of project management that are primarily focused
on understanding the causes of project issues and
problems and/or developing and assessing the
implication of issues or problems.
Causes of project failure:
- Casewatch Reports - a series of reports
describing Australian court judgements that
affect project and construction management: go
to the casewatch summary page
Forensic cost analysis and reporting:
- Delay and Disruption - Forensic time analysis
Assessing Delay and Disruption
- Tribunals Beware. Delay claims, linked
to disruption and acceleration cost claims are
common. This paper is designed to help ADR and
legal professionals understand the options
available to disputants in assessing ‘delay’ to
help them quickly cut through the fog of
expertise present in many major disputes to
achieve a speedy determination.
Delays in Contracts. The concept of
concurrent delay is a strongly contested topic
in the building and construction industry.
The aim of this paper is twofold. The
first is to identify the variety of principles
or methodologies that may be followed in
resolving parallel delays disputes. The second
is to outline the various practical aspects
relating to dealing with concurrent delays
Concurrent and Parallel Delays.
A review of independent, serial and concurrent
- Blg: Dealing with client delay.
Preventing or minimising client induced delay is
a common issue. Whilst this type of delay
can never be completely eliminated, they can be
reduced by applying this pragmatic six stage
- The AACEi Recommended Practice No. 29R-03
FORENSIC SCHEDULE ANALYSIS can be downloaded
(free download for AACEi members, - non-members
purchase for US$50)
- The Society of Construction Law (SCL) Delay
and Disruption Protocol provides guidance to all
parties to the construction process when dealing
with time/delay matters. The SCL Protocol can be
downloaded from: http://www.scl.org.uk/
(free for personal use). See also the Guide to Good Practice in the
Management of Time in Complex Projects.
Claims & Expert Witness: Including claims
presentation and the legal aspects of forensic