Fixed-price contracts can pose a risk for contractors, who may end up losing money on projects if estimated incorrectly. "Projects are getting larger and more complex, with a desire by governments and clients to transfer an asset's whole risk," said Ian Edwards, CEO of SNC-Lavalin, which no longer accepts fixed-price work.
Fixed-price contracts may lead to losses for contractors, experts say
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