Post project issues

Construction projects involve expensive equipment and significant manpower. The longer a job takes, the higher the costs and the greater the potential for litigation. We offer a range of trusted post-project reports that will enable you to refine future procedures or settle contractual disputes.

These include:

Monthly Summary

A long-established and industry leading report, this summary addresses the New Engineering Contract (NEC) requirements and provides you with documented evidence from an independent, trusted source. The report provides information that documents weather conditions for the specified month's where the weather, NEC approved Long Term Average and 1 in 10 year values are also provided as a measure of the extremity of the month's weather.

Monthly summary Monthly summary example (PDF, 190 kB)

Prices from £140 + VAT

General monthly summary

For other contracts, our General monthly summary provides you with trusted, documented weather conditions for the months that you request. You can then log weather events that have impacted project delivery and site efficiency for future learning and contract resolution.

Prices from £110 + VAT

Downtime summary

This report highlights the weather conditions that were experienced on site and identifies those that exceeded an operational threshold, and their duration. The figures within this report can then be compared against long-term averages at the same location. Long term averages are also included Monday to Friday and Monday to Saturday to aid project planning.

Prices from £180 + VAT

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Last updated: 17 June 2014

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