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On civil construction projects, engineering firms are often tasked with providing oversight during the construction phase. But what can YOU do when a construction project is delayed?

Savvy contractors know how to ensure that their CPM schedule updates recover or hide their delay while at the same time showing the owner delaying the project (whether or not it is true).

This webinar will provide a clear and concise description of CPM construction scheduling and will show attendees, with real-life examples, how contractors hide their own delays and request time extensions for which they may not be due.

Most importantly, we’ll discuss what you can do when this situation inevitably occurs.

At the end of the day, time is perhaps the most precious commodity on your projects. Don’t miss this new ACEC webinar. Register today.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand key construction scheduling and delay terminology
  • Identify ways that contractors hide their delays in their schedule updates
  • Learn how to find contractor-caused delay in their schedule updates
  • Determine when a contractor may be due a time extension

About the Speaker: Mark Nagata is a Director/Shareholder of TRAUNER and is an expert in the areas of critical path method scheduling, delay and inefficiency analysis, and construction claim preparation and evaluation. He loves to get questions at

Course Type

Online Class

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On Demand, Online, Self-Paced

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