Construction Delays, Third Edition, provides the latest specialized tools and techniques needed to avoid delays on construction projects. These include institutional, industrial, commercial, hi-rise, power and water, transportation and marine construction projects. Most other references provide only post facto construction delay analysis. This update includes 18 chapters, 105 sections and approximately 100 new pages relative to the second edition.
- Features greatly expanded discussion of the project management concerns related to construction delays, including a more comprehensive discussion of the development and review of the project schedule
- Offers a detailed analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the most common construction delay approaches and how they should be properly deployed or avoided
- Includes significant discussion of the contract provisions governing scheduling, the measurement of delays and payments for delay
- Includes numerous real world case studies
This helpful reference explores the latest tools and techniques used to avoid construction delays in various types of capital projects
About the Author
William A. Manginelli has extensive experience in project management, scheduling, construction change analysis, and surety completion on many types of projects including institutional, industrial, commercial, hi-rise, power and water, transportation, and marine construction. His expertise lies in the areas of construction management and the analysis of construction impacts, including delays, inefficiency, acceleration, and damages.
Scott Lowe, P.E., has directed and performed all types of analyses related to claims including delay and inefficiency (typically using measured mile for inefficiency); assessed responsibility for contract changes; and calculated various types of delay damages. He has evaluated problems and offered solutions on almost every type of project including transportation, water and wastewater treatment, power, process and manufacturing, medical, educational, commercial, correctional, hotels, condominiums, residential, and athletic facilities. He has worked on projects large and small throughout the US and internationally.
A nationally recognized construction expert in scheduling, construction management, cost overruns/damages, construction means and methods, and delay and inefficiency analysis, Ted has either managed construction or evaluated problems on virtually every type of project including transportation, water/wastewater treatment, power, process and manufacturing, medical, educational, commercial, correctional, hotels, condominiums, residential housing, and athletic facilities.
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