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Dear Sir

Recently we have completed bored cast in place piling contract. The actual pile lengths was less 10% than contracted. However it is not within the limits of Variation criteria which is 25% of rate and 1%of contract price and etc.Even though  we loose investment/fixed cost of piling machine and etc. due to this. Can we claim our loss as per omissions clause in fidic red book 1999?

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Dear Senarath Bandara,

  You can not claim as it is not in the criteria of Variation described. However you may prepare a file showing your actual cost and request for compensation. It is decision of Employer to evaluate it or not.

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Daniel

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