Dealing with Delay and Disruption on Construction Projects

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Dealing with Delay and Disruption on Construction Projects By Kim Rosenbery

Author Kim Rosenbery, Erin Miller Rankin & Bryan Dayton
Publication Date Aug, 2020
ISBN 9780414070424
Format
Hardcover 
Publisher Sweet & Maxwell


Dealing with Delay and Disruption on Construction Contracts teaches construction attorneys how these issues might influence projects, how to prepare for them, and what to look for when filing claims. This text addresses how the problem is handled with in standard forms (such as FIDIC, JCT, and NEC), as well as a number of comparable jurisdictions, and is led by a team of attorneys with input from relevant specialists.
  • Explains how delays and disruptions may influence construction projects, how to prepare for them, and what to look for when filing claims.
  • Explains how to prepare for delays and disruptions throughout the procurement and drafting stages, as well as how standard form contracts, such as JCT, NEC, and FIDIC, manage these issues.
  • Coverage of both technical and legal topics is combined.
  • Introduces the concepts of delay and disruption, as well as the claim-stacking process, with an emphasis on the extension of time (EOT) and concurrent delay.
  • Provides an overview of delay approaches, as well as quantification concepts and compensation for extension.
  • Covers valuation principles and procedures, as well as acceleration rights.
  • Introduces the concepts of disruption cause and quantification.
  • Disruption approaches of causality and quantification are discussed.
  • Explains how to handle subcontractor claims for delay and interruption, as well as employer claims, including liquidated damages.
  • The usual procedural procedures for progressing delay and disruption claims are described.
  • Covers how to present delay and disruption claims using BIM and 4D animation, as well as the resources required to present a delay or disruption case before arbitration.
  • Describes the concerns that should be taken into account during contract negotiations in order to minimise delays and disruptions.
  • Provides practical project management advice as well as information on project financing delays and disruptions.
  • The report was written by a team lead by Freshfields Dubai and London offices, as well as a number of technical specialists.
  • Also included are comparative legal considerations for 12 significant countries, including the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, the United States, China, and Germany.

TABLE OF CONTENTS of Dealing with Delay and Disruption

  1. Delay – Time - Law
  2. Delay – Time – Technical
  3. Delay – Money – Law
  4. Delay – Money – Technical
  5. Acceleration
  6. Disruption – Law
  7. Disruption – Technical
  8. Subcontract claims
  9. Employer claims
  10. Procedural requirements
  11. Technology
  12. Arbitration
  13. Dispute avoidance
  14. Project management – Technical
  15. Project finance

 

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