Time is of fundamental importance in all contracts, during their preparation, design and construction. Construction professionals plan, manage, monitor and coordinate activities by means of programmes, and thus bring time under control.So wrote Andrew Marvell almost 400 years ago in the poem ‘To his coy mistress’. It sums up the attitude of the employer, the designer and the contractor in construction contracts, as if it had been written today.
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