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Minimizing Construction Disputes

As published in Construction Business Magazine September/October 2019.

It seems inevitable that construction projects come with delays and disputes, which are disruptive to the efficient progression of the project, and costly to all parties.

In any well-functioning relationship, it is important for the participants to be aware of the interests and incentives of the other parties to the relationship.  In a construction project, the owner seeks value for money, and a project that is on-time and on-budget.  The contractor wants to run its operations efficiently, make a profit, and obtain a good reference for future work.  In order to obtain these objectives, it is in the interests of all parties to minimize disputes during a construction project.

In this article, I will identify some of the common causes of delays and disputes, and provide some tips about the tools and strategies available to secure the effective delivery of a construction project…


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