Shoddy Record-Keeping Costs Contractor Its Delay Claim

by Michael C. Loulakis, President, Chief Executive Officer; Capital Project Strategies, LLC, Reston, VA, mloulakis@cp-strategies.com,
Lauren P. McLaughlin, Partner; Smith, Currie & Hancock, LLP, Tysons, VA, lpmclaughlin@smithcurrie.com,


Serial Information: Civil Engineering—ASCE, 2019, Vol. 89, Issue 10, Pg. 12-13


Document Type: Editorial

Abstract: A recent case in the District of Columbia demonstrates that detailed and contemporaneous records are necessary if a contractor wishes to seek recourse for project delays.

Subject Headings: Contractors and subcontractors | Project delay | Claims | Project management | District of Columbia | United States

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