Basic Concepts and Principles of Construction Claims

1. Introduction 1.1. Construction Claims What is Construction Claims? A construction claim is the assertion of a right demanding either additional time or/and payment due to the result of an action. It is possible to meet construction claims in all construction projects. Why do Construction Claims occur? Clients, contractors, and subcontractors of this environment try... Continue Reading →

Concurrent Delay and Pacing Delay in Construction Claims

What is Concurrent Delay in Construction Claims? The term “concurrent delay” is commonly used to describe circumstances where different causes of delay overlap during a period of time. Concurrent delay could occur if a delay that was caused by the owner is on the same activity path or a parallel activity path as a delay... Continue Reading →

How does Primavera P6 determine a driving relationship between activities?

The Driving Relationship is determined based on the Relationship Free Float and the business rules for Driving Relationships. Relationship Free Float Relationship Free Float (Rel FF): The Free Float on the relationship. Calculated as Successor Early Start (assuming a Finish to Start relationship) - Relationship Early Finish on the predecessors' calendar. This field is computed... Continue Reading →

How to perform Collapsed As-Built / As-Built But-For Schedule Delay Analysis in Primavera P6

Introduction An Collapsed As-Built / As-Built But-For Schedule Delay Analysis (ABBF) is a retrospective CPM schedule delay analysis technique that determines the earliest date that the required project completion activity, or various milestone activities could have been achieved but-for the owner-caused delays that occurred during the project. The amount of owner-caused delay determined from the ABBF Schedule... Continue Reading →

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