COR1944. Construction Project Claims/Builder's Risk Claims Processes

Track: 
CFO - Construction
Field of Study: 
Business Management & Organization
CPE Credit: 
1.5
Knowledge Level: 
Intermediate
Advanced Preparation: 
None
Prerequisite: 
Attendees should have a basic understanding of A&A, Tax and Industry Issues

Friday, December 6, 2019
 
1:40pm-2:55pm

Identification of Project Claims typically seen on a Construction Project with a description of the process for Notice and Substantiation of all claims, including an introduction to Builder's Risk Claims. This seminar will also show how to use the Contract Documents to establish a baseline for the Contractor's Daily Rate. A brief overview of the parties to a construction contract and the interplay of the parties, including the CPA's role as a pro-active asset to the Contractor.
Learning Objectives:

  • Learning objectives will include: A brief overview of the parties of a construction contract and the duties of the parties.
  • A second objective will be the notification and documentation process to enable a higher percentage of recovery on delay claims, unforeseen conditions claims, and builder's risks claims on a construction project. Closely tied to the documentation process that will enable discovery will be the presentation of a methodology for establishing the contractor's daily rate from the Contract Documents.


SESSION SPEAKER(S)

CPA, CGMA
President/CEO | J. Caldarera & Company,Inc.