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Jun, 19

When executing a long & complex construction project of high value, it is not always possible to foresee & plan for every eventuality. More or less, it is expected to have claims and disputes in the duration of the project. Construction claims and disputes are unique because of intertwined underlying causes, different personality factors, conflicting interest and associated legal ramifications. To safeguard one’s commercial interest in the project, it is imperative to manage the constructions

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Jun, 19

Unprofessionally prepared & presented Construction Claims are infamous for consuming unnecessary time, money and efforts, all of which could have been utilized in the constructive progression of the project instead. It is often seen that a claim presented in a tidy and professional manner will often result in a better settlement than an unprofessional one. The claim should be presented with sufficient details and back ups including the contractual basis, calculations and evidences in order

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Sep, 17

The schedule baseline is a tool to represent the contractor’s plan to execute its work at the onset of the project. It is the representation of contractor’s means and methods, sequencing and logics, manpower and equipment to support its plan to complete the project. Most contracts require the contractor to prepare and submit its schedule baseline in the first few days of project award for the owner’s review and approval. A contract compliant and technically sound

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Aug, 17

In construction projects, productivity is the amount or unit of work completed from a certain amount of time and/or dollar. The profit at the end of project would largely depend upon how productive the contractor was during the project.   At the time of bidding, the contractors presume certain productivity influencing factors such as weather conditions, skilled labour availability, submittal review & approval timelines and the adequacy of bid plans and specifications etc. To land

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