Pacing Delays--The Practical Effect

Zack Jr., James G.
July 2000
Cost Engineering;Jul2000, Vol. 42 Issue 7, p23
Academic Journal
Discusses the nature and use of pacing delays in the construction claims field in the United States. Types of delays in construction contracts; Information on the legality of pacing delays; Techniques to analyze delays; Effect of pacing delays on a contractor's right of recovery of delay damages.


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