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Cumulative Impact Claims

 

Understand the methodologies used to identify and analyze the impacts of a cumulative impact claim.

Change orders on a construction project are commonplace and should be expected by all parties. The costs, both direct and indirect, associated with an individual change order can be readily defined, and thus (to the extent allowed by the contract agreement), easily captured by a contract modification. But what happens there are an excessive number of change orders on a project? What is the effect of an excessive number of change orders on 'unchanged' work? This topic will help all project stakeholders to understand how the number of change orders issued on a project affects the 'unchanged' work and how to quantify that impact. The material will define what a cumulative impact claim is and identify the key components as well as explore various methodologies used to identify and analyze the impacts of a cumulative impact claim.

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David Ponte, P.E., CCM, CFCC

David Ponte, P.E., CCM, CFCC

Nautilus Consulting, LLC

  • Managing Director at Nautilus Consulting, LLC
  • More than 35 years of experience in the design, construction, and management of large, complex construction projects
  • Experience includes the preparation of detailed construction cost estimates and project budgets; development of large, complex CPM schedules, and the preparation/analysis of construction claims
  • Has provided strategic risk management and dispute resolution expertise to owners, contractors, design professionals, insurance carriers, and attorneys
  • Contributing author to several construction claim-related publications, has published several articles on construction cost estimates, and has presented on numerous topics pertaining to construction claims
  • Areas of expertise include the forensic analysis of complex design and construction issues; development and analysis of multifaceted CPM schedules; preparation of detailed expert opinions/reports encompassing both technical and quantum construction issues; as well as the development & analysis of construction costs and budgets
  • B.S. degree in civil engineering, Marquette University
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