Excell Victories


STRUGGLING TO GET PAID BY THE GOVERNMENT?

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Excell Prepares and Negotiates $2.3 million REA for Subcontractor This REA included Defective and Deficient Contract Documents, Differing Site Conditions, Out of Scope Work, Unreasonable Specifications, Cardinal Change, Maladministration, Delay, Disruption, and Ripple Effect. A subcontractor was awarded a Firm Fixed-Price Contract to assist in the building of a hospital in the USA. From the onset of construction, it’s became

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John G. BalchSTRUGGLING TO GET PAID BY THE GOVERNMENT?

Contract Terminated for Convenience? We Can Help…

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Excell Consulting Secures $1.3 million Partial Termination Settlement   A USACE Firm Fixed-Price Contract in the Middle East was partially Terminated for the Convenience of the Government. Excell was hired to evaluate the costs recoverable under the partial termination, which removed approximately 40% of the project nearly one year into construction. Excell was able to allocate the costs expended by

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Having Issues Recovering your Recoverable Costs? Read on.

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INTRODUCTION If you work with Government Contracts – especially CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS – you need to read this!! REQUEST FOR EQUITABLE ADJUSTMENT (REA) A contractor recently recovered $3.5 million of its costs on a federal project after Excell Consulting prepared and negotiated the REA. This REA included Prescriptive vs. Performance Specifications, critical path delay, disruption, ripple effect, and maladministration. The Government

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Experiencing Bond or Insurance Claims?

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Excell Consulting International (Excell) recently resolved a $7.5 million claim request submitted to Zurich.   After a Subcontractor was defaulted for cause on a construction project in Las Vegas, NV. Excell conducted an in-depth policy review then prepared the claim for the subcontractor seeking recovery of $7.5 million in losses and additional expenses as a result of the Subcontractor Default.

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Having Trouble Getting REA’s Approved?

byJohn G. Balchin Excell Victoriesand  Leave a Comment

Excell Consulting’s $1 million Request for Equitable Adjustment Approved by DOL The successful REA was submitted to the Department of Labor under our client’s Firm Fixed-Price contract. Excell consolidated several REAs that were put together based upon Task Orders under a Master Contract; three of the four REA’s were settled and one is going forward to ASBCA. The settled matters

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John G. BalchHaving Trouble Getting REA’s Approved?

REA 5.1 million, Firm Fixed-Price Contract

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$5.1 million REA, Firm Fixed-Price Contract This REA involved Delay, Disruption, Ripple Effect, Critical Path Delay, Defective Specifications, Defective Contract Documents, Maladministration, and lack of Partnering. NOTE: the “Omnibus” REA was developed and extracted from half a dozen “summarily denied” REAs that were prior submitted and all were formerly withdrawn to allow for the singular new submission. Our Client was

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Taylor BensonREA 5.1 million, Firm Fixed-Price Contract