Typical Delay Analysis Methods in Construction Claims

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 →

Concurrent Delay and Pacing Delay in Construction Project

What is Concurrent Delay? The term “concurrent delay” is commonly used to describe circumstances where owner-caused delays and contractor-caused delays occur at the same time. In true concurrency, the owner and contractor delay events (the cause of delay) both occur at the same time and the delay caused by the delay events start and finish... 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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