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Contractor Fails To Prove Acceleration Acceleration; Schedule

Sunday, November 02, 2003 05:46 pm

 
Contractor Fails To Prove Acceleration Acceleration; Schedule

The Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals has denied a contractor's claim for acceleration costs. The contractor did not notify the contracting officer of alleged excusable delay and the government did not refuse to grant an extension of time.

The Army Corps of Engineers awarded a contract to Commercial Contractors Equipment, Inc. for a flood control project in Halstead, Kansas. The work included channel excavation and the construction of levees. The contract required project completion within 712 calendar days, although time extensions of 398 c [...]

 
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