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CHAPTER 16 Float and time contingencies

Delay and Disruption in Construction Contracts

Page 730 16 Float and time contingencies Introduction “If every activity is a problem, then nothing is really a problem. If all blends into the overall morass of project difficulties, and the most appropriate target of management attention and available resources fades into the mist.” 1

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