Spire Managing Consultant, Roger Nelson, Will Join The Bar Association of San Francisco As a Panel Speaker

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Construction Law Roundtable:
Delay Analysis & Why it Matters
August 20, 2019
5:30 – 6:45 PM

BASF Conference Center
301 Battery Street, 3rd Floor
San Francisco, CA 94111

Presented by:
Roger Nelson,
Spire Consulting Group

Andrew Argyris,
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman

Matthew Peng,
Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani

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Roger Nelson, PE, PSP, LEED AP, Managing Consultant at Spire, has been invited to join the Barristers Club of the Bar Association of San Francisco as a panel speaker in a roundtable discussion regarding construction delays. On August 20, Mr. Nelson will share his first-hand construction scheduling expertise, specifically as it relates to delay analysis, and why understanding delays is important in construction-related disputes. Mr. Nelson’s co-panelists will be Andrew Argyris from Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, and Matthew Peng from Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani.

Attendees of the Construction Law Roundtable will leave with vital knowledge about what delay analysis is, how it affects the A/E/C industry, and how to proceed when faced with a case involving construction delays. Delay analysis is critical in determining the causes and consequences of unfortunate delays in construction progress that can often occur in the life of a project. Schedule delays and disruptions are not uncommon and are important to understand in order to ensure that each project’s stakeholders are able to mitigate and resolve any dispute that may arise from these delays. Delays can manifest themselves in the form of liquidated damages, direct damages, and overhead/supervision and can be analyzed in a variety of methods. Among these methods are as-planned vs. as-built, impacted as-planned, collapsed as-built, and windows.

Spire’s experts utilize various analysis measures to determine the depth, scope, and reason for our clients’ project delays, allowing them to better quantify any damages incurred from the delays. To learn more about Spire’s schedule delay expertise, please click here.