Conditions for adopting force account, Other Management

Conditions for adopting force account 

List of the situation where you can utilise force account is mentioned below: 

  • Works are small or in remote locations where mobilisation costs for the contractors would be unreasonably high and  they would quote unreasonably high rates. 
  • Works cannot be carried out without disrupting the progress of on-going operations. 
  • To bear risks of unavoidable interruptions (a contractor or supplier cannot sometime quantify the losses). 
  • Emergencies needing proper attention, such as repairs or restoring of railway track washed away by floods to restart rail communication. 
  • Items of work that cannot be measured, such as dressing of roads, watering of plants and so on.  
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