This book provides the construction professional with an analysis of how construction projects become delayed, the practical measures which can be taken to avoid such delays, and how the parties can protect their positions in the face of delays. It goes on to look at the requirements for producing a successful claim. It provides a straightforward guide to the legal issues, and also considers how the effects of delays can most practically be addressed.
The Second Edition takes account of new case law since 1999, and has new sections on adjudication, risk allocations and the Society of Construction Law Delay Protocol.
Very well received when it was first published, the book is aimed particularly at contractors, project managers and senior surveyors, but will also be of interest to construction lawyers.
Paul Jensen, Arbitration
This book is splendid stuff go and buy Carnell s book. Tony Bingham, Building
The author makes effective use of his excellent knowledge and experience in the field [and] provides a very clear insight into the practical requirements of delay claims. Civil Engineering Surveyor
′A useful addition to the corporate library′ – Building Engineer
′the author summarises delay analysis techniques in sufficient detail as to be comprehensible but also useful, without losing sight of the case law background which affects this crucial area of practice.′ Construction Law, October 2005