There always seem to be excuses for not being able to prove that a problem has caused the contractor to be inefficient. Owners often rightly complain that contractors don’t document the problem. Contractors often rightly complain that owner’s documentation expectation can be unreasonable. And both parties often refuse to acknowledge the legitimate concerns and limitations under which the other operates. This webinar will explore these issues using case studies of real projects, showing how the difficulties associated with documenting and evaluating inefficiency and how the problems illustrated by the case study can be avoided. Several case studies are employed on a variety of projects dealing with several issues associated with quantifying inefficiencies in construction.
Join this webinar with Bill Haydt, where he describes the difficulties associated with documenting & evaluating inefficiencies and how to avoid problems associated with such inefficiencies.
Overview of Scheduling Methods
We will go over the five types of schedules;
Baseline or As-Planned Schedule
We will go over the various types of inefficiencies and how to best identify them
Review of what causes inefficiencies
Documenting Delays and Inefficiencies
We will cover what you will need for your documentation process, such as contemporaneous documentation, schedule reviews and approvals, and daily reports, logs, and diaries
How to Calculate Damages
What needs to be considered when calculating damages
Overview of the different methods of calculation the core damage categories
Why You Should Attend:
By attending this webinar you will learn to define key terms related to the measurement of inefficiency on construction projects. Your Ability to identify potential sources of inefficiency will be increased by many folds. You will also Gain ability to describe the legal foundation for recovery of costs due to inefficiencies. You will gain Understanding how to list & describe basic approaches to the measurement of inefficiency and Learn to calculate the damages associated with inefficiency.
Who Should Attend:
All construction professionals interested in having successful projects and learning how to evaluate and quantify inefficient labor that can negatively affect the success of their projects.
You may ask your Question directly to our expert during the Q&A session.
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Director and Shareholder at Trauner Consulting Services, Inc.
Provides Critical Path Method (CPM) schedule development, updating, and time extension preparation services to contractors, and CPM schedule review and time extension evaluation services to public and private owners
Qualified in federal court as an expert in construction scheduling and delay analysis; expertise lies in the areas of construction claims preparation and evaluation, development and review of critical path method (CPM) schedules, delay analysis, lost productivity, damages, and dispute resolution
Analyzed construction performance on a wide array of projects, including highways, bridges, airports, wastewater treatment plants, power plants, chemical process plants, government installations, pipeline systems, correctional facilities, hi-rise and low-rise structures, commercial facilities and residential housing units
Evaluated and helped resolve construction claims involving delay, inefficiency, acceleration and other impacts related to differing site conditions, design deficiencies, changes, and owner, designer and contractor performance through negotiation, mediation, arbitration and litigation
Certified and award-winning instructor for Federal Highway Administration’s National Highway Institute courses, including Managing Highway Contract Claims: Analysis and Avoidance
Presented dozens of seminars, webinars, and construction claims-related presentations across the country
B.S. degree in Civil Engineering, Drexel University
J.D. degree, Temple University James Beasley School of Law