Forensic Delay Claim

Developing A Forensic Delay Claim

Introduction:

A sound baseline programme and a complete supporting network are essential to accurately monitor and assess progress for any form of forensic critical path delay analysis. When not available, our experience and capability of interrogating contemporaneous records allows us to understand the delay issues and their potential impact.

There are two major forms of analysis; which are known as: a) Retrospective and b) Prospective

Retrospective:

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