Many building and construction contracts specify that a delay may only be claimed when it impacts activities on the Critical Path but in turn leave it up to the contractor to decide what scheduling options they may use in their scheduling software, thus allowing the contractor to determine how the Critical Path is calculated. Therefore an understanding how the Microsoft Project Options may assist a contractor to set up their programs to put more activities on the Critical Path and to be able to substantiate more claims than a program with the Microsoft Project Default Schedule Options is an important subject.
The aim of this paper is to explain how the Microsoft Project Options affect the calculation of the Critical Path of a Microsoft Project schedule and identify which options may be useful for contractors to increase the number of client delays they may be able to substantiate with their schedule, click on this link>>>.
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