Most construction projects have changes, variations and delays. Due to insufficient knowledge contractors often don’t claim their time and costs resulting from these events, or, their claims end in protracted and expensive legal battles.
This easy to read book demystifies the claims processes ensuring entitlements are claimed. Learn when you can claim, how to make claims compelling, and the supporting documentation required to win. Your eyes will be opened to numerous events, costs and impacts. Knowing some of these tips could dramatically improve profits and avoid time consuming acrimonious disputes.
Also included is advice for contractors to avoid and defend claims from employers and subcontractors.
Ensure you’re granted the time and costs you are entitled to by submitting winning claims.
About the Author
Paul Netscher packs his construction books with practical knowledge and experience gained over 28 years, on 120 construction projects in 6 countries. He managed his own projects and served in senior management positions with various construction companies. Few have been as fortunate as Paul to be involved in such a wide range of construction projects including reservoirs, dams, water treatment plants, roads, bridges, houses, shopping malls, office blocks and industrial, mining and petrochemical facilities. Paul Netscher's books 'Successful Construction Project Management: The Practical Guide' and 'Building a Successful Construction Company: The Practical Guide' and 'Construction Claims: A Short Guide for Contractors' have received excellent reviews and have been appreciated by students, those new to the construction industry as well as seasoned construction professionals. His books have been quoted in research papers. Paul recently published 'Construction Project Management: Tips and Insights' which contains many of Paul's blogs and articles which have been enjoyed and shared by thousands. 'Construction Management: From Project Concept to Completion' is Paul's latest book. This book takes the reader from project concept, deciding what to construct and when, through team selection, investigations, contractor selection, preliminary works, construction, commissioning and completion, with chapters on financial, programme and contractual aspects. An essential book for every project owner and project manager. Paul Netscher publishes regular articles which are keenly read by his followers. He also runs construction management workshops, lectures and mentors individuals and companies. Visit: www.pn-projectmanagement.com for more construction articles and information.