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Construction Schedule Delays, 2019 ed.

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Format: Book - hardbound
Brand: LegalWorks
Copyright: 2019
ISBN: 9781731920348
Service #: 41501708
Sub #: 41501709
Pages: 1192
Shelf Space: 2 in.
Publication frequency: Updated annually
Update method: No updating

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Construction Schedule Delays bridges many divides in construction disputes, affecting proof of liability and damages, and requiring both legal and technical acumen to apply correctly and consistently. As a result, the field represents one of the more complicated subsets of construction law.

Coauthored by a construction lawyer and an engineer, Construction Schedule Delays deftly connects both the legal and technical aspects of the topic from an easy-to-understand, but detailed presentation of law and examples. With more than 1,000 pages, this work represents one of the most comprehensive treatises on the subject.

Features include:

  • A discussion of the major delay analysis methods in use today.
  • Reviews of legal aspects of other critical topics, such as basics of CPM scheduling, concurrent delay, and constructive acceleration.
  • A comparison of 14 different schedule delay analysis methods, all applied to the same fact pattern, analyzing their strengths and weaknesses.
  • More than 226 case references to specific schedule delay analysis methods, summarizing the legal acceptance of each method, a review of industry guidance on the subject, and recommended guidelines for schedule delay analysis. 
  • A comprehensive review of more than 218 disruption cases spanning six chapters and covering court and board acceptability of methods for proving disruption.