In the construction industry, rework is frequent and well known. It drains on the profitability, timeline of the project delivery and productivity of both owners and contractors. Moreover, the requirement for rework may have spinoff or downstream effects for every project stakeholders. The reason behind rework are very familiar: errors and omissions, fabrication changes and errors, operability changes, project enhancements, construction and design changes etc. The impact of rework has never been properly assessed, discussed or studied even though it is very common.
In this webinar, our expert speaker James G. Zack, Jr. will identify and assess the typical expense incurred on various types of projects. It displays how the rework expenses are constantly understated and will provide an estimate of actual "average cost" of rework. James will also recognize the average effect of rework on the duration of project in regard to time as well as the expense of liquidated damages and unrecoverable extended overheads. You will also get to know various practical methods which can be employed by contractors and owners to substantially reduce both the time and cost impact or rework.
This webinar may well be the first time attendees have ever been exposed to the causes, the cost and the time impacts of rework on typical construction projects and ways to avoid such impacts.
Who should attend?
James G. Zack Jr.
James G. Zack Jr. is the Executive Director of the Navigant Construction Forum – the construction industry’s global resource for thought leadership and best practices on avoidance and resolution of construction project disputes globally. Formerly, Executive Director, Corporate Claims Management for Fluor Co... More info