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Fortior Global are hosting a webinar on Common Methods of Delay Analysis, Float and Concurrency

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Henry sell
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Join us for a free Fortior Global webinar in two parts.

The first is an examination of some of the more common methods of modern delay analysis which utilise CPM network techniques focusing on:

  • As-Planned Impacted or 'What-if' Method
  • As-Built Collapsed or 'But-for' Method
  • 'Time-slice' or 'Window' Method.

We will also give a practical step by step demonstration to highlight the advantages and disadvantages of each type of method and to what extent each method is suitable in EOT Claims.

The second part is an examination of two problem areas:

  • Float
  • Concurrency

Both issues will be discussed whilst reviewing the different CPM techniques along with their contractual implications.

Presenter: Jim Fairchild, CEO and Managing Director of Fortior Global.

Jim has been working in the field of Project Controls for over 25 years and has consulted at the highest levels on some of the region's largest projects. His experience includes infrastructure development, oil and gas, mining and metals, pulp and paper and engineering and construction projects.

The webinar qualifies for 1 CPD point.

Space is limited - Reserve your webinar seat now

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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