Q&A: Delay Analysis

In partnership with the CIOB, Claims Class is running a series of monthly webinars on construction claims. The webinars cover some of the…


Q&A: Types of Construction Claims

In partnership with the CIOB, Claims Class is running a series of monthly webinars on construction claims. The webinars are a condensed…


Q&A: Contract Administration for Claims

In partnership with the CIOB, Claims Class is running a series of monthly webinars on construction claims. The webinars are based on our…


How to Ensure a DAB is Formed Correctly

A blog subscriber recently asked for some advice on the setting up and organisation of a Dispute Adjudication Board (DAB). They…


Notices: Should a Contractor submit if he is not sure whether he intends to make a claim?

A Claims Class blog follower recently asked for advice on the correct interpretation of FIDIC Sub-Clause 20.1 (Contractor’s Claims).  What…


5 Tips for Success When Claiming for Variations

A question that I am often asked during CPD talks and claims training courses is “is it necessary to submit claims for a variation?”.…


An Explanation of ‘Time at Large’

A blog reader asked for an explanation of “time at large”. This is not something that I have personally come across in practical terms, so…


Inadequately Expressed Claims: the second most frequent reason for disputes

ARCADIS have recently published their Global Construction Dispute Report 2018 and unsurprisingly “Poorly drafted or…


Delay: Choosing the right method for your dispute

How should delay be analysed and what options are available? When a delay occurs on a project, analysing cause and effect is vital to…


What Qualifies As Force Majeure Under FIDIC?

One of our blog subscribers requested advice on Force Majeure under the FIDIC Red or Yellow books. The good news is that the FIDIC Force…