- Apr 15, 2010
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tbf the contractor will stretch out their work as much as possible to maximise on their OT pay. its a lose lose for everyone. i wonder how ML does their contracts. is it a fixed price or cost plus? it really looks like the latter based on how the contractors are working or in this case not working.There were 2 or 3 workers south of Bloor, removing one of the "sculptures" when I went by on the GO train today.
I wonder if the work is sequenced that loosely, such that a single task like removing the sculpture means everything else is paused.
ML will blame any delay on the contractor. My main objection to their project method is that they have succeeded in a seamless blame deflection strategy. Nothing sticks to ML.