This paper discusses the characteristics and circumstances surrounding stalled, distressed and financially troubled projects where the client may be looking to either:
1. Suspend or hibernate the project indefinitely due to lack of either finance, cashflow or future demand,
2. Forced change of contract (or significant subcontractor) to ensure a financially stable supply chain,
3. Restart the project after a period of suspension.
A synopsis of circumstances / dynamics that project governance boards should consider as they review their positions are outlined in this article by Frequency.