© 2016 – Informa Law from Routledge
1,168 pages | 12 B/W Illus.
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:
"Whatever your experience, expertise and specialism, Delay and Disruption in Construction Contracts is an authoritative reference resource for all construction law practitioners. It not only provides comprehensive coverage of all aspects of its title subject, but also covers the historical background, compares some 97 different standard form contracts, and discusses case law from a variety of jurisdictions."
Pam Allardice, The Law Society Gazette, June 2016
"The book remains the standard point of reference for construction professionals and legal practitioners when any of the issues which it deals with arise."
John Delaney, Associate Director at HKA, March 2016
1. Introduction and Terminology 2. Risk of Development 3. Project Procurement 4. Standard Form Provisions for Time and Cost 5. Notices, Claims and Early Warnings 6. Extensions of Time and Time at Large 7. Planning and Programming 8. Presentation and Approval of Programmes 9. Monitoring, Updating, and Amending Programmes 10. Change Management 11. Mitigation and Acceleration 12. Variation and Change 13. Getting at the Facts of Delay 14. The Analysis of Cause and Effect 15. Forensic Programme Analysis 16. Float and Time Contingencies 17. Concurrency, Parallelism and Pacing 18. Disruption to Progress and Lost Productivity 19. Damages 20. Global and Total Loss Claims 21. Apportionment 22. Settlements and Dispute Resolution 23. Adjudication 24. Dispute Boards 25. Mandatory Laws in International Construction Contracts Appendices
This series provides detailed and practical guidance to the legal framework of the construction industry. Whether explaining contract forms, advising on procedure, or guiding through disputes, highly experienced lawyers share their insights in order to help readers with the key aspects of any construction project. Engineers, architects, project managers, academics and lawyers in this field will all find these books a great help with issues that they face on a daily basis.