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Effectively Preparing and Presenting Delay Claims

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About this course

Watch RECORDED Session for Just $39

 

Training Duration: 90 Minutes

Accessible On: Any multimedia device

Recorded On: February 20, 2019

Access any day, anytime, unlimited times as per your convenience*                                                                                                                                                                               Sr. No. 015022019


By knowing how to properly prepare and present a delay claim, a contractor can proactively prepare appropriate requests for time extensions and related costs during the project, and work towards settlement through the typical change order process rather than through a lengthy and expensive after-the-fact dispute resolution process.  An owner will learn how to properly evaluate and challenge delay claims, thereby separating out legitimate claims from those with questionable merit.  Moreover, this knowledge will allow all parties to make informed decisions and play an active role, in any claims analysis process, whether pursued in-house or through outside consultants.

 

Session Highlights:

  • What are the basic elements of proof in a delay claim
  • The relevance of the as-planned schedule in delay analysis
  • Identifying and quantifying critical delay
  • Calculating delay damages
  • Advanced topics in delay analysis

 

Why You Should Attend:

By attending this webinar, the attendee will become familiar with how to demonstrate delay, how to prepare a claim for delay, and how to price delay damages.  We will cover the basics of schedule delay analysis, review the cost categories and specific cost items stemming from delay, and identify what records can be used in preparing a delay analysis.  We will also discuss some more advanced topics such as no damages for delay provisions, actual and constructive acceleration, and concurrent delay.  Time will be left at the end for questions and answers.

 

Who Should Attend : 

  • Construction Company Executives
  • Contractors’ Project Management Staff
  • Construction Managers
  • Project Owners and Sponsors
  • Construction Attorneys
  • Subcontractors
  • Architects

 

**In this Recorded Sessionyou can listen to Q&A which includes direct answers from our expert speaker.

*Instruction kit to access the session will be emailed within 6 hours.

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