Reviewing Baseline Schedules: Set Your Project Off on the Right Foot
COAA Webinar: February 26, 2020 2:00 - 3:00 PM EDT
Getting an approved baseline schedule on your project can be a challenge. But what if you had a better understanding of how to make the process quicker and easier?
During this session, you’ll learn how to review a baseline schedule, what to look for in a baseline submission, common scheduling shortcomings, and how to properly respond even if you’re rejecting the schedule.
Using what you learn in this session, you can get your project off on the right foot with an effective baseline schedule review.
1. Identify a good baseline schedule
2. Demonstrate how to review baseline schedules
3. Discuss common scheduling shortcomings
4. Apply the proper approach to responding
Mark Nagata is a principal with Trauner Consulting Services. Mark’s expertise lies in the areas of construction claims preparation and evaluation, development and review of critical path method (CPM) schedules, schedule delay analysis, construction claim preparation and evaluation training, dispute resolution, and specification writing.
Mark directs and performs all types of analyses from schedule delay analyses to inefficiency analyses and the calculation of damages. Mark has been qualified as an expert witness and has testified on the issues of delay, cost and damages, and wrongful termination. Mark has also presented at mediation and has extensive experience authoring expert reports, written testimony, interrogatories, discovery requests, questions for deposition and cross-examination; and developing demonstrative trial exhibits.
Mark is a co-author of Construction Delays, Third Edition; was a co-author of Construction Delays: Understanding Them Clearly, Analyzing Them Correctly; and was a co-author of the Alternate Project Delivery: Claims in Design-Build, Guaranteed Maximum Price, and Other Delivery Methods in the book titled Construction Contract Claims, Changes, and Dispute Resolution.
This course has been approved for 1 AIA Learning Unit.
Paid registration only recognizes individual participation and only one person will receive credit for attendance. However, the webinar can be viewed by a group in a conference room setting for no additional cost.
- Member - $99
- Non-member - $149