The analysis and valuation of disruption page 4 variable costs are items such as the contractors labour equipment and site overhead extensive literature has been published about delay claims which principally are claims related to the extended. Disruption claims however come from actions that make the construction process more expensive to perform or more difficult to process than originally planned in the contract since there is an overlap in delay and disruption knowing construction law helps to determine the liability of the individuals involved in the process. Delay vs disruption one recognized entitlement theory that a contractor can utilize for recovering damages caused by an impact is delay and disruption even though it is a common practice to generically refer to delay claims and disruptions as being synonymous they are in fact very different especially in terms of damages. At times it is important for a contractor to distinguish between claims for time based delay and claims for disruption most construction contracts identify an end date for the completion of all work a delay is the period of time beyond the scheduled finish date and the date the contractor completes the work. Delay and disruption claims are both commonplace on construction projects as projects become increasingly large and complex we see clients passing on as much risk as possible to the head contractor risks that a contractor may find difficult to manage and or costly in terms of time and money should they eventuate
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