<p> <b><i>Construction Scheduling: Preparation, Liability, and Claims, Second Edition</i></b>, helps today’s attorneys and construction professionals identify and analyze liabilities and potential contributing causes of delay or schedule disruptions, and prepare for a successful scheduling claim or defense. </p> <p> Comprehensive in scope, yet highly practical in approach, the text goes beyond instruction on CPM methods to help you demonstrate the consequences of delays, the costs of acceleration, and the ramifications of undelivered owner and builder commitments. It thoroughly examines all contractor and owner concerns about <b>construction scheduling</b> and claims preparation or defense, complete with discussions of pertinent case law, precedents, and implications. </p> <p> In one, accessible and comprehensive volume, our experts reveal their best strategies to: </p> <ul> <li> Win at the bargaining table or in court with the help of advanced analysis and demonstration methods </li> <li> Avoid claims with the help of indisputable scheduling documentation </li> <li> Identify poor or unreasonable scheduling specifications, failures to honor implied warranties, acts constituting disruption, and compensable delays </li> <li> Discover the use, and abuses, of standard CPM techniques </li> <li> See how to develop and deliver time-impact-analysis evidence that is fully comprehensible </li> </ul> <p> From the creation of the schedule to the successful conclusion of the project, <b><i> Construction Scheduling: Preparation, Liability, and Claims, Second Edition</i></b> provides the most complete and practical resource on the major elements of the <b>construction scheduling</b> life cycle you’ll find anywhere. </p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p>
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For those who require a working knowledge of construction scheduling principles and their legal implications. Special emphasis is placed on planning and implementing the schedule as a management tool and the application of scheduling principles and procedures by courts and boards of contract appeals. The main areas covered are: how to schedule and who is responsible; legal responsibilities of scheduling; using the schedule to calculate delay and lost productivity claims, dispute resolution of scheduling claims, and the role of the expert.
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