Construction Scheduling. Impacts of Unrecognized Owner Delays!

Delay outputsAs construction scheduling professionals, we’ve all worked on projects which have been impacted by an owner delay which was not recognized as valid by the owner.

This happens. We have to deal with it. Some general examples that come to mind are:

  1. Unrecognized change in the owner’s program resulting in a change to the contract scope of work and design.
  2. Unrecognized unforeseen condition which changed the geotechnical design or suspended the project until remediation work could be completed.
  3. Unrecognized specification or drawing ambiguity or omission resulting in additional or changed work.
  4. Unrecognized delays for owner operations not included in the bid docs.

What types of schedule delay events have you seen? How did you, as a construction scheduling professional manage them? How did the project team manage them?

I’m interested in hearing your stories!

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Paul Epperson CCM, PMP, PSP, PMI-SP

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