Recognised methods of programme delay analysis
The selection of one of the above programme analysis methodologies is
conditional upon the factual evidence, the nature of the delays to be analyzed
along with the availability and quality of the progress data and as-built
A successful claim adequately establishes liability, causation and damages.
Liability is based on law whilst establishing causation requires arguments to
be based on facts and demonstration of the cause and effect between the
event and the resultant impact on the programme.
Linx-to will research the contemporaneous records in order to establish the
facts of the delay and demonstrate the cause. The effect on programme such
as delay, disruption and prolongation is measured by Linx-to in the
appropriate programme analysis methodology and written report.
Linx-to provide their specialist forensic and delay analysis services on many
different types of construction projects and for clients at Mediation, Alternate
Dispute Resolution and Adjudication.
- Windows Analysis or Contemporaneous Period Analysis
- Time Impact Analysis (TIA)
- Collapsed As-Built
- Impacted As-Planned
- As-Planned vs. As-Built