1 hour 30 minutes
Understand the difference between linear and nonlinear scheduling and how they affect claims.
Many contractors and lawyers have experience with delay, disruption and acceleration claims. However, most are unaware that the preferred and court accepted models for pricing those claims varies greatly depending upon the type and scheduling method used by the project. If a project is linear, the types of notices and the method of presentment of the claim is different. This topic will help both contractors and lawyers understand the difference.
- You will be able to describe the difference between linear and nonlinear scheduling.
- You will be able to recognize ways you can maximize your ability to recover on claims.
- You will be able to discuss linear scheduling theory.
- You will be able to explain why this is a big deal in terms of claims theory.