Construction Contract Claims, Changes and Dispute Resolution

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ASCE Press, Jan 1, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 272 pages
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Prepare yourself for the pitfalls and opportunities that arise during the process of contract claims and change orders with this practical guide and its straightforward, simple approaches to solving your claims and changes challenges. This thorough and comprehensive update of the highly successful 1977 edition is intended to serve as a handbook for those involved in construction contracting and in the prevention, preparation, management, and resolution of construction claims and change orders. The general guidelines and legal principles provided in this book were shaped by the outcome of federal and heavy construction cases and will be of value to those in the private sector, local governments, and commercial construction as well. 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.

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Although this book is written for construction projects, but the concepts are appplicable to IT projects too. Especially the discussion on handling the claimable and non-claimable delays.

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Paul Levin is a Senior Manager of Barrington Consulting Group.

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