Do you suffer from delays, cost overruns, and contract violations? are you in the process of creating or defending a Construction Claim?
To create a claim, you must provide evidence of the issues and their impact on the project. To defend a claim, you must provide evidence and arguments to refute the issues and demonstrate that you have fulfilled your obligations under the contract.
Join Michelle McMillan Director - Canada at Driver Trett for a virtual seminar on the requirements for creating or defending against a construction claim document which will lead to a quick and cost-effective resolution of the dispute.
The presentation will include a discussion on the following elements which make up a robust construction claim:
- Cause and Effect analysis, including delay and lost productivity analyses,
- Quantification, and
- A discussion of advantages and disadvantages of various dispute resolution processes.
Michelle McMillan, P. Eng. is a graduate of the University of Calgary with over 25 years of experience producing and evaluating construction claims for negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and litigation on commercial, large-scale residential, infrastructure, institutional, and industrial projects in Canada, the United States, the Middle East, and Asia. Michelle has worked with contractors, owners, government agencies, and non-profit agencies.
Michelle has been qualified as a testifying expert for construction claims. Michelle has also functioned as a third-party neutral, expert evaluator in construction disputes, and assisted in the evaluation and completion of troubled projects.