This presentation is meant to advance participants’ understanding of construction delay claims. It will include multiple examples to help explain the principles of delay claims, the damages and the allocation of responsibility for delay among the project participants.
There will also be a detailed review of planning schedules and as-built schedules, using different methods of presentation from actual construction projects to assist in explaining these concepts.
- Delay claims
- Loss of productivity claims
- Ways of presenting delay claims
- Preparation of delay claims
- Damages claimed
- How courts treat claims
Instructor: Mark Braidwood is a principal of SHK with more than 22 years experience. He is a litigation lawyer with expertise in the areas of construction, commercial and insurance law. Mark has conducted trials and appeals in all levels of British Columbia courts, and has acted as counsel in arbitrations, administrative hearings and mediations.
Mark’s construction practice includes representing all parties involved in construction disputes, including owners, developers, construction managers, contractors and engineers. Mark’s broad commercial practice includes cases involving shareholder disputes, director and officer liability, contract and business disputes, product liability, leases, sale of goods, and related issues. In Mark’s insurance law practice, he acts for both insurers and insureds, defending claims and prosecuting subrogated claims.
Mark lectures and provides seminars to industry and legal professionals. Mark enjoys acting as a Moot Court judge at the University of British Columbia, and he regularly provides pro bono legal services for Access Justice.
Webinar time: 12:00pm - 2:00pm Pacific Standard Time (PST)
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- This course will involve on-screen interaction with your instructor and classmates, reading/viewing on-screen content (slides or videos), and interacting via typing with questions or responses. For this reason, cell-phones or tablets may not be adequate.
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- A quiet space with minimal distractions - microphone will be engaged for interactive sessions. Please plan to be fully engaged in the class and clear your work schedule just as you would for the in-class program.
- Comfortable chair
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