Performing a Construction Contract Amidst the Challenges from Externalities, Domestic Deficiencies and Trade Discipline.

  1. Externalities

In general, our systems are functioning tardy. Starting from government agencies’ procedures in issuing construction permits the delays are experienced generally in: payments; transportation systems; supply chains and material shortages; Inherent less time commitments from large informal sector involved; providing leave required by staff and labour as per laws, their family health concerns, schooling matters, domestic legal or regulatory authority matters, social events and other holidays; strike periods; power cuts, water cuts, telecommunication break down periods; adverse weather conditions and with unrealistic time estimates. Hence, a project delivery on time is almost an impossibility locally and it is seemingly evident.


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