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Gowhar Mir
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Hi there.

We submitted a baseline at the start of the project that was approved and had been following the same for some time. Then we revised the baseline by changing the construction methodology to change the sequence of activities and also the duration of some activities keeping the Project Finish Date same as in the original baseline. Now we need to submit an EOT claim, I want to ask you that should we prepare out EOT based on the original baseline or the revised baseline?

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Zoltan Palffy
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use the approved schedule that was in effect during the time of the delay. 

Mohamed Abraar
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you are not allowed to revise the baseline if it was already approved by Client/Main Contractor.

dhon bartolome
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hi, 

Use the revised Baseline. 

vinay kumar
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Use the same approved revised baseline for time claim.

Zoltan Palffy
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use the approved schedule that was in effect during the time of the delay. 

vinay kumar
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Hi,

The latest approved programme is always a reference for the claim. However, programme to be used is to be determined based on the period during which the delay event has occured. Assume that your delay event has occured during the period where you were using the first programme. Then you need to use that programme if the logic established in it is strong enough to substantiate your claim. If the latest programme is more realistic and is representing the correct logic for all the balance works then it is recommended to use the same by reflecting the actuals up to that end of the delay event period.

Gowhar Mir
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The current baseline is the revised approved baseline.  

Zoltan Palffy
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Was the revised basline approved ? IMO it should be based on the current schedule. You will need to show that you were on schedule prior to the delay and then show how whatever it was delayed your schedule.