Delay

    • HOW DOES YOUR CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT TREAT FLOAT

      Although there are different types of construction schedule float and more technical definitions, the definition that makes sense to me is that float is the amount of time a particular activity can be delayed without that activity delaying the project’s completion date (substantial completion date).

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  • NEED CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT IN FLORIDA? CONSIDER THESE COURSES

    … from a breakfast-and-learn or lunch-and-learn. Please contact David Adelstein at dadelstein@gmail.com or (954) 361-4720 if you have questions or would like more information regarding this article. You can follow David Adelstein on Twitter @DavidAdelstein1. This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged breakfast-and-learn, contract risk, delay, delay allocation, effective project documentation, effective project management, lunch-and-learn, project documentation by David Adelstein. Bookmark the permalink.…

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  • THE CONSTRUCTION PROJECT IS LATE – ALLOCATION OF DELAY

    … and contractor on any late construction project. Now the fun begins regarding the allocation of the delay! Through previous articles, I discussed that in this scenario the burden really falls on the contractor to establish that the liquidated damages were improperly assessed against it and, thus, it is entitled to additional time and extended general…

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  • BURDEN OF PROOF CHALLENGING ASSESSMENT OF LIQUIDATED DAMAGES

    … be necessary, to analyze the critical path of the schedule to isolate excusable delay and any concurrent delay establishing that although the project was late there were events or issues that would reduce or fully negate the number of days the owner is assessing liquidated damages for. Please contact David Adelstein at dma@kirwinnorris.com or (954) 759…

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  • CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULING IS AN IMPORTANT TOOL

    …@kirwinnorris.com or (954) 759-0026 or (407) 740-6600 if you have questions or would like more information regarding construction scheduling. You can follow David Adelstein on Twitter @DavidAdelstein1 and Facebook at Florida Construction Legal Updates. This entry was posted in acceleration, Charts, Delay Damages and tagged acceleration, construction scheduling, CPM, critical path, delay, inefficiency, scheduling by David Adelstein. Bookmark the permalink.…

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