C9M2 Preparing for the Claim & Delay Analysis

C9M2 Preparing for the Claim & Delay Analysis

In Module 2 we cover how you should prepare for your claim. We examine the project records that should be maintained in order to substantiate the claim. We also show the usefulness of preparing a simple database and timeline for the event to assist in efficiently managing the claim.

Module 2 also covers delay analysis. Here, we look at the Contractor’s programme for the project, discuss the principles of delay analysis and discuss the different types of delay analysis which may be used. We discuss the time impact delay analysis which was prepared for the claim and the calculation and demonstration of the extension of time claimed.

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C9M3 Cost Calculations

C9M3 Cost Calculations

This module examines the various costs which may be claimed and shows how the costs should be calculated and demonstrated for inclusion in the claim.

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C9M1 The Case Study, Potential Claims & Notices

C9M1 The Case Study, Potential Claims & Notices

Module 1 is split into three. We first introduce a case study, including the contractual details, and the event which leads to a claim. We then look at this event to ascertain the claims which the Contractor is entitled to make before moving on to examine the notice provisions of the Contract to ensure compliance with the Contractor’s obligations. We’ll also discuss and illustrate what suitable notices should look like.

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