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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 →
This article addresses the concepts of some typical delay analysis methods in construction claims. Why do we need Delay Analysis in Construction Claims? Because The Delay Must Affect The Critical Path The Construction Contracts often state that no adjustment to the critical milestones dates or the scheduled completion dates would be made unless the delay... Continue Reading →
Primavera P6 software can be very useful in delay analysis work. Some of the benefits are described as follows. 1. Filter which activity affect the critical milestones There could be many delay events happened in a project and each delay event affects certain activities. What are the delay events or activities impacting the critical milestones?... Continue Reading →