Critical Path Method Approaches to Delay Analysis
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Training Duration: 90 Minutes
Accessible On: Any multimedia device
Recorded On: May 07, 2019
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Schedule delay analysis has evolved greatly over the past fifty or so years. Advances in computer technology, and especially the advent of, and advances in, personal computing have resulted in numerous ways with which to address schedule delay claims. Unfortunately, many of these methods offer only facile solutions to complex problems. In this webinar, we will briefly review the concepts of Critical Path Method (CPM) scheduling, and then apply the concept of the critical path to the various methods of schedule delay analysis. We will look at both modeled methods of analysis and observational methods. We will address the pros and cons of the various methods, the data necessary for their implementation of each method, and the current state of acceptability of each method. Finally, we will work on some basic examples of each method, illustrating the major points of our discussion.
- The basic concepts of Critical Path Method scheduling
- Typical issues on a construction project that can impact the critical path
- The common methods of schedule delay analysis
- How the various methods of schedule analysis are implemented
- What the pros and cons of each schedule delay analysis method are
- What type of data is necessary to implement the various methods of schedule delay analysis
Why You Should Attend:
By attending this webinar, the attendee will develop an understanding of Critical Path Method scheduling and how the concepts of Critical Path Method Scheduling apply to the analysis of schedule delays. The webinar will equip the attendee with various approaches used to demonstrate the delaying effect that impacts and issues had on a construction project, and will also provide the attendee the necessary knowledge enabling them to address delay claims being put forth.
Who Should Attend:
- Construction Attorneys
- Construction Company Executives
- Contractors’ Project Management Staff
- Construction Managers
- Project Owners and Sponsors
**In this Recorded Session, you can listen to Q&A which includes direct answers from our expert speaker.
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