ce167f11_DelayClaims_WindowsAnalysis

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1 8.Delay Claims 8.1 Some reasons for delay claims Differing Site Conditions Design Errors or Omissions Changes in Owner s Requirements Unusually Adverse Weather Miscellaneous Factors Force Majeure 8.2 Types of Delays Independent delays Serial delays Concurrent delays 8.3 Categories of possible recovery for schedule delay damages Serial delays Inexcusable delays Excusable delays o Noncompensable delays o Compensable delays Adopted from Saleh Mubarak, P308~312;George R. Stumpf, 2000.
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2 8.Delay Claims Owner Contractor Third Party Origin Compensable (EC) Non-compensable (EN) Excusable Non-excusable Non-compensable (NE) Compensability Non-concurrent Concurrent Timing Project Delays Classification 8.4 Delay Classification
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3 8.Delay Claims 8.5 Schedules used in delay analysis As-Planned Schedule The as-planned schedule represents the contractor’s original plan for completing the work as imposed by the contract documents. As-Built Schedule The as-built schedule shows how the work was actually performed. Entitlement Schedule The entitlement schedule or schedules show when the project would have been completed had certain classes of delays not occurred. Adopted from Saleh Mubarak, P308~312;George R. Stumpf, 2000.
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8.Delay Claims 8.6 Claim Analysis Methods 8.6.4 Windows delay analysis method (Contemporaneous Period Analysis) The windows method divides the as-planned schedule into “windows” or “snapshots” of time and allocates delays during that time frame to the responsible parties. The method looks at each snapshot of the project in light of the information that the parties had when the delay occurred. Schedules used: As-Planned. Additional information required: periodical schedule updates or other project documents showing project progress and delays Steps: Prepare or recover the as-planned schedule. Select meaningful window periods. Add the actual progress and all the delays that occurred during the first window period. Run the updated schedule. Calculate non-excusable delays, excusable non-compensable delays, and excusable compensable delays that happened during the window period. Repeat steps 3-5 for all windows, using the updated schedule as the basis for each run.
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course CIVIL AND 167 taught by Professor Ibbs during the Fall '11 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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