More from Brian Morrow, P.E., Esq

Contractor’s claim against government for breach of implied covenant of good faith andfair dealing denied

Contractor’s claim against government for breach of...

Posted on Dec 08, 2014

In a recent case involving utility work on an Army base – Appeal of Tug Hill Construction, Inc. (Oct. 16, ...

Delays and disruptions clause deemed unenforceable

Delays and disruptions clause deemed unenforceable

Posted on Oct 09, 2014

In a recent case involving no-damages-for-delay clauses – Zachry Construction Corp. v. Port of Houston Authority of Harris County, Aug. ...

Why Construction  Delays Cost Money

Why Construction Delays Cost Money

Posted on Aug 06, 2014

Contractor makes claim against Army Corps of Engineers for delay damages. By Brian Morrow, P.E., Esq. Time is a critical resource in ...

Contractor’s dewatering claim for $24 million dismissed based on failure to follow contract disputes act

Contractor’s dewatering claim for $24 million...

Posted on Jul 02, 2014

In a recent case involving dewatering for the Army Corps of Engineers – Hanover Insurance Co. v. U.S. (U. S. ...

Unlicensed contractors on federal construction projects are entitled to payment under the Miller Act

Unlicensed contractors on federal construction projects...

Posted on Jun 13, 2014

In a recent case involving the intersection of state and federal law – Technica LLC v. Carolina Casualty Insurance Company ...

Put It In Writing

Put It In Writing

Posted on May 07, 2014

Claims against the Georgia DOT for increased material costs are denied due to failure to comply with claim-notice requirements.  Contract provisions ...

Unsteady Ground

Unsteady Ground

Posted on Apr 12, 2014

Corps of Engineers denies contractor’s Type 1 differing site condition claim on Iraqi project. Site conditions that differ from what the ...

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