Construction Claims: Prevention and Resolution

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Springer Science & Business Media, Sep 30, 1992 - Technology & Engineering - 321 pages
Construction Claims is an important resource professionals can turn to when looking for information on how to avoid, negociate, prosecute, document, and defend construction claims. Written for the contractor rather than the attorney, this book includes information on program management, turnkey contracting, mini-trials, and environmental issues such as hazardous materials. Special features of this book include standard contract forms, case histories, sample forms, and charts that address any contract situation.

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Contents

The Contract
3
2 Red Flag Clauses
18
3 Differing Site ConditionsChanged Conditions
28
4 Changes
33
5 Delays
52
6 Contractors Costs of Delays
80
7 Owners Damages for Delays
120
8 Bonding
124
Prosecuting and Defending Claims
139
9 Documentation and Record Keeping
141
10 Claims Presentation
169
11 Formal Dispute Resolution
182
Prevention and Resolution
203
Index
313
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