Construction delays [electronic resource] : understanding them clearly, analyzing them correctly / Theodore J. Trauner, Jr. ... [et al.].

Contributor(s): Trauner, Theodore JMaterial type: TextTextPublisher: Amsterdam : Boston : Elsevier ; Butterworth-Heinemann, c2009Edition: 2nd edDescription: 1 online resource (xvi, 266 p., [12] p. of plates) : ill. (some col.)ISBN: 9780080957142 (electronic bk.); 0080957145 (electronic bk.); 9781856176774; 1856176770Subject(s): Construction industry -- Management | Production scheduling | Construction projects | Project Schedule Output/Input | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Construction -- GeneralGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Construction delays.DDC classification: 692 LOC classification: TH438 | .T727 2009ebOnline resources: ScienceDirect
Contents:
Project scheduling -- Types of construction delays -- Measuring delays--the basics -- Delay analysis using bar chart schedules -- Delay analysis using CPM schedules -- Delay analysis using no schedules -- Other analysis techniques--their strengths and weaknesses -- The owner's damages due to delay -- The contractor's damages due to delay -- Home office overhead -- Inefficiency caused by delay -- Acceleration -- Other categories of delay damages -- Determining responsibility for delay -- Risk management.
Summary: Delays in construction projects are frequently expensive, since there is usually a construction loan involved which charges interest, management staff dedicated to the project whose costs are time dependent, and ongoing inflation in wage and material prices. Many techniques are used to analyze delays. Some of these methods have inherent weaknesses and should be avoided. This book points out the shortcomings of these faulty methods and explains how a delay analysis should be performed. It then describes specifically how the analysis is done with CPM schedules. A explanation of delays and delay
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Previous ed.: Construction delays : documenting causes, winning claims, recovering costs / Theodore J. Trauner, Jr.

Additional authors: William A. Manginelli, J. Scott Lowe, Mark F. Nagata, Brian J. Furniss.

Includes index.

Project scheduling -- Types of construction delays -- Measuring delays--the basics -- Delay analysis using bar chart schedules -- Delay analysis using CPM schedules -- Delay analysis using no schedules -- Other analysis techniques--their strengths and weaknesses -- The owner's damages due to delay -- The contractor's damages due to delay -- Home office overhead -- Inefficiency caused by delay -- Acceleration -- Other categories of delay damages -- Determining responsibility for delay -- Risk management.

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Delays in construction projects are frequently expensive, since there is usually a construction loan involved which charges interest, management staff dedicated to the project whose costs are time dependent, and ongoing inflation in wage and material prices. Many techniques are used to analyze delays. Some of these methods have inherent weaknesses and should be avoided. This book points out the shortcomings of these faulty methods and explains how a delay analysis should be performed. It then describes specifically how the analysis is done with CPM schedules. A explanation of delays and delay

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