Lost Productivity Claims
Learn best practices for identification, measurement and recovery of lost productivity claims.
More and more construction claims are including a loss-of-productivity component these days. But too often the claimed amount is not properly substantiated or presented. And loss of productivity is often the reason for other claim elements, such as delay, acceleration and extended overhead.
Understanding what makes a good lost-productivity claim, its strengths and weaknesses, and how to respond will help you prepare, manage, analyze and negotiate them.
Listen to this recorded webinar to learn the latest technical and legal concepts associated with loss of productivity to help them:
The Webinar was excellent. Informative, useful information, and great presentation as to the strengths of each method of claim.
A very practical approach to understanding loss of productivity concepts for Contractors and Subcontractors.
Very informative, very clear and very usable information.
MMC Contractors National, Inc.
- Understand what productivity is and how it should be measured
- Review guidelines, methods, and tools commonly used to measure loss of productivity
- Determine when loss-of-productivity claims can be asserted
- Become familiar with recent developments in how courts and boards have treated loss-of-productivity claims
- Evaluate what types of documentation should be assembled and developed in anticipation of a claim
- Learn what contractual provisions can be used to present (or rebut) and support loss-of-productivity claims
- And much, much more!
This informative session discusses loss-of-productivity component of construction claims, its elements and presentation to minimize risks and to steer your project to success!
Who Will Benefit?
This recorded webinar is a must if you’re a public or private owner, construction manager, contractor, subcontractor, consultant, architect, engineer or attorney.
This event features key insights from our knowledgeable construction experts:
Dr. William C. Ibbs is a recognized professor and expert on the subject of construction and construction claims, particularly cumulative impact of changes, schedule delay and disruption, and loss of labor productivity. He and the associates of his fi rm have also worked and testified on other construction- related issues, such as professional standard of care, personal injury, false claims and loss of business value disputes. He has consulted on projects with a total constructed value of $30 billion all over the world, with clients such as Bechtel, Chevron, Obayashi, the US Navy and various public agencies.