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Liquidated Damages Assessed For Early Phases Liquidated Damages

Tuesday, January 03, 2006 05:03 pm

 
Liquidated Damages Assessed For Early Phases Liquidated Damages

The Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals has ruled that a contract entitled the government to assess liquidated damages for failure to meet deadlines for early phases of a project, not just the final phase.

The Navy awarded a contract to Pete Vicari General Contractor, Inc. for construction of two buildings at a naval air station. The work was to be performed in three successive phases: Phase A for clearing and grubbing, Phase B for construction of the first building and Phase [...]

 
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