Construction Claims Delay Analysis Workshop – 2 Day
This two-day workshop presents a thorough overview of delay claims including contractual responsibilities, effective techniques to analyze and assess a delay claim, delay damages, and methods of resolution and settlement. It is recommended attendees take the Construction Claims: Contract Changes, Construction Delays, Claims Awareness as a prerequisite for this course.
This course is centered on a comprehensive and interactive demonstrative case study in which the attendees analyze project delay situations. The techniques are presented from an after-the-fact analysis perspective; however, the basic principles and techniques prove useful in evaluating time impacts during the execution of a project. To ensure the involvement of the attendees, the course begins with a presentation of contract and delay fundamentals. Attendees are introduced to the various methods for delay analysis (windows, but-for, as-planned v. as-built, etc); explore what information is required for claims analysis and how to review claims; and how to prepare for claim resolution. This interactive workshop also includes an examination of the various “times” when a delay claim is submitted, which documents a contractor should provide when requested, and the documents an owner should have. The group will discuss the types of issues that would result in a request for a change in time; identify the types of substantiation and where it could be found; and examine how the delay would be quantified and what impact it could have on unchanged work.
Techniques will be practiced through a series of group problems and participants can apply the information to their present projects. Each participant receives a comprehensive workbook prepared by ACM.
ACM offers quantity discounts, please contact ACM for 4 or more attendees.
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