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There’s nothing like a good excuse

By johnboy 24 January 2011

The ABC is giving room to the Master Builders’ plaintive cries that unexpected water coming from the sky is to blame for their project schedules slipping.

The Master Builders Association says the weather delays are costing the industry a lot of money and that is inevitably being passed down to customers.

“Lots of delays which are extending months and beyond at the moment, because no sooner than we seem to get a little bit of a dry spell, we’re experiencing more rainfall,” said MBA ACT branch executive director John Miller.

One wonders how anything ever gets built in countries (ie most of them) where this amount of rain is the norm?

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