Using Construction Schedule to Analyse Delays
Using the Construction Schedule to Analyse a Delay
Eligible for 4 PDUs under Category B (Continuing Education) of the PMI - USA
4-Hr Seminar), 5.30pm to 9.30pm, Saturday, 30th June 2012, Doha - Qatar
Construction contracts typically include scheduling requirements. Due, in part, to the availability of increasingly more powerful scheduling software, contract scheduling requirements are becoming increasingly complex.
A well thought out schedule are a valuable tool for organizing and coordinating the project work. The schedule also is used in determining when construction project resources, such as manpower and materials, will be required. Finally, if a project encounters delays, a well designed as-planned schedule will be the basis for analyzing what events impacted the completion of the project.
This 4-hour seminar will briefly discuss the use of schedules in analyzing a delay claim. Since CPM based schedules are becoming the standard of the industry, this seminar will focus on that type of a schedule.
The Seminar will cover:
A Brief Overview of the Use of CPM Schedules to Prove Delay Claims
Tests to be satisfied before recovery for delay costs
Primary methods of analyzing a delay claim using a CPM schedule
Contract administration role in delay claims
Format and index of delay claim using schedule
Planning & Project Engineers, Contract Administrators, Project controllers, Subcontract Administrators
Your Trainer: Mr Claude Raymond Sakr
Trainer, Speaker and Guest Lecturer for the University of Wolverhampton, UK
Member of PMI(US) and AACE(US) and American Society of Professional Estimators
Based in Bahrain with over 20 years of experience having managed projects for ABB JV (Algeria), SNC Lavalin (Canada), Petrofac (UAE), Alstom Power (Italy), Amec Spie Petrofac (Azerbaijan)
Your Investment: QAR 600/= per person
(Fee includes Course Materials, ‘Certificate of Attendance’ & Light Refreshments)
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