Though we all hope to avoid delays and disruptions on our construction projects, when they do occur it is best to have a clear approach set out to help resolve matters. That is why we thought it would be useful to bring to our visitors attention that a second edition of the delay and disruption protocol has been issued by the Society of Construction Law in February 2017. It is intended to be used to determine extensions of time and compensation for delay and disruption, and recognises that transparency of information and methodology is central to both dispute prevention and dispute resolution.
If you wish to download a copy of the protocol (for free) follow this link to the Society’s web pages. Graduates pursuing qualification with the ICE may find this useful to peruse too as part of their general preparation for their professional review.