RICS is delighted to invite you to a CPD event run on Types of and rationale in the selection of delay analysis methodology which will be held on the 21 April 2020
Summary of the topic: The topic of the presentation will be on the following areas:
- Types of delays.
- Different types of delay analysis methodology
- Difference between dynamic and static methods.
- Application of delay analysis methodologies in given circumstances.
- Advantages and disadvantages of different delay analysis methods
In the ever-expanding field of ‘delay analysis’ the selection of the correct methodology is becoming more and more important. This presentation outlines the types of methodologies available to the delay analyst and the reasons for the selection of a particular method in a given circumstance.
- Types of delay.
- Criteria for selection of delay analysis technique.
- Key requirements for undertaking an analysis.
- Advantages and disadvantages of different delay analysis methodologies commonly practiced in the Construction industry with particular focus on the Middle East.
Speaker: Haresh Jayanth | Forensic Delay Claim Analyst | Driver Trett
About the Speaker
Haresh Jayanth Forensic delay claim specialist currently working for Driver Trett in Muscat, Oman. He specializes in the preparation of delay analysis and holds Architecture and Project Management degrees.
With 19 years’ experience in project control and forensic planning on construction projects he has worked for contractors and in consultancy in UAE, Qatar, India and currently in Oman on a wide variety of projects ranging including the building sector, oil & gas and infrastructure
Bank of Muscat
1800 to 1830 – Coffee, networking & registration
1830 to 1835 – Introduction of the speaker and RICS updates
1835 to 1935 – Speakers Presentation
1935 to 2000 – Q&A
Please note: We are unable to reserve a place at this event unless you made a booking through this portal.
The presentation will start promptly at 1830. If you have not checked in by this time (1830), you will not be able to claim your 1.5 CPD hours.
All practising RICS members are required to record at least 20 hours of CPD (including a minimum of 10 hours of formal CPD) completed each year. It has come to our attention that certain RICS members in this region have declared as complete CPD events that they have booked but not attended.
Please note that we maintain attendance registers at RICS training and CPD events. We will also be carrying out extra checks on CPD records and, where dishonest recording is identified, the matter will be brought to the attention of the RICS regulation team and may result in RICS pursuing disciplinary action.