest, or just want to take more value from the contractor against what they pay them.Read the rest of this article »
Typical Sequences and Notices under FIDIC Red Book 99
FIDIC contracts contains lots of sequences and processes to ensure smooth performance of the contractual obligations of all parties of the contract.Read the rest of this article »
Contractor's Entitlement to Additional Time or Cost Under FIDIC Red Book 99
As the FIDIC contracts allocates risks and obligations to the parties, it entitles the contractor to claim an extension of time or additional cost and/or profit for events or situations that aren't attributable to him.Read the rest of this article »