Preparing Construction Claims

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<p><b>Provides tools and techniques required to research and prepare a contractual construction claim</b></p> <p>This book guides readers through the techniques and approach for properly preparing a construction contract claim and seeing it through. It teaches them how to gather all the facts in order to present arguments concisely, clearly, and forcefully. It focuses on the practical issues of how to research and present a contract claim—whether it be for additional time, prolongation costs, disruption, or revised rates and prices for work due to some changed circumstance affecting construction.</p> <p>Aimed at those who need to prepare a claim, but just as helpful to those defending one, <i>Preparing Construction Claims</i> offers chapter coverage on everything about planning and programming—the methods for assessing them, as well as regular and computerized techniques. The book covers time chainage/line of balance; bar charts, common sense evaluation techniques; and relevant clauses that all contracts contain. Readers will learn about standard forms and common deviations and modifications made by employers. They’ll also be taught how to establish the entitlement to make a claim from the contract and then shown what to do next. In addition, the book teaches them what to do when their records are insufficient; how to resolve a dispute; and much more.</p> <ul> <li>A clear and comprehensive, step-by-step guidebook for researching and preparing contractual construction claims</li> <li>Includes worked examples of certain types of claims to help readers comprehend the process</li> <li>Beneficial to both sides of a claim—teaching each how they should approach one</li> </ul> <p><i>Preparing Construction Claims</i> is an essential “how to” manual for contractors, subcontractors, and consultants worldwide dealing with all manner of construction disputes and claims preparation.</p> <p><a name=”101_Dedication”></a></p>

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