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CHAPTER 18 Concurrency, parallelism and pacing

Delay and Disruption in Construction Contracts, 5th Edition - First Supplement

Page 105 CHAPTER 18 Concurrency, parallelism and pacing Concurrency, parallelism and pacing Page 106 Introduction “First, different causes of delay may overlap, and this will be intellectually troublesome if one is an event justifying an extension and one not; eg information or access may not available, but due to culpable delay or an event not justifying an extension, [C] would not have been able to take advantage of them if they had been.” 1

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