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Final EOT Entitlement Calculation

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Mohamed Basheer
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As per the delay anaysis total 4 months delay happened. Contractor is responsible for 3 months and owner responsible for 1 month. 

Is contractor entieled for time extension for this 1 month delay by owner.

How to calcuate final delay assessment after the cases like this?  

Mike Testro
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Hi Mohamed

If you are talking about overlapping delays the usual rule is that you will be awarded an EOT but no prolongation costs.

But the contract that you signed may not allow this.

Best regards Mike T.