• AACEI Montreal Section

  • AACEI Montreal Section

  • AACEI Montreal Section

  • AACEI Montreal Section

  • AACEI Montreal Section

  • AACEI Montreal Section

  • AACEI Montreal Section

  • AACEI Montreal Section

Upcoming AEECQ Event

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The AEECQ is hosting an event on February 4, 2021 titled "L'impact de la pandémie sur les coûts des travaux au Québec" [The Impact of the Pandemic on construction costs in Quebec]. 

For more information or to register, visit AEECQ Event.

AACEI Montréal - Next Events

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Our next meeting on June 1st will allow you to better understand the use of different methods in forensic analysis of project schedules.

The speakers are Karim N. Sellami, ing. - Planning Team lead, Specialization: Construction Project Management at Hydro-Québec and Susan Klucinskas, P.Eng. - Senior Consultant at Revay and Associates Limited.

The context and the objectives of these methods vary. The AACEi’s RP 29R-03 provides a useful reference to better understand the concept of forensic analysis. Several factors can contribute to a successful forensic analysis including using the right planning tools. Another challenge is to employ the right criteria to complete the analysis; judgement, timing and experience are key elements that can drive a successful analysis.

  • Context and objectives of using forensic analysis;
  • Importance of reference schedule (Baseline) and contractual milestones (Contract award, bonus, penalties, change orders, negotiations, commissioning...)
  • Prospective methods (preliminary-project, bidding and risk analysis);
  • Delay analysis methods (Retrospective);
  • Feedback after updates, collaboration between stakeholders for the success of a project.

The presentation will be in French and English.

To view a PDF of the invitation, click HERE.

Registration link: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/forensic-analysis-in-construction-project-planning-tickets- 156155414047

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