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Understanding Construction Management Agreements Part 2: Scheduling


Created on October 07, 2021





This program is Part 2 of a four-part series of programs designed to foster a comprehensive understanding of construction management agreements (CMAs) for attorneys and other professionals engaged in the construction industry. Part 1 will cover pricing (cost plus, GMPs and stipulated sums); Part 2 will cover scheduling; Part 3 will cover defects and damages; and Part 4 will cover insurance and liability. The speakers will consist of construction attorneys and consultants, and both technical and legal aspects of the construction process will be presented. 

Part 2 is moderated by Kenneth M. Block, Chair of the Construction Law Practice at the New York City firm of Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP. The other speakers are Stuart B. Rosen, a partner at Tannenbaum Helpern, and Allison Robin, Co-Founder, Envoie Projects LLC, a project management firm.

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Discuss the importance of scheduling and elements of the Project Schedule

  2. Explain how a Project Schedule is prepared

  3. Present CMA scheduling provisions

  4. Explore dynamic use of the Project Schedule

  5. Address delays and minimizing impacts

  6. Analyze recourse under CMA for delays

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