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Modified Isolated Delay Type Technique

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Modified Isolated Delay Type Technique

Golnaraghi, Sasan and Alkass, Sabah (2012) Modified Isolated Delay Type Technique. Construction Research Congress 2012 . pp. 90-99.

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Abstract

Construction projects are complex, from their design to the execution phase. Delivering a project on time is unpredictable due to the inherent uncertainty. Delays are normally considered to be an inseparable part of construction projects. Delays often lead to claims for costs incurred. Assessing construction claims caused by delays is complicated, as are the proceedings for achieving claim resolution. Loss of anticipated revenue, opportunity cost, increased overhead, cost escalation and liquidated damages are some of the main reasons for delay claims from key project stakeholders. A sound request for a delay claim must be supported by a reliable delay analysis technique. This paper discusses a new technique that is capable of evaluating concurrent delays. The technique is windows-based; therefore, it can trace all of the changes in the critical path(s). Apportionment of delay accountability may result in a false outcome if the effect of concurrent delays and changes in the critical path is overlooked. The procedures of this proposed technique are explained. The technique was tested against a hypothetical case and compared to existing delay analysis techniques with satisfactory results. The proposed technique allocates delays among the different project parties.

Divisions:Concordia University > Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science > Building, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Authors:Golnaraghi, Sasan and Alkass, Sabah
Journal or Publication:Construction Research Congress 2012
Date:2012
ID Code:974436
Deposited By:SASAN GOLNARAGHI
Deposited On:03 Jul 2012 16:24
Last Modified:04 Jul 2012 01:38
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