Extension of time and additional costs under the building contract

Extension of time and additional costs under the building contract

the post is a combination of two assighnments

1 Social Support Questionnaire for Children(Harter S. (1985)

2 extension of time and additional costs under the building contract

Social Support Questionnaire for Children(Harter S. (1985)

Order Description

evidence that Social Support Questionnaire for Children(Harter S. (1985) could be use in human resource management to measure the job satisfaction and perforamnce of the employees at different indutry field . In addition it could be use to measure the impact of employee realtionship on performance through job dsatisfaction – teh evidence should present the ability of Social mention Support Questionnaire for Children(Harter S. (1985) to do it wether it is adopted or adapted .Moreover, it shoudl be from new references 2016 and high impact journal ISI FURTHER MORE, PRESENT THE HIGH LEVEL OF internal consistency OF CRONBACH’S ALPHA BESIDE USED Social Support Questionnaire for Children(Harter S. (1985) in different coutries including arab such as saudiarabia + lebanon+uk etc

2 Extension of time and additional costs under the building contract

Order Description

present a claim for an extension of time and additional costs under the building contract, using the information proved above. Consideration needs to be given to the following:

1. The contract clauses under which the claim can be made
2. The programme and the implications of the project incidents on it
3. The facts of the claim
4. The calculation of the monies and time due


A program of the claims was already done and attached in tab 1 is the original program PRIOR TO ANY DELAYS in tab 2 is the revised programme i.e. INCORPORATING DELAYS

I will attach a scenario and Report structure with guideline in RED text I will attach all the references needed. It will be based on SCL, CASE LAWS AND JCT SBC Qs which will be attached

YOU NEED TO DISTINGUISH Incidents ARE THEY MITIGATION?, PROLONGATION DELAY ? ?, CONCURRENT DELAY?, Disruption?). Referencing JCT/SBC/Qs and/or SCL-DDP and/or Case Law to support each part of your claim.



1. Professional Presentation of the claim using industry standard protocols (10%)
Professional submission to include: a covering letter, reference title in bold, your address, CAs address, state the original contract sum, the L&E amount claimed (£s no pence) and the adjusted Final Account figure, the original completion date, the amount of EOT claimed in weeks and the adjusted completion date, signed, dated, enclosures (report) and copy in (“cc”) any party deemed relevant. A report cover page, contents page, introduction, summary of facts, basis of claim, details of claim, evaluation of loss and expense, statement of claim, references and an appendix to include a programme and table of cases.

2. Understanding of the facts of the claim. (10%)
Brief description of your right as a contractor to claim for EOT and L&E and their purpose. List the issues identified from the brief, including a brief description for each and the associated delay in weeks (prior to any mitigation etc)

3. Appropriate heads of claim used and relevant contractual clauses selected against which the claim can be made. (40%)
Include a timeline discussion for each delay (programme). Discuss/Explain if and how you mitigated, including use of best endeavours, and/or incurred disruption, make reference to any notices served, you may want to make reference to letters/correspondence issued in-line with JCT contract clauses. Again include any of the relevant event and/or matter clauses that will form the basis of your claim. Make reference to SCL and/or case law and/or NRM2 to support each claim as and where you can.

4. Accuracy of calculation/detail of the claim. (40%)
Recognition that the actual EOT weeks claimed may well be different than the L&E prolongation weeks. Accuracy and detailed calculation for each “head of claim”, head office overheads and profit, site over heads and establishment (prelims), disruption, finance charge on lose and expense, cost of preparing the claim. Include a brief description why you believe you are due costs. Make reference to case law, SCLP and/or the JCT clauses as and where applicable. Appropriate use of formula where applicable for each “head of claim”, including recognition of the 70/30 split for site over heads and establishment, current bank of England basis, Emden formula, Quantium Merit

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