Construction Delays – Do Arbitrators and Courts have a Preference for a Certain Delay Analysis Methodology?

Disruption and delay seems to be of major importance in today’s construction world. Market pressure requires contractors not only to accept projects with insufficient profit margin but often requires them to price incomplete tenders with a lump sum price and complete the projects in the shortest possible period.

For several different reasons this often leads to delays and disruptions caused by either party.

If such disruptions or delays occur, the methodology of analysing it is of major importance.

ICCP Fellow, Thomas Pfeller, Head of Contracts, Claims, and Change Management at SIEMENS Oil and Gas Singapore, has authored a full paper on this subject.

To request a copy, please email your details to with “Arbitrators & Courts” in the subject line.

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