RICS is delighted to invite you to a CPD event run on Critical Path types and significance in Delay Analysis which will be held on the 27 August 2019.
Event overview: If you ever came across an extension of time claim, or had some interest in the topic, you would have probably heard the terms prospective analysis and retrospective analysis. This event attempts to tackle the issue at the most fundamental level, being understanding what a retrospective and/or prospective analysis means when it relates to the project critical path.
Unfortunately, there is no consensus between practitioners for a universal definition of prospective and/or retrospective analysis, making it difficult to understand the mechanics of any analysis by simply looking at the label or name given to the analysis under consideration. Therefore, understanding the types of critical paths and how they affect the outcome of any delay analysis is a vital factor in gaining full and clear understanding of the difference between prospective and retrospective analysis.
- Refresh your understanding of the critical path and cover the main fundamentals
- Get familiar with how to identify a project critical path
- Understand the difference between critical path and longest path in a project
- Learn the types of critical path and how to distinguish between them
- Gain strong understanding of the term’s retrospective and prospective analyses as they relate to critical path
- Understand how critical path types affect delay analyses
Speaker: Walied Abdeldayem| Managing Director| IDEA
About the Speaker
Walied is a planning expert with wide experience in day to day planning and projects control, risk analysis and modeling, as well as delay analysis and forensic planning. He has provided expert advice and expert witness services to contractors, subcontractors, and project owners on various complex construction projects in the Americas, Middle East and North Africa.
Walied has been appointed as delay expert by parties in arbitration proceedings as well as litigation cases. He is well versed in various delay analysis methodologies and techniques and is capable of choosing the most suitable method for the case at hand.
1800 (UAE time) – AdobeConnect call will be open for Audio testing
1830 – 1930 – Presentation
1930 – 2000 – Q&A
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