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Completion Schedule Did Not Warrant Site Access Schedule; Site Access

Friday, May 02, 2003 02:48 pm

 
Completion Schedule Did Not Warrant Site Access Schedule; Site Access

The U.S. Court of Federal Claims has ruled that a government-mandated completion schedule did not warrant unrestricted access to the site during that period. But any restrictions had to be consistent with the government's implied duty to cooperate and not hinder performance.

The U.S. Forest Service awarded a contract to Ryco Construction, Inc. for road repair in the Los Padres National Forest, California. The work included stream crossings and embankment reinforcement. The contract required completion within 168 calendar days of issuance of notice to proceed. But a note on the contract drawings [...]

 
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