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Author: Thomas J Driscoll,Stephen B Hurlbut,Scott B Hillman,Michael T Callahan,Jon M Wickwire
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Title: Construction Scheduling: Preparation, Liability, and Claims (Construction Law Library)
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Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business; 2nd 2009 ed. edition (September 1, 2008)
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Construction Scheduling: Preparation, Liability, and Claims (Construction Law Library) by Thomas J Driscoll,Stephen B Hurlbut,Scott B Hillman,Michael T Callahan,Jon M Wickwire



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Construction Scheduling : Preparation Liability and Claims. by Thomas J. Driscoll, Stephen B. Hurlbut, Scott B. Hillman.

Thomas J Driscoll, Jon M Wickwire, Stephen B Hurlbut, Scott B Hillman, Michael T Callahan. Paperback 511 pages. 17. x 25. 4 x 2. 4mm 88. g. Wolters Kluwer Law & Business. Aspen Publishers In. U. Publication City/Country. Philadelphia, United States.

Construction Scheduling: Cumulative Supplement: Preparation, Liability and Claims (Construction Law Library): ISBN 9780471148623 (978-0-471-14862-3) Softcover, John Wiley & Sons, 1996. Construction Scheduling: Preparation Liability & Claims 3e. by Jon M. Wickwire, Thomas J. Hurlbut, Mark J. Groff. ISBN 9780735580558 (978-0-7355-8055-8) Hardcover, Aspen Publishers, 2009.

Construction Scheduling: Preparation, Liability, and Claims, 1994 Cumulative Supplement by. Jon M. Driscoll. Construction, Scheduling: Preparation Liability and Claims: Supplement by. Wickwire, Scott B.

Construction scheduling. preparation, liability, and claims. 2nd ed. Wickwire, Jon M. Wickwire. Published 2003 by Aspen Publishers in New York. Construction contracts, Construction industry, Law and legislation, Production scheduling. Rev. ed. of: Construction scheduling, Jon M. Hurlbut.

Construction Scheduling: Preparation, Liability and Claims. by Michael C. Loulakis, Jon M. Wickwire, Mark R. Berry, Thomas J. ISBN 9780735561298 (978-0-7355-6129-8) Softcover, Aspen Books, 2007.

By Jon M. A valuable resource for those who require a working knowledge of scheduling principles, their implementation under everyday circumstances, and the legal application of those principles. 99 Product Code/ISBN: 9780735529946 Year: 2002 Binding: Hardcover Page Count: 1,130 Publisher: Aspen Publishers. Here is a valuable resource for those who require a working knowledge of scheduling principles, their implementation under everyday circumstances, and the legal application of those principles.

Construction Scheduling by Es. Driscoll, Es. Stephen B. Hurlbut, Esq, Scott B. Number of pages: 1130 Publication Date: 2002-12-19 ISBN-13: 9780735529946.

Construction Scheduling: Preparation, Liability, and Claims, Second Edition, helps today?™s attorneys and construction professionals identify and analyze liabilities and potential contributing causes of delay or schedule disruptions, and prepare for a successful scheduling claim or defense. Comprehensive in scope, yet highly practical in approach, the text goes beyond instruction on CPM methods to help you demonstrate the consequences of delays, the costs of acceleration, and the ramifications of undelivered owner and builder commitments. It thoroughly examines all contractor and owner concerns about construction scheduling and claims preparation or defense, complete with discussions of pertinent case law, precedents, and implications. In one, accessible and comprehensive volume, our experts reveal their best strategies to: Win at the bargaining table or in court with the help of advanced analysis and demonstration methods <
Reviews: 2
Wnex
The book was a long read and made some challenging conclusions but provided me with specific, valuable knowledge in serious construction scheduling topics such as extension of time claims and time impact analysis. The examples included are many as are the case studies. The book opened my mind as to the significant capability the construction schedule can have on making or breaking the profitablility of a compressed project or one that is prone to delays. The book is a must read for consultants on the matter but also important to senior project controls staff.
Hrguig
...who later became a construction lawyer, I cannot recommend this book highly enough. This book was written by pioneers in both fields and merges them very well.

No, its not exactly 'beach reading,' but I particularly liked the ethical aspects that were discussed. Its a very practical book, outlining the cases in logical order and explaining the scheduling process with just the right level of detail.

Scheduling goes to the heart of construction contract 'liquidated damages' disputes, an issue that countless hours are wasted on every day. If more people in the construction industry understood the concepts in this book, and applied them rigorously, we'd all benefit.