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|Vol. 33, No. 1||January 2018||A Contractor’s Guide to Managing Design Risk|
|Vol. 32, No. 2||July 2015||Construction Bidding and Tendering: Principles and Practice|
|Vol. 32, No. 1||March 2015||Quantification of Construction Claims|
|Vol. 31, No. 1||September 2014||A Performance-Based Solution to Avoid Schedule Failure on Construction Projects|
|Vol. 30, No. 1||January 2012||The What and Why of Project Documentation|
|Vol. 29, No. 3||November 2010||Quality in Execution of Building Projects.|
|Vol. 29, No. 2||June 2010||It's Time for More DRBs in Canada.|
|Vol. 29, No. 1||March 2010||The Pitfalls of Incomplete Contract Documents.|
|Vol. 28, No. 1||August 2009||Best Practices for Managing Construction Projects in Good Times and Bad.|
|Vol. 27, No. 2||August 2008||Limitation of Liability Clauses: Manufacturers, Sellers and Contractors Beware.|
|Vol. 27, No. 1||April 2008||Project Performance Reviews|
How Owners Can Expand The Value-For-Money Concept
|Vol. 26, No. 2||October 2007||Alliances Fresh Thinking in Contracting Strategy.|
|Vol. 26, No. 1||May 2007||The Cumulative Effects of Change Orders.|
|Vol. 25, No. 2||June 2006||Expert Evidence.|
|Vol. 25, No. 1||February 2006||The viability of a construction project can be measured and monitored.|
Revay and Associates Limited is pleased to announce the stability index project evaluation services.
The stability model method or risk management and early prediction of project performance.
|Vol. 24, No. 2||September 2005||Revay and Associates Limited is pleased to announce the introduction of Project Alignment Services Measuring and Monitoring Project Performance and Success.|
|Vol. 24, No. 1||April 2005||35 Years Of Service To The Construction.|
E-mail: An Emerging Risk In Construction.
|Vol. 23, No. 3||December 2004||Stephen G. Revay 1924 2004.|
Managing Contract Changes.
|Vol. 23, No. 2||September 2004||Opting Out.|
|Vol. 23, No. 1||March 2004||Facilitating The Construction Dispute Process.|
|Vol. 22, No. 2||June 2003||Contractors Head Office Overhead What is the Right Formula?|
|Vol. 22, No. 1||March 2003||If Time is Always of the Essence, Where does that Leave Schedules?|
|Vol. 21, No. 3||November 2002||Negotiating Claims and Change Orders.|
|Vol. 21, No. 2||September 2002||Coping with Extras.|
The dean of dispute resolution in Toronto Construction News July 2002.
|Vol. 21, No. 1||February 2002||Managing Project Risk and Conflict: A Project Lawyers Front-End Perspective|
|Vol. 21, No. 1 - Appendix||February 2002||Appendix|
|Vol. 20, No. 3||November 2001||Calculating Loss of Productivity Due to Overtime Using Published Charts Facts or Fiction.|
|Vol. 20, No. 2||June 2001||Concurrent Delay: A Modest Proposal.|
|Vol. 20, No. 1||February 2001||The DOT-COM Invasion.|
|Vol. 19, No. 3||October 2000||Scheduling and Monitoring for Successful Projects.|
|Vol. 19, No. 2||May 2000||Monitoring Job-Site Productivity.|
|Vol. 19, No. 1||January 2000||Lessons Learned from 30 Years of Handling Construction Disputes.|
|Vol. 18, No. 3||October 1999||Learning Curve in Construction.|
|Vol. 18, No. 2||May 1999||Construction and Bonds.|
|Vol. 18, No. 1||February 1999||Construction Risk.|
|Vol. 17, No. 3||October 1998||The Changing Face of Construction.|
|Vol. 17, No. 2||May 1998||Construction Disputes: Where are we heading?|
|Vol. 17, No. 1||January 1998||What does the Future Hold for Project Management?|
|Vol. 16, No. 3||October 1997||Subcontractors Claims Against Owners.|
|Vol. 16, No. 2||April 1997||Changes in Design/Build Contracts.|
|Vol. 16, No. 1||February 1997||The Underground Construction Economy A New Factor in Risk Management.|
|Vol. 15, No. 3||October 1996||The Ron Engineering Decision: Fifteen Years Old and Still Immature.|
|Vol. 15, No. 2||June 1996||Construction Documentation Using Digital Images.|
Documentation control in the Construction Industry.
Application of Computer Databases in Construction Litigation.
|Vol. 15, No. 1||February 1996||Value for Money An Integrated Approach.|
|Vol. 14, No. 3||November 1995||Litigation Graphics.|
|Vol. 14, No. 2||June 1995||Can Construction Disputes be Avoided?|
|Vol. 14, No. 1||March 1995||Implementing ISO 9000 In The Construction Industry.|
|Vol. 13, No. 3||December 1994||Expert Testimony Must be Limited to Areas Outside Common Knowledge.|
|Vol. 13, No. 2||June 1994||Delay Analysis Revisited.|
|Vol. 13, No. 1||March 1994||On Site Dispute Resolution.|
|Vol. 12, No. 2||November 1993||TQM An Introduction.|
The Concept of TQM.
Avoiding the Courtroom Battle of Experts.
|Vol. 12, No. 1||July 1993||Risk Management in Construction Projects.|
QCA Montreal Honours Deserving Firms.
RAL President Stephen G. Revay Recognized with National Stollery Award.
|Vol. 11, No. 1||November 1992||Mediation A More Palatable Solution.|
|Vol. 10, No. 2||December 1991||Canadian Research & Development in Construction: A Question of Survival.|
|Vol. 10, No. 1||January 1991||At Our 21st Anniversary.|
Quantifying Construction Claims!
Alternative Dispute Resolution.
|Vol. 9, No. 1||October 1990||The Experts Role in Construction Litigation.|
National Surveys Conducted by RAL.
|Vol. 8, No. 1||August 1989||Project Management Overview Solution or Fad?|
|Vol. 7, No. 1||May 1988||Delay Analysis Using the Snapshot Technique.|
New Unit to Serve Sureties.
|Vol. 6, No. 2||August 1987||The Effect of Change Orders on Productivity.|
C.C.I.S. Users Need Survey Conducted by RAL.
|Vol. 6, No. 1||February 1986||Construction Management Training An Industry/Academia Challenge Technological Implications of Major Issues.|
Facing the Canadian Construction Industry during the Next Decade.
The B.C. Arbitration Centre Wagner, Daigle, Revay Ltd.
|Vol. 5, No. 2||September 1986||Canada Finally Accepts Arbitration.|
|Vol. 5, No. 1||June 1986||The British Influence on International Contracting.|
|Vol. 4, No. 2||December 1985||Impact costs The Validity and Calculation of Cost Related to Reduced Productivity.|
Newfoundland & Labrador Institute of Fisheries & Marine Technology.
Surveys, Surveys .
Cost-Saving Coping with Ottawa.
|Vol. 4, No. 1||Winter 1985||Computers and the Competitive Edge in Construction.|
|Vol. 3, No. 1||Summer 1984||Lawsuits in Tort Widen Liability of Designers and Builders.|
|Vol. 2, No. 2||Fall 1982||Factors Favouring Arbitration an Overseas Projects.|
|Vol. 2, No. 1||Spring 1982||Legal Aspects of Scheduling.|
|Vol. 1, No. 1||Winter 1981||Between Ourselves|
Study Shows Lower Productivity on Cost Plus/Non-Urban/Large Projects.
Computers in Construction
Providing Contractors with a Co-ordinated Computerized Management Information System
Computerized Litigation Support System Available
Pros and Cons of Arbitration
Is Value Management for You?