Time Extension Delay Claims

Time Extension Delay claims

Time Impact Analysis (TIA) as part of Delay Analysis

Extension of Time Claims for construction projects

Time Extension Delay Claims during construction projects are likely to be expected whenever delays are taking place in the project. They are all extensions that happen due to delays that are beyond the contractor’s control. We consider those Extensions are valid under certain circumstances. Therefore, it is important that we are reviewing these delays professionally. In order to decide whether we should approve them for a time extension or not.

Time Impact analysis

It is a technique to implement time extension delay claims. Our top skilled construction schedulers are performing Time impact analysis professionally. We use it to know the extent of the impact of expected delays in the construction project. We use it in order to forecast the activities of the construction process and analyze the time delays consequences. Time Impact Analysis is also known as What-If analysis.

At Pearls Construction LLC,

Our team of construction delay consultants walks you through the whole process. Starting with a full-detailed delay analysis with respect to the project’s contract and until we consider the time extension claims as an option. Our trained schedulers have experience in different techniques of delay analysis. That what makes us a reliable guide to when your project needs a time extension and when it doesn’t.

During time extensions, in order to support the extension’s approval, there are many steps to follow and documents to prepare. Our Construction consultants have the skills and knowledge it takes to ensure an effective and efficient time extension management. Hence, making sure that your project would get the adequate form of analysis it needs. Starting from identifying its susceptible delays to approving and implementing the studied time extension. And that’s what it needs to remain on its intended construction project schedule, giving the project the optimal completion date.