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"Delay and disruption in the course of construction impacts upon building projects of any scale. Now in its 5th edition Delay and Disruption in Construction Contracts continues to be the pre-eminent guide to these often complex and potentially costly issues and has been cited by the judiciary as a leading textbook in court decisions worldwide, see, for example, Mirant v Ove Arup  EWHC 918 (TCC) at  to  per the late His Honour Judge Toulmin CMG QC. Whilst covering the manner in which delay and disruption should be considered at each stage of a construction project, from inception to completion and beyond, this book includes:An international team of specialist advisory editors, namely Francis Barber (insurance), Steve Briggs (time), Wolfgang Breyer (civil law), Joe Castellano (North America), David-John Gibbs (BIM), Wendy MacLaughlin (Pacific Rim), Chris Miers (dispute boards), Rob Palles-Clark (money), and Keith PickavanceComparative analysis of the law in this field in Australia, Canada, England and Wales, Hong Kong, Ireland, New Zealand, the United States and in civil law jurisdictionsCommentary upon, and comparison of, standard forms from Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, USA and elsewhere, including two major new formsNew chapters on adjudication, dispute boards and the civil law dynamicExtensive coverage of Building Information ModellingNew appendices on the SCL Protocol (Julian Bailey) and the choice of delay analysis methodologies (Nuhu Braimah)Updated case law (to December 2014), linked directly to the principles explained in the text, with over 100 helpful "Illustrations" Bespoke diagrams, which are available for digital download and aid explanation of multi-faceted issues This book addresses delay and disruption in a manner which is practical, useful and academically rigorous. As such, it remains an essential reference for any lawyer, dispute resolver, project manager, architect, engineer, contractor, or academic involved in the construction industry."--Provided by publisher.
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Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; CONTENTS; Dedication; Preface to the first supplement to the fifth edition; Preface to the fifth edition; Acknowledgments to the fifth edition; Editorial team biographies for the first supplement to the fifth edition; Table of acronyms; Table of cases; Table of legislation; Table of contract clauses; Online resources; List of figures; CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION AND TERMINOLOGY; Introduction; CHAPTER 2 THE RISK OF DEVELOPMENT; Introduction; CHAPTER 3 PROJECT PROCUREMENT; Introduction; CHAPTER 4 STANDARD FORM PROVISIONS FOR TIME AND COST; Introduction. CHAPTER 5 NOTICES, CLAIMS AND EARLY WARNINGSIntroduction; CHAPTER 6 EXTENSIONS OF TIME AND TIME AT LARGE; Extensions of time; Introduction; CHAPTER 7 PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING; Introduction; CHAPTER 8 PRESENTATION AND APPROVAL OF PROGRAMMES; Introduction; CHAPTER 9 REVISING, UPDATING, MONITORING AND REPORTING; Introduction; CHAPTER 10 PROJECT CONTROL; Introduction; CHAPTER 11 MITIGATION, RECOVERY AND ACCELERATION; Introduction; CHAPTER 12 VARIATION AND CHANGE; Introduction; CHAPTER 13 CONSTRUCTION RECORDS; Introduction; CHAPTER 14 CAUSE AND EFFECT; Introduction. CHAPTER 15 FORENSIC PROGRAMME ANALYSISIntroduction; CHAPTER 16 FLOAT AND TIME CONTINGENCIES; Introduction; CHAPTER 17 DISRUPTION TO PROGRESS AND LOST PRODUCTIVITY; Introduction; Productivity; Resource-based planning; The importance of records; Conditions causing lost productivity; Staffing; Variations; Recovery and acceleration; Errors and omissions; Partial possession; Adverse weather; Loss of morale; Extended working hours; Reassignment of manpower; Dilution of supervision; Learning curve; Logistics and site restrictions; Ripple; Trade stacking; The analysis of lost productivity. A worked examplePlanned versus actual; Industry productivity norms versus actual; Historic versus actual; Benchmark data versus actual; Actual impacted versus actual unimpacted; The basic approach; Modified measured mile approach; Accounting for the effects of separate events; Judicial consideration of the measured mile approach; Expert opinion; CHAPTER 18 CONCURRENCY, PARALLELISM AND PACING; Introduction; CHAPTER 19 TOTAL TIME, TOTAL LOSS AND GLOBAL CLAIM; Introduction; CHAPTER 20 APPORTIONMENT; Introduction; CHAPTER 21 DAMAGES; Introduction; CHAPTER 22 SETTLEMENTS AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION. IntroductionCHAPTER 23 ADJUDICATION IN THE UNITED KINGDOM; Introduction; CHAPTER 24 DISPUTE BOARDS; Introduction; CHAPTER 25 MANDATORY LAWS IN INTERNATIONAL CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS; Introduction; CHAPTER 26 CONSTRUCTION DELAY INSURANCE; The need for insurance; The material damage policy and its limitations; Delay policies; Delay in start-up insurance; The policy period and the indemnity period; The deductible; Extending the policy; Establishing an indemnity; Establishing delay; Establishing financial loss; Acceleration and increased costs of working (ICOW).
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