Tag Archives: productivity

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

Tracking Performance = Tracking Profitability

If you mention tracking performance on a construction site, there will likely be some eye rolling; however, the mention of tracking profitability may elicit a much different response. If more contractors viewed tracking performance as being related to tracking profitability, more contractors may embrace it. Continue reading Tracking Performance = Tracking Profitability

Middle East Consultant article series

In a two-part series at ME Consultant, Craig Gibson writes about quantifying and demonstrating disruption on construction projects, formulating disruption claims, and establishing causation; and discusses potential methods to quantify the financial effect of productivity lost through disruption. Continue reading Middle East Consultant article series