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Early Completion Schedules - A Form of Contingency Bidding (CCLD62G)

Presented by: James G. Zack Jr.
 
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Issues, Risks and Challenges in Early Completion Schedules and 12 Ways to Defend Against Them!

In the year 1960, courts approved and acknowledged a contractor’s right to complete work early. Shortly afterwards, there started delayed early completion claims, and went on to become somewhat common in the construction industry. Then, and still continuing, this topic has become quite a controversial issue in the industry and many project owners have reportedly refused to accept the schedules with early completion baselines, and others crafted various contractual mechanisms to defeat such claims when and if they occur.

In this webinar, expert speaker James G. Zack, Jr. will provide a background concerning the right of contractor to complete work early, and examine his/her right to seek an equitable adjustment in case there is a delay in completion due to owner’s action. This session will also briefly touch the subject of 12 different ways an owner can defend against early completion schedule claims.

After attending this webinar you will have a better understanding of the issues, risks and challenges concerning early completion schedules and the contractor’s right to complete work early.  You will also understand the risk of refusing to accept a reasonable and achievable early completion schedule. Finally, you will be exposed to the delay early completion claim and some defenses owners can employ to avoid such claims.

Session Highlights:

  • Contractor’s right to complete work earlier than required under the contract: A Background
  • What is an early completion schedule and why some contractors use them on projects?
  • How to review early completion schedules and determine if they are legitimate schedules or claims oriented schedules?
  • Early completion delay claims and what contractors must prove in order to recover damages
  • Contractor’s perceived advantages for creating and submitting an early completion schedule
  • 12 ways an owner to avoid claims oriented early completion schedules
  • 2 forms of early completion schedules common on construction sites
  • How and why early completion schedules are constructed?
  • Issue: Is a contractor obligated to inform an owner of their planned early completion?
  • Review some recent U.S. court decisions concerning early completion schedules
  • Pros and cons of having an early completion schedule on your project

Who Should Attend

  • General Contractors
  • Owner representatives
  • Design professionals
  • Construction managers
  • Attorneys
About Our Speaker(s)

James G. Zack Jr. | Construction Claims Management SpeakerJames G. Zack Jr.
Jim is the Senior Advisor to the recently formed Ankura Construction Forum™. The Forum strives to be the construction industry’s resource for thought leadership and best practices on avoidance and resolution of construction project disputes globally. Jim was the founder and Executive Director of the Navigant Constr... More info

 
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