CPM for Scheduling and Disputes
January 27 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm$225.00 – $325.00
The course description:
This course will introduce students to critical path method (CPM) scheduling. CPM scheduling is a planning tool to help keep projects on time and within budget. The CPM schedule is a valuable tool for determining what project issues impact the project completion. This course will teach how to properly document and present time extension requests and delay claims.
Following this course, you will be able to:
Define the Critical Path Method
Know the importance of the Longest Path and Float in CPM scheduling
Understand the guidelines for developing a Baseline Schedule
Know the common mistakes in performing schedule updates
Know the difference between a recovery schedule and acceleration
Be able to perform a schedule delay analysis
Differentiate the three major types of delay
Identify financial damages associated with delays
Joseph Hellenbrand is a Schedule Engineer at Capital Project Management, Inc. Mr. Hellenbrand has more than 25 years of experience in construction and project management, planning, scheduling, engineering, and claims analysis, in the private and public sectors. He is knowledgeable in critical path method (CPM) scheduling, damages assessment, project controls, site logistics and construction from project initiation to completion.
Kevin Ecker has over 13 years of experience in planning, scheduling, construction, manufacturing, project management and leadership for both private and governmental organizations. His portfolio of successful projects include residential, commercial, industrial, and nuclear facilities as well as capital equipment design and manufacturing. He has extensive experience in all aspects of project management including budgeting costs, subcontractor negotiations, onsite implementation, adherence to contract documents, and schedule control.
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