Our programmers consider the audience for the delay claim analysis, the costs involved with adopting a particular method and the respective benefits, and the ease or difficulty that may arise in communicating the results in a credible, comprehensible manner.
The selection of a particular delay claim analysis method should be based on professional judgement, direct experience, diligence, research and case-particular evaluation. Each incidence of a time delay dispute will be unique and influenced by varying factors including the construction contract, circumstances and works undertaken, availability and quality of documentation, willingness of the parties to resolve a dispute, finances, other business obligations, jurisdiction and the method of dispute resolution applied.
There are many criteria for consideration when selecting an appropriate analysis method and RCP’s programmers are highly skilled with creating, updating and monitoring project programs using a variety of these methods. Our programmers are qualified and experienced in identifying project delays and measuring their impact using the following methods of analysis:
- Time impact
- Impacted as planned
- Critical Path Method
- As-planned versus as-built program
- Collapsed as built