Correcting Program for Delay analysis

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V Kutty
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Hi,

I am analysing a program for a dispute. The dispute occured part way through the project so the delays are retrospective but the impact is prospective.

My client, I beleive by accident changed a calendar for a future few activities from a 24x7 to a 8hr/day calendar. Effectively slipping the program by a sizeable chunk of time. Can this calendar be corrected back to 24x7 for an arbitration? will the arbitrator accept such a major correction?

Thanks,

Regards,

Vijay

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Mike Testro
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Hi V

Are you acting as an expert witness in an arbitration?

If so you need to be aware of the special requirements needed for such a position.

The question that you have just asked indicates that you do not fully understand your role.

Best regards

Mike T.

Mike Testro
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Hi V

A flawed baseline programme can be rectified provided the analysts explains why it i necessary.

The opposition will challenge the correction and the arbitrator will then decide which is preferable.

Best regards

Mike T.