TRAINING LEVEL: Intermediate
CLASS SIZE: Minimum: 20 Maximum: 32
NOTES:NHI-134037A - Managing Highway Contract Claims: Analysis and Avoidance is now offered on-line as a virtual course. A virtual instructor-led training provides 100% remote learning while ensuring participants have access to expert instructors, workshop activities, and engaging peer-to-peer discussions. Register today and learn the principles of tunnel inspection in the convenience of your home and/or office anywhere in the country, remotely.
Construction contract claims are the result of the owner and thecontractor being unable to come to agreement regarding an alleged change.Reducing or eliminating claims requires (1) a reduction in the number ofpotential changes, and (2) the implementation of practices that increase thelikelihood of an owner and contractor resolving a dispute. This courseprovides the basic tools to address both elements of reducing or eliminatingcontract claims and has been updated to include an increased focus on claimsavoidance with improved examples and additional best practices withstate-specific activity.
In this course, participants first walk step-by-step through theevaluation of a contract claim, looking at each component. Separate coursemodules are devoted to these three components of a claim: entitlement, impact,and cost. The "Entitlement" module focuses on the contract and theproper interpretation of common contract clauses. The "Impacts"module focuses on delay and inefficiency--the two most difficult impacts tomeasure and, consequently, most difficult to resolve. The "Cost"module explores costs that can prove difficult for the project team toresolve.
Next, the participants identify and review best practices associated with successful dispute resolution. In addition, there is a module devoted solely to claims avoidance techniques and dispute resolution processes.
By completing this course, participants willhave the opportunity to master techniques that can help them manage and avoid claims.
Register today to learn best practices associated with successful dispute resolution in the convenience of your home and/or office anywhere in the country, remotely.
This an intermediate level course.
It is designed specifically for State DOTs, but is also appropriate for LPOs and MPOs. It is a valuable course for contractors, design consultants, project managers, and attorneys involved in the evaluation, management, and resolution of disputes on highway construction projects.
If you have questions about this NHI training, please contact NHI at firstname.lastname@example.org or 877.558.6873.