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CHAPTER 3 Time, cost and quality – the engineer's eternal challenge

Contracts for Construction and Engineering Projects


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CHAPTER 3

Time, cost and quality – the engineer's eternal challenge

Time, cost and quality – the engineer's eternal challenge

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3.1 Time, cost and quality

Every contract must define the extent of each party's obligations. A construction contract must define what work the Contractor will carry out, and how much the Employer will pay for that work. The scope of obligations is thus at the heart of a construction contract. But scope involves far more than a definition of the extent of the work to be done.

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