B2:  You did What? When? An Interactive Construction Delay Analysis Workshop

Saturday - Sunday, June 23-24, 2018 (1.5 DAYS)
1.2 CEUs

KrebsHeadshotInstructor:  James E. Krebs, PE, CCP, FAACE
Mr. Krebs is Senior Vice President of Administrative Controls Management, Inc., a registered Professional Engineer, and a Certified Cost Professional with over 30 years of project management, project controls, and construction experience including scheduling, planning, estimating, cost control, claims analysis, field supervision, and administrative services. Mr. Krebs is a Fellow and past president, vice president, and director of AACE International. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering and his experience includes refinery, heavy construction, nuclear, industrial, automotive, and light manufacturing. Mr. Krebs has been involved in the development of many of ACM’s training classes as well as presentations, and has worked with clients to develop customized, focused training to address specific client concerns and include industry specific examples and terminology, all while adjusting the training to fit into the clients’ demanding calendars. Each of the customized courses has received outstanding feedback from the attendees.
Description
This interactive course is centered on a comprehensive, demonstrative case study in which the attendees analyze project delay situations from the Owners and Contractors perspectives. An overview of delay claims including contractual responsibilities, effective techniques to analyze and assess a delay claim, delay damages, and methods of resolution and settlement will be presented.

Project delay is an extremely costly problem for a project. In addition, arbitration and/or litigation causes business disruption and increased costs that can be prohibitive. The ability to resolve questions of delay in an orderly and efficient manner can be the difference between success and failure on a project.

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. Attendees participate in each of the roles to gain an understanding of the claims issues’ excusability, compensability, or non-excusability.

Content:  Intermediate

Key Learning Objectives

Understanding how to use a CPM schedule to assess and quantify project delays. Learn how the delay analysis forms the basis of entitlement and damage calculations.

Agenda

Day 1
8:30 - 9:00 AM Introduction / Seminar Overview
9:00 - 10:15 AM Overview/Review of Claims Analysis Material
Changes in the Work
Contract Time Requirements
Types of Delays
Schedule Requirements
10:15 - 10:30 AM  Break
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM  Types of Delay Analysis
Acceleration and Disruption Claims
Contractor’s Damages
 12:00 - 1:00 PM Lunch
1:00 - 2:45 PM Begin Detailed Delay Analysis Workshop
Overview of the Project and Schedule
Overview of the Contractor’s Claim
Delay Analysis Process
2:40 - 3:00 PM Break
3:00 - 4:30 PM Continue Detailed Delay Analysis Workshop
Monthly Schedule Updates
4:30 PM Adjourn Day 1

Day 2
8:30 - 10:00 AM Finish Detailed Delay Analysis Workshop
Monthly Schedule Updates
10:00 - 10:15 AM Break 
10:15 - 12:00 PM Monthly Schedule Updates
Delay Claim Resolution
Damage Claim Resolution
12:00 PM Adjourn Day 2 

$1050 member / $1200 non-member

NOTE: Add $100 if you are not staying at the host hotel. Book your room before registering for the seminar to lock-in the rate listed above. Add $100 for late registration (after May 21) and an additional $100 for on-site registration. Seminar is subject to cancellation if minimum enrollment is not met 30 days prior.  Please register by May 21.  Notification of seminar cancellations will be announced May 23.   

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