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Part 3 – Why do Construction Delays happen and How to analyse it

Part 3 – Why do Construction Delays happen and How to analyse it

n this method the analyst takes the actual as-built schedule and takes out the duration of all the excusable delays (delays rightfully owed to the contractor). This revision forms the collapsed as-built schedule. The analyst reads the completion date on the collapsed as-built schedule and considers this date to be the completion date of the project had the contractor not been delayed.

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Part 2 – Why do Construction Delays happen and How to analyse it

Using Critical Path Method scheduling (CPM) provides analysts the needed tools to conduct a proper analysis. To understand the tremendous advantage of having CPM technology, please allow me to give you a brief idea about basic principles of CPM scheduling. Prior to CPM scheduling, owners, contractors and any other businesses that needed schedules like large […]

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Part 1 – Why do Construction Delays happen and how to analyse it

Construction projects often suffer from delays due to a wide variety of reasons, which can have severe financial impact on the project. As a result, delay claims may be filed. The analysis of the delay impact, the causes and effects of the delaying activities is one of the most complicated types of claims analysis.

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