What Is a Schedule Good for? A Study of Issues Posed by Schedules on Complex Projects
by Robert M. D’Onofrio (CPMI) and Anthony L. Meagher
Construction lawyers and scheduling consultants have long grappled with the various methods of analyzing schedule delays. Recently, efforts have been made to establish common nomenclature and consensus regarding preferred methods. This article, published by the American Bar Association, Construction Lawyer, explores those efforts, offers suggestions as to the application of preferred methods, and discusses related considerations in drafting contract schedule provisions.