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Books, Articles & Presentations of Interest

The following books, articles and presentations have been authored by Long International’s experts.  Our book, Cumulative Impact and Other Disruption Claims in Construction, is authored by Richard J. Long, P.E., P. Eng., Rod C. Carter, CCP, PSP, and Harold E. Buddemeyer, Jr.  Our articles and presentations listed below cover topics ranging from Acceleration Claims to Why Claims Occur.  Please feel free to contact the authors of these articles and presentations with any questions you may have.  For additional information, please contact Tanya V. Miller, MBA, Director of Business Development, at (303) 993-5452.

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Cumulative Impact and Other Disruption Claims in Construction

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A Reasonable Method to Estimate Loss of Labor Productivity Due to Overtime

Acceleration Claims on Engineering and Construction Projects

Achieving Capital Asset Reliability, Availability and Maintainability

Analysis of Concurrent Delay on Construction Claims

Analysis of Concurrent Pacing/Delays

Applications of Monte Carlo Simulations in Dispute Resolution and Claims Work

As-Built But-For Schedule Delay Analysis

Assessment of Problems Associated with Poor Project Management Performance

Avoiding Project Failure by Defining Requirements

Calculating the As-Built Critical Path

Choosing the Most Appropriate Schedule Analysis Method

Claims Management Challenges in the “Modularized” Project Execution Environment

Claims Mitigation for U.S. Nuclear Power Plant Construction: Should Outage Scope Management Principles be Applied?

Commercial Awareness Training for EPC Projects

Considerations for Identifying and Analyzing the Critical Path

Construction Claims Analysis Checklist

Construction Claims for Variation in Quantity

Construction Claims in South America

Construction Claims Prevention

Construction Contract Notice Letters

Constructive Changes

Contemporaneous Period Schedule Analysis Methodology

Contract Scheduling Provisions

Contractual Recovery of Cost and Schedule Impacts Due to Errors, Inaccuracies, or Defects in the Employer’s Invitation to Bid Documents

Cost Control for the Project Manager

CPM Construction Scheduling with Asta Powerproject

Defective and Deficient Contract Documents – A 2013 Update

Developing Subcontract Pricing as Applied to Building Construction

Differing Site Conditions

Discrete Damages/Cost Variance Analysis Method for Quantifying Damages in Construction Claims

Document Database Considerations

Effective Change Order Management

EPC Contract Risk Analysis Associated with Onshore Projects in Developing Countries

Evaluation of Changes in Process Plant Projects

Forensic Schedule Assurance Review: A Vital Step Before Starting a Detailed Schedule Analysis

Glossary of Terminology – Scheduling, Estimating, Project/ Construction Management, Contract Administration, and Construction Claims Terminology for Engineering and Construction Projects

Implementing Time Impact Analyses on Large, Complex EPC Projects

Integrated Cost and Schedule Risk Analysis

Introduction to CII’s Advanced Work Packaging – An Industry Best Practice

Journey Map to a More Mature Schedule Risk Analysis Process

Key Elements for Successful Schedule Management

Keys to Successful Major Project Execution

Labor Strikes – Contractor’s Potential Recovery of Delays and Damages

Long International’s Schedule and Delay Analysis Methodologies

Preserving Your Claim Through Documentation

Project Team Motivators and Demotivators

Projects Begin Before They Start: Defining Project Requirements

Proving the Cause-Effect Linkage

Reservation of Rights to Make a Cumulative Impact Claim

Schedule Mechanics – The Foundation of a Quality Schedule

Schedule Quality Assurance Procedures

Superior Knowledge

The Collapsed As-Built Windows Schedule Analysis Method

The Doctrine of Unjust Enrichment

The Impact of Poor Contemporaneous Project Records on Claims Preparation and Expert Analyses

The Importance and Value of Notice Provisions in Construction Contracts

The Importance of Project Handover Documents

The Owner’s Duty to Coordinate and Cooperate on Multi-Prime Construction Projects

The Schedule Basis Memorandum: Key Supporting Documentation for a CPM Schedule Analysis

Typical Problems Leading to Delays, Cost Overruns, and Claims on Process Plant and Offshore Oil & Gas Projects

Verification of As-Built Dates – The Often Neglected but Needed Step for Schedule Delay Analysis

Why Claims Occur – The Red Flags

Why Construction Disputes Occur and How to Promote Early and Amicable Settlements

Construction Today, October 14, 2011



Integrated Cost – Schedule Risk Analysis Using the Risk Driver Approach – Qatar PMI Meeting, February 19, 2014