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Construction Claims Monthly Special Report

Pricing Construction Contract Delays: A Case Law Guide to Delay Claims, Cost Calculations, and Contract Clauses (PDCCLPCCD)

Pricing Construction Contract Delays
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Author: Staff of Construction Claims Monthly
Length: 112 Pages

On construction projects, delays are inevitable. But recovering lost time or money is not. That’s why all project parties—whether owner, contractor, or subcontractor—must be prepared to draft contracts that protect their interests as well as understand how to properly calculate various types of delay damages.

After all, a delay damages claim or defense is only as strong as the contract provisions and provable numbers it’s based on. Boost your numbers savvy with this special report, compiled by the staff of Construction Claims Monthly, titled Pricing Construction Contract Delays: A Case Law Guide to Delay Claims, Cost Calculations, and Contract Clauses.

 

Mitigating your damages calculation disputes takes thorough knowledge of:

  • Past precedent and courts’ favored delay cost arguments
  • Delay damages calculation methods, such as the jury verdict calculation, actual cost calculation, and total cost calculation; and
  • Contract clauses that protect or limit delay damages recovery.

Pricing Construction Contract Delays examines all of the above and gives you the information you need to navigate the complexities of pricing construction contract delays.

In this essential guide, you will learn about delay damages from the owner’s, the contractor’s, and the subcontractor’s points of view. Plus, you will understand the crucial characteristics of delay damages types, such as liquidated damages, home office overhead, and equipment costs. The report will delve into the various calculation methods. And you’ll also gain insight into the contract clauses that can help you mitigate future delay damages disputes.

Given the complexities of construction projects these days, pricing—and proving—your delay damages is no easy task. But past disputes and recent court outcomes can teach you a lot about what does and doesn’t work—from the drafting of the contract to demonstrating your costs in court. Armed with the knowledge in this special report, you’ll be better prepared to succeed on your next delay claim or defense. Order today!

 

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