WPL Publishing Co., Inc., publisher of ConstructionPro Week (featuring Construction Claims Advisor),
brings you The Essential Course on Successful Management of Claims & Change Orders - a 16-part training series. The program below is session 5 of 16.
CPM Schedule Review and Analysis —
The Method of Choice to Support Delays and Time Extensions
Recorded on November 19, 2014
Available as an Immediate Download with the Registration for
The Essential Course on Successful Management of Claims & Change Orders

The proof for damages and time recovery of project delays and impact relies almost exclusively on the use of CPM schedules to show both the causes and extent of the delays incurred. Years of case decisions and industry dialogue have resulted in a number of best practices and approaches, both in the use of schedules during the job and for subsequent use in delay-claim support.

Consultant, expert and attorney John Livengood explains the various considerations for use of CPM schedules during the course of a project and in the preparation of a delay analysis.

Attend this webinar to:

  • Understand how a CPM schedule is used on a project and its suitability for delay analysis
  • Identify pitfalls to avoid and other factors in choosing a method
  • Learn about baselines and other steps necessary in preparation for CPM analysis
  • Review considerations of float, early completion and acceleration
  • And much, much more!
 Who Will Benefit?

This webinar is a must if you're a owner, contractor, subcontractor, design professional, engineer, architect,  or attorney.

Register today to learn various considerations for use of CPM schedules during the course of a project to steer it to success!

This event features key insights from our knowledgeable construction expert:

John Livengood is a managing director in the Global Construction Practice of Navigant Consulting, Inc. John has more than 37 years of experience in construction, design, delay analysis and litigation support. He is a registered architect and attorney, with proficiency in architectural design, construction, project management, government contracts, litigation support, mediation, arbitration, and construction litigation. His services have included providing construction cost audits, cost estimation, analysis of change orders, delay and disruption claims, acceleration claims, loss of productivity claims, construction method analysis, and defective design claims.


To register for the Essential Course on Successful Management of Claims & Change Orders and receive a link for the recording of the Identification and Notification of Claims webinar please click here.

16-Part Online Training Series • 90-Minute Sessions • October 15, 2014 to April 15, 2015
30 Expert Instructors • 24 hours of AIA-approved Course Work
All Missed Sessions Are Available for an Immediate Download