Alternate Project Delivery Claims
Richard Burnham & Mark Nagata, PSP
Learn best practices for dealing with claims for design-build, GMP and other delivery methods.
Alternate project delivery methods require alternate methods of identifying and analyzing changes. Each alternative project delivery method produces its own unique challenges in dealing with the determination of costs and what exactly constitutes a change order.
With the use of the alternate delivery methods that gaining the popularity, the circumstances are often present in a way that's not described in any agreements. These variations can affect the analysis of change. So it's very important to identify and use the correct baseline against which potential changes should be measured.
Listen to Richard Burnham and Mark Nagata to learn how anticipated and unanticipated costs are determined when using GMP, Design-Build and related project delivery methods [Integrated Project Delivery (IPD), Open Book Accounting (OBA) and Engineer, Procure & Construct (EPC)] and how to:
- Identify the baseline for measuring changes
- Deal with less than 100% complete contract documents
- Work with allowances and contingencies
- Evaluate scope and Value Engineering changes
- Review recommended clauses and best practices to reduce risk and avoid disputes
- And much, much more!
Who Will Benefit?
This recorded webinar is a must if you’re a public or private owner, construction manager, contractor, subcontractor, consultant, architect, engineer or attorney.
This event features key insights from our knowledgeable construction experts:
Richard Burnham is a construction industry executive and attorney, recently retired as director of Trauner Consulting Services, Inc. Mr. Burnham brings years of hands-on experience with all types of projects and a spectrum of contract delivery methods from a variety of perspectives. His past experience includes serving as a vice president of a major international contractor whose $1 billion plus annual revenue included major building and heavy construction projects for both public and private clients, a senior manager of a major engineering company, an advisor to public transportation agencies and an expert witness regarding the proper administration and analysis of changes, delays, and damages.
Mark Nagata, PSP, is a director and shareholder with Trauner Consulting Services, Inc. His expertise lies in the areas of critical path method scheduling, construction claim preparation and evaluation, dispute resolution, technical document development and cost analysis. He has performed virtually all types of analyses, including delay, productivity and efficiency costs, and the determination of damages on varied projects throughout the U.S. and abroad.