- Unforeseen site conditions.
- Change orders from the owner.
- Redesigns of project components.
- Delays in making timely decisions.
- Errors or omissions by the architect (e.g., deficient drawings, specs, etc.)
What is a delayed claim?
A delay claim is a maneuver that asserts that a project has been delayed due to an activity or inactivity of a site owner or developer.
How is construction delay claim calculated?
The formula is calculated as follows: Overhead allocable to the contract equals contract billings divided by total billings for the contract period times total company overhead for the contract period. Daily contract overhead equals allocable overhead divided by days of performance.
What is the purpose of delay damages?
Each party is therefore better able to manage the risk of delay in the completion of the project.” The FIDIC Guide to the 1999 Rainbow Suite takes a similar view, noting that the purpose of Delay Damages is to compensate the Employers for losses they suffer as a consequence of delayed completion.
What are five common reasons for delays to a construction schedule?
- Poor duration scheduling and planning of resources.
- Contractor's financial difficulties.
- Delay in approval of completed work.
- Slow delivery of materials.
- Poor site organization and coordination between various parties.
What is the method of delay analysis in construction?
- Impacted As-Planned.
- Collapsed As-Built.
- As-Planned vs.
- Time Impact Analysis (TIA)
- Windows Analysis.