Provided dispute resolution services for a general contractor in defense of $2.5 million in assessed liquidated damages by the owner of a power plant. Evaluated contemporaneous project records to identify project impacts. Identified and quantified critical path delays and lost productivity impacts caused by the late delivery of equipment and materials, late responses to RFIs, and last-minute changes by the owner’s turbine/generator supplier on a new power plant project. Used retrospective CPM schedule delay analysis methodology to demonstrate delays caused by the identified impacts. CPM schedule delay analysis successfully supported the general contractor’s defense against the owner’s assessment of liquidated damages against the general contractor. The general contractor and owner ultimately reached a negotiated settlement.