Category Archives: Forensic Schedule and Delay Analysis

Claims and Disputes: Claims Avoidance Strategies and Building a Sound Claims Defense

Avoiding or minimizing claims requires a conscientious approach to contract drafting and project planning as well as a proactive approach with adequate management and control techniques during the project execution phase. Continue reading Claims and Disputes: Claims Avoidance Strategies and Building a Sound Claims Defense

Osgoode Certificate in Construction Law: Western Canada Edition

Rick Moffat and Niamh Ni Chroinin were program faculty and discussed “Construction Claims – Legal and Technical: Extras, Change of Scope, Productivity, Delay and Impact Claims, Quantifying Loss” on March 1. Continue reading Osgoode Certificate in Construction Law: Western Canada Edition

Construction Super Conference

Andres Alva took part in a session on “New Technologies in Construction and Its Forensic Application.” Continue reading Construction Super Conference