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Time Impact Analysis Claims

A time impact analysis (TIA) is a method used to determine the extent of the impact of potential delays in the construction process. This process can be a preferred way to promote negotiation and later agreements on delay claims. It involves the insertion or addition of activities indicating delays or changes in a schedule representing progress up to the point when a delay event occurred to allow for an assessment of the impact of those activities.

We have years of experience with all types of time impact analysis methods including:

  • Time Impact Evaluation.

  • Modeled, Additive, Single & Multiple Base Analysis.

  • Impacted As-Planned.

  • Impacted Baseline.

  • Impacted Update Analysis.

  • Fragment Analysis.

  • Fragment Insertion.

Our professional team of construction delay consultants can identify delays and suggest changes to ensure that your project stays on schedule.

In CPM enterprise our goal is to analyze the performance and use the means or methodologies to identify and develop TIA claims. The resulting schedule demonstrates the effect of the delays or changes on the project completion date.

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There are several important considerations for choosing an appropriate analysis methodology. Each claim is unique and deals with different contract requirements, situational contexts, complexities, and dispute resolution forums, among other factors. The selection of a particular analysis method should be based on professional judgment and factual research and evaluation.

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