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IJSCER 2023 Vol.12(2): 26-31
doi: 10.18178/ijscer.12.2.26-31

A Methodology of Avoiding a Contractual Issue on Construction Project in Kuwait

Abdulaziz Almutairi*, Nuhu Barimah, and Andrew Fox
Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, Brunel University London, United Kingdom
*Corresponding author: Abdulaziz.Almutairi@Brunel.ac.uk (A.A.)

Manuscript received November 19, 2022; revised December 15, 2022; accepted January 27, 2023.

Abstract—This paper will investigate and critically evaluate to avoid the contractual issues on the construction project in Kuwait by improving the existing system of selected the contract forms in the construction project of Kuwait. It will fully consider the insights and opinions of engineers working on major construction projects in Kuwait. The different methods used to select the contract form in the Kuwaiti construction industry will be identified. Questionnaires, surveys and interviews will be used as a means of acquiring relevant information with regard to the country’s major construction industries, This information will be analysed in order to discover the best means to improve the existing system used in Kuwaiti construction contracts for the selection of contract forms and terms of payment which could be benefit by including steps to ensure that types of project delivery system and term of payment in the future construction projects in Kuwait.

Keywords—delay, variation order, project termination, dispute resolution, construction contract, standard form

Cite: Abdulaziz Almutairi, Nuhu Barimah, and Andrew Fox, "A Methodology of Avoiding a Contractual Issue on Construction Project in Kuwait," International Journal of Structural and Civil Engineering Research, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 26-31, May 2023. doi: 10.18178/ijscer.12.2.26-31

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