Understand Why the 4 Forensic Schedule Analysis (FSA) Methods May Give Different Results and Learn to Quantify and Reconcile the Differences
Perceived wisdom within the construction industry is that different Forensic Schedule Analysis (FSA) methods produce different results on the same set of facts or information. There are many potential variables independent of the methods that could cause this, such as the analyst's bias or the quality of the method's implementation. However, some experts are of the opinion that different results are generated by the methods themselves and that some methods may be potentially defective. The pertinent question is whether the different methods actually generate different answers when applied properly to the same set of facts or are the observed differences natural aspects of the methods that can be documented and quantified?
This session with expert speaker John Livengood will explore this question. John will examine a specific set of facts and will apply each of the four major FSA methods - the As-Planned vs. As-Built, Contemporaneous Period Analysis, Retrospective TIA, and Collapsed As-Built - to those facts. If the methods generate different results, he will explain how and why the different results occur, how to quantify them and reconcile the differences and what conclusions a FSA expert should draw from these differences.
In this session, you will explore the different Forensic Schedule Analysis (FSA) methods and discuss the four major FSA methods.
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Who should attend
John Livengood is a Managing Director with Navigant's Global Construction Practice and has 40 years of experience in construction, design, delay analysis and litigation support. John's areas of expertize include: construction, construction management, government contracts, litigation support, mediation, arbitrati... More info
Patrick M. Kelly
Patrick Kelly is an Associate Director in the Global Construction Practice. He provides services in construction management, contracting, project controls, scheduling, Earned Value analysis, Forensic Schedule Analysis for delay and disruption, and Claims & Disputes Resolution. He has extensive experience in transp... More info