Delay Analysis in construction requires painstaking attention to detail and several overlapping skills. For example, the use of planning software is only effective when combined with a thorough understanding of construction logic and rules of contract. Rowfield’s delay analysts are Chartered Engineers or Chartered Construction Managers, and also accredited by the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. They are professionally qualified in all aspects of delay analysis.
If you are a contractor or sub-contractor, our dual qualified delay analysts can review all contractual notices and contemporary records and prepare a compliant extension of time claim, helping to maximise your position. If you are not achieving the extension of time awards that you should be, and experiencing delay damages, Rowfield can provide contractual notice templates and guidance to avoid this problem on future projects. If you are an employer, we can provide support in assessing extension of time claims that have been submitted by contractors.
Our delay analysts have in-depth knowledge of the Society of Construction Law’s Delay and Disruption Protocol 2nd Edition, and follow that guidance when necessary. They are experienced in both prospective and retrospective methods of delay analysis, including critical path, time impact, windows, as-built-versus-as-planned and as-built-but-for-analysis.
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Rowfield are a firm of Chartered Quantity Surveyors that provide commercial management, dispute resolution and project support services to the construction industry.