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Claims and Counterclaims Preparation, Analysis, Assessment and Successful Settlement of Disputes

To have the capability of:

  • analyze dispute causes and their impact on time and cost
  • mediate disputes
  • address claims for unforeseen conditions at the start of the job
  • evaluate claims related to project scheduling and assess claims for variations
  • counterclaim against the contractor
  • resolve claims
These courses are targeted for chief executive officers, finance managers, human resources managers, project managers, engineers and planners, information technology managers.

Content

  • introduction to feasibility studies
  • applicable rules and regulation
  • areas of feasibility studies
  • social, cultural, religious and location study (marketing study)
  • studying the potential market and the potential demand
  • potential demand indicators and estimation of the demand gap
  • other indicators of potential market
  • projection of market demand
  • (case study applied)
  • estimation of demand for a new product
  • estimation of demand changes caused by population changes
  • estimation of demand changes caused by income changes
  • (case study applied)
  • technical know-how selection scheme project flow chart and process mapping
  • final output specifications
  • equipment’s and accessories costing center
  • manpower costing center
  • material costing center
  • utilities and consumables
  • investment profitability analysis
  • simple rate of return
  • pay-back period
  • financial analysis
  • net present value (npv)
  • internal rate of return (irr)
  • financial appraisal of project

Course format: 

  • dispute causes and their impact
  • cost estimation for variations
  • claims for unforeseen conditions at the start of the job
  • claims for variations
  • scheduling provisions
  • emphasis on network analysis techniques
  • techniques for delay with construction project management (cpm)
  • concurrent delays
  • evaluation of claims related to project scheduling
  • substantial completion and contract close-out
  • counterclaims against the contractor
  • set-off claims by the employer
  • liquidated damage claims by the employer
  • claim resolution
  • negotiation and mediation to settle claims by the parties
  • arbitration of claims
  • litigation
  • case studies
 

Claims and Counterclaims Preparation, Analysis, Assessment and Successful Settlement of Disputes

  
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