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NEC ECC: Could the PM while making his own assessment have made assumptions which turn out to be incorrect, allowing for a new CE to be raised rather than going to adjudication.

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asked Apr 26 in NEC3 Compensation Events by anonymous  
edited Apr 26 by Glenn Hide
   

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Not really, but he could evaluate what he believes the compensation event should have been in accordance with the contract. These are not subject to a revisit after implemented - only through adjudication.

PM assumptions come into play much earlier in the process. The PM states when requesting the quote what assumptions they should base the quote upon. Practically, I recommend if a Contractor is thinking of putting their own assumptions in a quote they should get the PM to agree them in writing before the quote goes in, or simply price the risk. Any such Project Managers assumptions can be revisited as a new CE (60.1(17))
answered Apr 26 by Glenn Hide (28,020 points)  
NEC ECC: PM assumptions