Lunch & Learn: Perfecting the Fixed Perspective Windows Delay Analysis

On August 1st, 25 AACE Section members and friends assembled for lunch at the office of Rider Levett Bucknall to listen to a presentation on “Perfecting the Fixed Perspective Windows Delay Analysis” by Mr. John D. Jackson. Mr. Jackson has an extensive background in the project management consulting for construction and litigation analysis disciplines. He presented the Fixed Perspective Windows Delay Analysis method which incorporates the strengths of various retrospective methods, while minimizing, if not alleviating the weakness. The result is an analysis that, when prepared correctly, is simple to calculate and easy to defend.

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Mahalo to Mr. Jackson for his insightful presentation and to Rider Levett Bucknall for hosting us.

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Upcoming Event

Lunch & Learn

Perfecting the Fixed Perspective Windows Delay Analysis

Presented by John D. Jackson

Construction Planning, Scheduling, and Delays Expert Oracle Primavera Specialist

Abstract

With the variety of Delay Analysis Techniques available to schedule reviewers and analysts, it is difficult to know and implement the most reliable and effective way of demonstrating an accurate impact calculation caused by delay. Contractual requirements for time extension requests using the common term, “Time Impact Analysis”, are increasingly appearing throughout the construction industry. The AACE International’s Recommended Practices (29R-03) lists nine (9) different analysis methods that are commonly labeled as “Time Impact Analysis”. While each methodology may have its appropriate implementation, certain methodologies can be combined to produce a more reliable and accurate result. In the following paragraphs the Fixed Perspective Windows Delay Analysis (“Analysis”) method will be presented, which incorporates the strengths of various retrospective methods, while minimizing, if not alleviating the weaknesses. The result is an analysis that, when prepared correctly, is simple to calculate and easy to defend.

Date:             Thursday, August 1, 2019

Time:             11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

Location:      1001 Bishop St, Suite 2690 (RLB Office)

Parking:        Affordable parking available

                        (Alii Place, 1099 Alakea Street – allow 5 minute walk)

Cost:              $15 members, $20 non‐members (includes lunch)

RSVP:             by July 29th @ aacehawaiisection@gmail.com