Here is a valuable resource for those who require a working knowledge of scheduling principles, their implementation under everyday circumstances, and the legal application of those principles.
The authors place special emphasis not only on planning and implementing the construction schedule as a management tool, but also on the application of scheduling principles and procedures by the courts and boards of contract appeals.
Some of the more salient issues that arise throughout the life of a construction project included in this book are:
- Drafting scheduling specifications
- Identification of accepted and suggested techniques for CPM claims analysis
- An in-depth look at software abuses
- Alternatives for dispute resolution of claims