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NEC ECC: Restarting works

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Can the Contractor request the works to be restarted after receiving a Project Manager instructions to stop the works?
asked Apr 12 in General by Zed (390 points)  

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As the Contractor I suggest you could notify an early warning to state that if the works are not restarted soon it would be a potential issue? That should prompt a meeting, a discussion and the Project Manager to record an action in the Risk Register (or Early Warning Register under NEC4).
answered Apr 12 by Glenn Hide (66,310 points)  
selected May 10 by Glenn Hide