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Established in September 2010, the mission of the Navigant Construction Forum™ is to be the industry’s resource for thought leadership and best practices on avoidance and resolution of construction project disputes globally. “Building on lessons learned in global construction dispute avoidance and resolution”, the Navigant Construction Forum™ issues papers and reports, makes presentations and offer seminars on the most critical issues related to the avoidance or mitigation of construction disputes and the resolution of such disputes.
Welcome to Issue 9 of Insight from Hindsight, the quarterly e-journal of the Navigant Construction Forum™ focusing on construction and dispute related issues in the global construction community. This issue includes six articles focused on construction advisory and disputes topics impacting today’s construction market. - See more at: http://www.navigant.com/insights/library/construction/2014/insight-from-hindsight-issue-9.aspx/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=exacttarget&utm_campaign=CON%20-%20Insight%20From%20Hindsight%20-%20Issue%209%20-%200214#sthash.9kKZHXkE.dpuf
The Changing Landscape of Government Contract Claims
The Navigant Construction Forum™ releases its latest quarterly research perspective focused on interesting trends observed over the past few years that have concerning construction claims on government contracts. This paper will discuss the three basic causes of construction claims on public contracts with the intention of educating industry shareholders working on these type of contracts.