Types of Disputes’ causes in Saudi Construction Project
Keywords:Construction Project, causes of disputes, type of disputes, KSA
The construction industry is one of the most active and buoyant industries in the global sphere, and disputes contain within their nature risks and threats to the availability of technology, resources, expertise et al which potentially damages the development and expansion of the industry as a whole. It is becoming increasingly difficult and complicated for constructors to attend to multiple projects due to the need for adaptation to the numerous unforeseen adjustments with which a construction team must contend. Much research has been conducted to identify the factors which contribute to construction industry disputes and a number of key studies from various countries have been examined to facilitate understanding of the context in which disagreements arise.
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