Delay analysis in the construction industry are a critical issue in the majority of projects worldwide. In this course, we will learn how to identify and separate various types of delays, as well as how to apportion liability for delays among the parties in order to prepare an Extension of Time Claim. We will also be able to analyze delays using various techniques.
The course content:
This PDF delay analysis course will guide you to master delay analysis for beginners and advanced levels.
- Delay Analysis Techniques (Prospective and Retrospective)
- Updated Schedules
- Recovery Schedules
- Revised Schedules
- As-Built Schedules
- Preparation of EOT Claim
- Delay Event Categories
- Procedures of Claims
- Concurrent and Non-Concurrent Delays
- Impacted As Planned Technique
- Time Impact Analysis Method
- Window Analysis Method
- As Planned Vs As Built Method
- Collapsed as-built or But-for Method
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR AND WHY DO YOU NEED IT?
This course is required for all construction professionals who want to learn how to conduct a forensic delay analysis of a construction programme in order to prove time extension claims.
You could be an engineer looking for a step-by-step demonstration, or a construction lawyer looking for a big picture understanding of this specialized topic; either way, this is the course for you.
One thing to keep in mind is that you can no longer afford to be complacent as a construction professional. To compete with a new generation of professionals who can work as a claims consultant, delay analyst, project manager, commercial manager, or project QS, you must diversify your professional skill set.
After completing this Master Course, you will have taken a significant step toward becoming a delay analyst, which, as you are probably aware, is a very lucrative career. Delay analysts are high-value targets who are frequently sought after by top construction firms and consultancies.