Hands-On EOT and Loss & Expense Claims (with Workshop)

A session at Hands-On EOT and Loss & Expense Claims (with Workshop)

Thursday 20th October, 2016

8:30am to 5:00pm (SMT)

Session 1 - Delays and Their Impact
Is the programme realistic? Has a critical path analysis been produced? What are the
contractual ground for granting extensions of time? Has the contractor or subcontractor complied with the procedures provided for by the contract? Has there been a proper delay analysis undertaken if so which method has been employed? How has the problem of dealing with concurrent delays been tackled? How should the impact of provisional sums be dealt with? What are the contractual duties of the Architect, Engineer or Supervising Officer and have they been complied with? Can the Employer’s rights be affected if the Architect, Engineer or Supervising Officer fails to comply with his / her obligations? What is meant by “time at large”?

Session 2 - Delay Analysis Techniques in Detail
Which delay analysis technique should be used to demonstrate the extension of time entitlement? What are the different techniques commonly available and when should they be used? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each technique? What are the golden rules of presentation?

Session 3 - Prolongation and Acceleration Claims
Dealing with prolongation claims. Which period of time should be evaluated? Do all extensions of time carry an entitlement to financial reimbursement? What evidence should be produced to support the claim? How should the contractor or subcontractor set about proving an acceleration claim? What is the difference between mitigation and acceleration and what is constructive acceleration? Does the contractor or subcontractor have to prove loss to become entitled to levy a claim? How reliable are the contractor or subcontractors records?

Session 3 - Prolongation and Acceleration Claims

Dealing with prolongation claims. Which period of time should be evaluated? Do all extensions of time carry an entitlement to financial reimbursement? What evidence should be produced to support the claim? How should the contractor or subcontractor set about proving an acceleration claim? What is the difference between mitigation and acceleration and what is constructive acceleration? Does the contractor or subcontractor have to prove loss to become entitled to levy a claim? How reliable are the contractor or subcontractors records?

Session 4 - Disruption, Head Office Overheads and Other Items of Expenditure
Disruption claims; what methods are available to the contractor or subcontractor to establish an entitlement? What is the measured mile? How good are the labour and plant records? Is it possible where records do not exist to merely assess the costs involved? How should the contractor or subcontractor set about recovering a contribution to head office costs? How valid are the formula methods such as Hudson and Emden? Is there an entitlement to payment of interest or finance charges? Can contractors and subcontractors recover the cost of preparing claims?

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Time 8:30am5:00pm SMT

Date Thu 20th October 2016

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