Event Details

Event:Construction Claims Management program
Date:August 20 2020, August 21 2020
Location:Instructor-led Live Webinar
Fees:Individual Tickets:
TCA Members - $500.00
Non-members - $600.00

Date & Time: Aug. 20 & 21, 2020 Thu. & Fri. 1pm – 5pm

Location: Zoom Meeting


In these uncertain times of COVID-19, the potential for legal disputes is likely increased as contracting parties seek to determine and resolve who must pay for the increased prolongation costs and reduced efficiencies. This three (3) units program is designed for professionals in the construction industry looking to advance their understanding of construction claims. The program will provide industry professionals with techniques to manage the unique contractual challenges that come from different construction project delivery methods and which could lead to cost intensive disputes. After this program, the participants will have an in-depth understanding of essential tools to prepare, respond and manage construction claims.


Unit 1: Introduction to Construction Claims Management

  • Understand the legal, contractual and claims framework
  • Expand the understanding of different kind of construction claims
  • Learn about the essential characteristics of a successful and persuasive claim
  • Understand the importance of construction site records and documentation
  • Notice requirements and its compliance

Unit 2: Advanced Construction Claims Management

  • Understand the basics of what needs to be proven (contractor and owner’s perspective)
  • Understand construction scheduling (critical path method) and its contribution to dispute resolution
  • Discover the legal implication of typical scheduling practices
  • Learn about other complex issues such as floats and its ownership, concurrent and pacing delays etc.

Unit 3: Construction Claims – Quantification of Damages

  • Learn about potential damages incurred in construction disputes which include lost productivity, extended project management, unabsorbed overhead, stand by cost etc.
  • Learn about the measurement/quantification approaches which are widely accepted
  • Learn about Delay Analysis Techniques: Impact-As-Planned Method, Window or Snapshot Analysis, As Planned vs. As Built
  • Learn about accepted methods of quantifying unabsorbed overheads such as Eichley and Hudson Formulae

Please note the information obtained from or through this course does not constitute legal advice, but is provided as guidelines for using works for educational purposes.

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Registration Deadline:Aug 21, 2020
Registration is now closed.

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