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ASCE 67-17

Schedule Delay Analysis

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Organization: ASCE
Publication Date: 1 January 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 34
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The 35 guidelines in this standard allow for segmentation of responsibility for delay to intermediary milestones and to the project completion date. They also enable delay damages or liquidated damages to be calculated by utilizing critical path method schedule techniques and preparing a schedule delay analysis. The guidelines in this standard are based on principles of schedule delay analysis in the following categories:

• Critical path,

• Float,

• Early completion,

• Chronology of delay,

• Concurrent delay,

• Responsibility for delay,

• Changing schedules after the fact, and

• Acceleration.

The application of such principles should be based on the terms of the contract, contract administration, consistency in application, and legal precedent.

These standard guidelines provide commentary, support for, and explanations of this ASCE standard committee's list of guidelines. The definitions of terms is included for reference as used within the context of this standard.

 

Document History

ASCE 67-17
January 1, 2017
Schedule Delay Analysis
The 35 guidelines in this standard allow for segmentation of responsibility for delay to intermediary milestones and to the project completion date. They also enable delay damages or liquidated...
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