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(CDR-1278) Disruption Analysis by CPM Out-of-Sequence Methodology

Primary Author: Dr Fredric L. Plotnick PE

Audience Focus: Advanced
Application Type: Application
Venue: 2013 AACE International Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, USA

Abstract: Delay to an activity may not lead to delay of the project. However, such delay may lead to a disruption to the contractor’s anticipated means and methods and be the basis for a claim. Delays imposed upon many activities may also lead to a resource driven delay to the project. This presentation will address a means to determine the costs of disruption at the activity level and to analyze the cumulative impact to cost and schedule at the project level. This analysis may then be compared to the more traditional methods of measurement of impact of disruption, such as the measured mile approach to determine loss of productivity, and other “big picture” analyses.