Construction Project Management Series: Delays and Disruption (Kuala Lumpur) – a Africa interest event taking place on 2018-03-06 09:00:00 in Malaysia
Programme Overview A construction project can be delayed or disrupted for several reasons. It is crucial to the proposed management of a construction project to understand the relevant events that can trigger a delay or disruption and then implement the correct process to manage the delay or disruption. This one-day course introduces the common causes, prevention and how to manage pro-actively the consequences of project delays. The course emphasises practical instruction and its real-world application. It is also a rare opportunity to learn about the delay analysis. Course Structure Introduction to delays and disruption. Explanation and categorisation of Relevant Events and Good Delay Notice. Explanation of related delays and disruption procedures and duties. Architect or Contract Administrator’s obligations regarding certification. Liquidated and ascertained damages – Extension of time. Methods and examples of demonstrating delays and disruption, cause and effect schedules. Learning Objectives After this programme, you will be able to: Identify the different relevant events of delay and how to manage them. Record delays and disruption and preparing a Delay Notice. Apply your knowledge to Extension of Time Scenarios. Do a cause and effect analysis. Keep records to assist in delay scenarios. Conduct delay analysis: how it is assessed, how results interface with cost claims and other considerations such as concurrency and non-excusable delay. Define the factors to consider when valuing delay, related to prolongation, loss and expense claims. Who Should Attend? Commercial Managers of Construction Companies Quantity Surveyors (Main Contractor and Client Side) Project Managers Employers Agents Contracts Administrators Architects Building Managers Construction Managers About the Trainer George Wall Managing Director of Asgard Project Solutions and a practising Expert Witness. George Wall advises clients internationally on dispute resolution, project and pogramme delivery, project turnaround, contractual and commercial risks and due diligence. He has over 20 years of experience with a particular focus on Heavy Infrastructure, Oil & Gas, Mining and Buildings throughout Asia, the Middle East, Europe and Africa. George has a technical background and significant ongoing practical experience of both domestic and major international projects. This includes working with both Employers and Contractors on the efficient planning and management of multi-billion dollar multi-disciplinary projects from inception through to final completion. George has extensive experience of the development and review of delay claims, assessment of project progress, programmes and supporting documentation to establish the extent of delays, disruption, and acceleration. George has been responsible for a number of international and domestic appointments on major construction projects as an expert advisor and Expert Witness; including the giving of oral evidence.
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