Live Webinar- Pricing Contractor Jobsite Overhead Delay Costs
Speaker – James G. Zack
Duration: 90 minutes
Date: May 30, 2023, | Time: 01: 00 PM EST
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In the unpredictable realm of construction projects, delays can wreak havoc on budgets and timelines. As a general contractor or owner, are you prepared to navigate the treacherous waters of compensable delays and their financial aftermath? In this webinar, the general contractors will learn about accepted methods for calculating this crucial element of delay damages, and owners, on the other hand, will be equipped with insights into specifying delay damages in contracts, safeguarding against future disputes.
- In this webinar, attendees will learn about the recoverability of extended field office overhead costs, including what field office overhead is and the typical cost elements. They will learn the basics of calculating extended field office overhead costs.
- The webinar will discuss the various actual cost methods for calculating extended field office overhead and explore the different total cost methods for calculating extended field office overhead costs.
- The speaker will discuss how the jury verdict method may be used to make this delayed damage calculation and learn how stipulated contract methods concerning field office overhead may be employed.
- The webinar will identify what costs must be deducted from the submission of field office overhead costs by the contractor and what are contractor’s obligation to mitigate damages will also be discussed.
Why should you Attend:-
After attending this session, you will emerge with a comprehensive understanding of the intricate issues surrounding the pricing of contractor delay damages. Contractors will be equipped with valuable insights into diverse methods for calculating extended field office overhead costs. On the other hand, owners will discover contractual strategies to predetermine this critical element of delay costs, averting potential disputes and end-of-the-job audits.
Who Should Attend?
- General contractors and their project managers
- Project owners and their representatives
- Design professionals
- Construction managers
- Construction attorneys
- Owners and owner representatives manage capital improvement projects.
- Contractor executives, project managers, project sponsors, and project control personnel.
- Construction managers and design professionals perform services during construction.
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