OverviewThese reference materials will cover how to use today’s project management tools effectively to identify project delays before they are insurmountable. You will learn how to use the schedules persuasively and reliably to measure and quantify project delays. These reference materials will also provide the technical and legal foundation for the techniques presented. You will be brought up-to-date on the very latest scheduling tools and concepts relevant to recognizing and quantifying delays on a construction project. These materials will introduce the concept of the longest path, present a simple way to understand float ownership and tackle the conundrum of concurrent delay. With this reference set you will be able to use the project schedule as a more effective management tool.
•You will be able to discuss the importance of the contemporaneous schedule.
•You will be able to review key best practices essential to early identification and quantification delay.
•You will be able to identify the strengths and weaknesses of different approaches to measure delay.
•You will be able to define a schedule to identify and measure delay.
AuthorsJ. Scott Lowe, P.E., Trauner Consulting Services, Inc.
Self Study Credit - OnDemand WebinarCC0.5
Self Study Credit - CD & Reference ManualCC0.5
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