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Government's "Reverse-delay" Claim Denied Changes-deductive

Thursday, June 09, 2005 03:00 pm

 
Government's "Reverse-delay" Claim Denied Changes-deductive

The Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals has denied the government's "reverse-delay"claim against a contractor. The government relaxed the contract requirements, but failed to prove a beneficial effect on the schedule's critical path.

The Army Corps of Engineers awarded a contract to Fru-Con Construction Corp. for rehabilitation of a dam on the Ohio River near Gallipolis, West Virginia. The work included extensive painting of the gates.

The contract stated that Fru-Con and its subcontractors could use a set of new maintenance bulkheads while performing [...]

 
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