Below is the list of selected Project Controls literature in paperback verions suggested by our members. If any member wish to add a document here, please contact us and we will post the same after being reveiwed by our team members.
By Smith, Currie and Hancock's It serves to provide real meaning to many of the proactive approaches to the avoidance of litigation and minimizing known and unknown risk arising from disputes as espoused in the above mentioned reference books.
8th Edition by Allen M. Jones, Esq Wickwire, Thomas J. Driscoll Excellent material to under the construction scheduling and as well as preparing for claims and associated liabilities.
By Stephen Lowsley Over the years delays on construction projects has prompted a steady flow of reports, academic analyses and court cases, but these have provided very little straightforward practical advice to construction professionals on how to evaluate delays.
T Trauner Practical, hands-on-guide to the prevention of construction delays and damages.
By P. John Keane The most significant unanticipated costs on many construction projects are the financial impacts associated with delay and disruption to the works. Assessing these, and establishing a causal link from each delay event to its effect.
Roger Gibson This book provides guidance on delay analysis, particularly in relation to extension of time submissions. It gives readers the information and practical details to be considered in formulating and resolving extension of time submissions and time-related prolongation claims.
By Brian Eggleston Liquidated damages and extensions of time are complex subjects, frequently forming the basis of contract claims made under the standard building and civil engineering contracts.
Nicholas J. Carnell Building contract claims for more time on projects represent one of the largest sources of dispute within the industry.