Article Date: 09/20/2009


EDITOR'S NOTES | Issue 7-37


Contractors frequently support delay claims with "as-built" schedules. When compared to an as-planned schedule, an as-built purports to show the impact of the other party's shortcomings on critical path construction activities, thereby establishing compensable delay. The problem is that as-built schedules are usually not maintained contemporaneously with contract performance. They are generated after a dispute has arisen.

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