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Schedule Delay Analysis:
Forensic Methods and Practical Applications

4-Part Series
Who Should Attend?

Agenda at a Glance

ƒƒ Construction Owners

ƒƒ Contract Administrators

ƒƒ A/Es

ƒƒ Owner Representatives

ƒƒ Contractors

ƒƒ Construction Attorneys

ƒƒ Subcontractors

ƒƒ Consultants

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Part 1. Schedule Delay Analysis:
Choosing a Method and Why
They Differ

ƒƒ Construction Managers

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Why Attend?

Part 2. Schedule Delay Analysis

ƒƒ Understand how to choose a correct delay analysis
method

— Observational Methods —
Static & Dynamic Logic

ƒƒ Learn the importance of sound contemporaneous project
documentation and its role in the resolution of time
extension requests and delay claims

Thursday, October 20, 2016

ƒƒ Discover the ins and outs of each delay analysis method
and when each one is best applied

— Modeled Methods —

ƒƒ Explore the As-Planned vs. As-Built delay analysis
methods
ƒƒ Understand and distinguish between the forensic
schedule analysis modeled methodologies
ƒƒ

And much, much more!

Part 3. Schedule Delay Analysis
Additive & Subtractive
Thursday, October 27, 2016

Part 4. Forensic Schedule
Analysis & Discretionary Logic

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Join in on this 4-part series presented by today’s leading experts on the subject to learn what you should be doing if anticipating a claim on an existing project or are already involved in developing or negotiating a delay claim. so no need to worry if you miss a session. One tidbit from one session could save your company tens of thousands of dollars. On public construction particularly. it is important to be proactive in schedule development. including a 15-minute Q&A period where you can ask your questions live. where sophisticated contract clauses are drafted to govern requirements for time and cost recovery. Paul Levin Publisher Train your whole team for one low price. All sessions are recorded and available for download at your convenience. management and project documentation. Set up a weekly lunchbox meeting for your staff to participate and learn. Save travel and hotel expenses and lost work time. Gain control of schedule delay strategy and methods today! Sign your team up today to make sure your firm stays on top of this crucial subject. I hope you will join us for this first-time offered series! Warmest regards. Don't delay — register today! Learn what works for forensic scheduling and delay analysis from experts with hands-on experience 2 .Schedule Delay Analysis: Sessions Forensic Methods and Practical Applications 4-Part Series Dear Construction Professional: With increasingly complex projects. the stakes for project delay have risen substantially. including: ƒƒ Schedule Delay Analysis Methods ƒƒ Observational Methods — Static & Dynamic Logic ƒƒ Modeled Methods — Additive & Subtractive ƒƒ Forensic Schedule Analysis & Discretionary Logic Train your whole staff in these interactive sessions. Make the most of this information-packed training.

is Executive Director. With more than 40 years’ experience. CH2M HILL. Learn what works for forensic scheduling and delay analysis from experts with hands-on experience 3 . contractors and attorneys. Inc. Executive Director. What has not been widely discussed or written about is what factors should go into the decision-making process when choosing a delay analysis method for a particular project or a specific claim. and Senior Construction Claims Consultant. The level of debate has increased in recent years since AACE International published their Recommended Practice — Forensic Schedule Analysis. Navigant Construction Forum™ – the construction industry’s global resource for thought leadership and best practices on avoidance and resolution of construction project disputes globally. a Certified Construction Manager and a Project Management Professional. Zack is a Certified Forensic Claims Consultant. PinnacleOne. Zack. October 6 Schedule Delay Analysis — Choosing a Method and Why They Differ  James G. Corporate Claims Management. Navigant Construction Forum Which method of schedule delay analysis is best is still a wide-open issue among schedulers. claim consultants. Vice President. Attend this 90-minute webinar to get answers to pressing questions and to: ƒƒ Learn about the differences in various delay analysis methods and how to choose which is best for your projects ƒƒ Understand what factors and issues should be addressed before committing to a potentially lengthy and expensive process ƒƒ Discover if the choice of delay analysis method is irrevocable once made ƒƒ Determine the risk of trying to change methods in mid-stream Your Presenter J ames G. Zack. A Fellow of AACE and RICS. analysis and resolution or defense of construction claims. construction managers. Fluor Corporation. Mr. he is a recognized expert in mitigation. Jr.Sessions Sessions Part 1 — Thursday. Formerly Mr. as well as a nationally known author and speaker on construction claims. Zack was Executive Director.

It will explore the performance of a credible delay analysis and identify many of the strengths and pitfalls of these methodologies. acceleration. This presentation will focus on those methodologies referred to in the industry as “observational” methods. contracting. scheduling. lost productivity and damage analysis. practical and legal considerations that a delay analyst makes. an Associate Director for Navigant Consulting. As-Built that will improve an analysis beyond a “total time” analysis ƒƒ Learn about the different types of Contemporaneous Period Analyses. insurance companies and legal counsel. project controls. and understand the difference between losses (or gains) due to progress and those due to changes to the schedule ƒƒ Identify the strengths and pitfalls of the observational methodologies Your Presenters Emily Federico. Navigant Consulting Like engineering. in Industrial Engineering and is a Certified Planning and Scheduling Professional (PSP). identify concurrent delays that did or would have delayed the project completion and differentiate between concurrent and pacing delay. This interactive webinar program will help you: ƒƒ Understand and distinguish between the forensic schedule analysis observational methodologies ƒƒ Become familiar with the use of the observational methodologies. Experienced in proactive schedule reviews. forensic schedule analysis for delay and disruption. Learn what works for forensic scheduling and delay analysis from experts with hands-on experience 4 . delay. CPM scheduling delay analysis techniques allow the analyst to distinguish critical delays from non-critical delays and calculate their impact on the project duration. earned value analysis. He provides services in construction management. As-Built.Sessions Sessions Part 2 — Thursday. contractors. such as the As-Planned vs. and the Contemporaneous Period Analysis (often called “windows”) ƒƒ Discover the various enhancements to the As-Planned vs. CPM scheduling is both an art and a science. When choosing a method there are a number of technical. Patrick Kelly is an Associate Director in Navigant’s Global Construction Practice. she has worked for owners. and claims and disputes resolution. October 13 Schedule Delay Analysis — Observational Methods — Static & Dynamic Logic   Emily Federico.S. Associate Director. has a B. Associate Director. Navigant Consulting   Patrick Kelly.

application of construction legal doctrines. Navigant Consulting Like engineering. and mediation. It will explore the performance of a credible delay analysis and identify many of the strengths and pitfalls of these methodologies. When choosing a method there are a number of technical. contracting. and local level. contractors. benefits. state. facilities. scheduling. and attorneys. and critical structures assignments. the limited circumstances in which one can implement such an analysis. earned value analysis. Thursday. and in the calculation of and productivity losses.Sessions Sessions Part 3. forensic schedule analysis for delay and disruption. project controls. identify concurrent delays that did or would have delayed the project completion and differentiate between concurrent and pacing delay. cost analysis. including the contractual reasons why one may be necessary ƒƒ And much more! Your Presenter Patrick Kelly is an Associate Director in Navigant’s Global Construction Practice. Associate Director. and claims and disputes resolution. This presentation will focus on those methodologies referred to in the industry as “modeled” methods. October 20 Schedule Delay Analysis — Modeled Methods — Additive & Subtractive   Patrick Kelly. arbitration panels. He has a thorough understanding of delay and impact analysis methods. on construction methods. He provides services in construction management. He has provided Forensic Schedule Analysis and litigation support to owners. and delay analysis. He has worked for both contractors and owners on small and large construction projects at the federal. He worked on numerous cases before federal and state courts. such as the Impacted As-Planned and the Retrospective TIA ƒƒ Discover the nature of the Impacted As-Planned. and delay/disruption issues. source data validation. and the difficulties in doing so ƒƒ Review the uses. analysis and quantification of productivity and disruption. Patrick is an expert in claim investigation. Forensic Schedule Analysis method selection. negotiations. CPM scheduling delay analysis techniques allow the analyst to distinguish critical delays from non-critical delays and calculate their impact on the project duration. Attend this information-packed webinar to: ƒƒ Understand and distinguish between the forensic schedule analysis modeled methodologies ƒƒ Become familiar with the use of the modeled methodologies that “add” activities to the schedule to model events. CPM scheduling is both an art and a science. practical and legal considerations that a delay analyst makes. He has extensive experience in transportation. and problems with implementing a Retrospective TIA. Learn what works for forensic scheduling and delay analysis from experts with hands-on experience 5 .

He is a registered architect and attorney. Navigant’s Global Construction Practice Discretionary logic — the type of logic that is not dictated by either the contract or the physical necessity of the project — continues to cause difficulty for fair and accurate analysis of schedule updates during the course of the project in the construction industry. contractors. John has served as an arbitrator in ICC and UNCITRAL proceedings as well as dozens of times as an expert witness in court and arbitration proceedings throughout the world. FAACE is a Managing Director in San Francisco with Navigant’s Global Construction Practice and is President of the AACE International. Attend this information-packed webinar to: ƒƒ Understand the basics of the major forensic delay methodologies ƒƒ Gain information on the role of discretionary logic in CPM schedules ƒƒ Discover how to consider and address discretionary logic in forensic applications ƒƒ Identify which FSA methodologies can address discretionary logic with little problem ƒƒ Determine how to adapt some methodologies to appropriately address discretionary logic Your Presenter J ohn Livengood. Learn what works for forensic scheduling and delay analysis from experts with hands-on experience 6 . He has more than 40 years of experience in construction. designers and governmental entities on large (and a few small) projects of all types. design. Contemporary Period Analysis and Collapsed As-Built. October 27 Forensic Schedule Analysis & Discretionary Logic  John Livengood. claims and delay analysis and development as well as litigation support. AIA. Further. Thursday. As-Built. He is active in numerous professional associations including the American Bar Association (ABA) and the International Bar Association (IBA). which can assist in identifying the as-built critical path and delay responsibility in projects with significant amounts of discretionary logic. John has developed and defended claims for and against owners. these analytical problems persist in the methodologies associated with post-construction FSA. particularly As-Planned vs.Sessions Sessions Part 4. This webinar will highlight several applications and refinements of existing forensic delay methodologies. Esq.. This work has generally focused on delay claims with associated productivity and cost issues.

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