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محاضرة تمهيدية في إعداد و تحليل المطالبات الزمنيةEot

( EOT)محاضرة تمهيدية في إعداد و تحليل المطالبات الزمنية
إعداد :
أ.د. هشام عبد الخالق
أستاذ هندسة و إدارة التشٌٌييد
كلٌية الهندسة - جامعة الإسكندرٌية

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محاضرة تمهيدية في إعداد و تحليل المطالبات الزمنيةEot

  1. 1. ‫أ‬.‫د‬.‫الخالق‬ ‫عبد‬ ‫هشام‬ ‫التشٌٌد‬ ‫إدارة‬ ‫و‬ ‫هندسة‬ ‫أستاذ‬ ‫الهندسة‬ ‫كلٌة‬-‫االسكندرٌة‬ ‫جامعة‬
  2. 2. Lecture Contents  Types of Contracts.  FIDIC Claims, Dispute and Arbitration.  Types of Claims.  Claims Life Cycle.  Claim Analysis  Case Study
  3. 3. CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS  Classified by Method of Evaluating Contract Cost. (‫التكلفة‬ ‫تقٌٌم‬ ‫حسب‬ ‫تصنٌف‬)  Classified by Method of Bidding. (‫الطرح‬ ‫طرٌقة‬ ‫حسب‬ ‫تقٌٌم‬)  Special Contracts
  4. 4. Contract types according to Contract Cost 1. Fixed Price Contracts ‫الثابت‬ ‫السعر‬ ‫عقود‬ a) Lump Sum / Stipulated Price b) Unit Price / Bill of Quantity (BOQ) c) Fixed Price with Escalation / Price Adjustable  Day one Dollar one Escalation (Inflation)  Significant Increase Escalation  Delay Escalation Escalation can be measured by  Index formula  Percentage
  5. 5. Contract types according to Contract Cost 2. Cost Reimbursement Contracts ‫المستردة‬ ‫التكلفة‬ ‫عقود‬ Sometimes called Cost Plus or Prim Cost a) Cost Plus Fee b) Cost Plus Percentage c) Cost Plus percentage with guaranteed maximum d) Cost plus percentage with guaranteed. max. with bonus e) Cost Plus target
  6. 6. Contract types according to Method of Bidding  Competitive Contracts  Negotiated Contracts  Combination between Comptetivness and Negotiation
  7. 7. Special Contracts  Partnering Contracts  PPP Contracts  Package Contract  Turnkey Contract  Continuous Contract  Serial Contract  Running Contract  Service/maintenance Contract
  8. 8. FIDIC “ Claims, Disputes and Arbitration ” 9 Prof. Dr. Hisham Abd Elkhalek Contracting
  9. 9. ‫ـات‬‫ب‬‫املطال‬‫البند‬ ‫وفق‬(53)‫فيديك‬1987 10 ‫نشـأة‬ ‫المطالبـة‬ ‫المهندس‬ ‫الى‬ ‫اخطار‬ ‫المقـاول‬ ‫ارسـل‬ ‫هـل‬ ‫خـالل‬ ‫المطالبة‬ ‫فى‬ ‫بنٌته‬28‫حدوث‬ ‫من‬ ‫ٌوما‬ ‫المطالبة‬ ‫سـبب‬ ‫نهـاية‬ ‫المطالبـة‬ ‫قراره‬ ‫المهندس‬ ‫اصدار‬ ‫السجـالت‬ ‫على‬ ‫االطالع‬ ‫بعـد‬ ‫المقـاول‬ ‫بمستحقات‬ ‫به‬ ‫المقاول‬ ‫واخطار‬ ‫التفصٌلٌه‬ ‫العـمل‬ ‫رب‬ ‫الى‬ ‫صـورة‬ ‫ارسال‬ ‫مع‬ ‫المبلغ‬ ‫المقاول‬ ‫مستحـقات‬ ‫تتجـاوز‬ ‫ال‬ ‫الذى‬‫محكم‬ ‫أى‬ ‫أو‬ ‫المهندس‬ ‫ٌحـدده‬ ‫أرسل‬ ‫هـل‬ ‫خالل‬ ‫المقاول‬28‫ٌوما‬ ‫مدة‬ ‫او‬ ‫اخرى‬ ‫حسابا‬ ‫المهندس‬ ‫ٌقبلها‬ ‫المطلوبة‬ ‫بالمبالغ‬ ‫تفصٌلٌا‬ ‫ال‬ ‫ال‬ ‫نعم‬ ‫نعم‬ Contracting
  10. 10. ‫التشييد‬ ‫مشروع‬ ‫فى‬ ‫الناجمه‬ ‫المنازعات‬ ‫حل‬‫البند‬ ‫وفق‬67‫الكتاب‬ ‫من‬‫االحمر‬‫فيديك‬1987 11 ‫االخر‬ ‫الطرف‬ ‫الى‬ ‫صورة‬ ‫وإرسال‬ ‫كتابة‬ ‫المهندس‬ ‫الى‬ ‫الخالف‬ ‫احالة‬ ‫للبند‬ ‫وفقا‬67/1‫العمل‬ ‫فى‬ ‫االستمرار‬ ‫مع‬ ‫أصدر‬‫المهندس‬‫قراره‬ ‫خالل‬84‫من‬ ‫ٌوما‬‫؟‬ ‫االحالة‬ ‫تارٌخ‬ ‫بذلك‬ ‫اخطارات‬ ‫تسلٌم‬ ‫والمقاول‬ ‫العمل‬ ‫رب‬ ‫من‬ ‫لكل‬ ‫بنٌة‬ ‫االخر‬ ‫الطرف‬ ‫اخطار‬ ‫المهندس‬ ‫واخطار‬ ‫التحكٌم‬ ‫الى‬ ‫اللجوء‬ ‫اعتراض‬ ‫ٌوجد‬ ‫هل‬‫على‬ ‫خالل‬ ‫المهندس‬ ‫قرار‬ 70‫تارٌخ‬ ‫من‬ ‫ٌوما‬ ‫التسلٌم‬ ‫الودٌة‬ ‫التسوٌة‬ ‫محاوالت‬ ‫إجراء‬ ‫خالل‬56‫اإلخطار‬ ‫تارٌخ‬ ‫من‬ ‫ٌوما‬ ‫التسوٌه‬ ‫نجحت‬ ‫هـل‬‫الودٌة‬ ‫هـل‬‫قرار‬ ‫تنفٌـذ‬ ‫تم‬ ‫المهنـدس؟‬ ‫خــالف‬ ‫نشــوب‬ ‫التحكيم‬ ‫الى‬ ‫اللجوء‬ ‫الخـالف‬ ‫حسم‬ ‫ال‬ ‫نعم‬‫نعم‬ ‫نعم‬ ‫ال‬ ‫ال‬
  11. 11. ‫رقم‬ ‫بند‬20 ‫ـات‬‫ـ‬‫ـ‬‫ع‬‫المناز‬ ‫ـض‬‫ف‬ 12 ‫للمطالبة‬ ‫المنشأ‬ ‫الحدث‬ ‫وقوع‬ ‫تفصٌلٌة‬ ‫مذكرة‬ ‫إعداد‬ ‫خالل‬42‫من‬ ‫ٌوما‬ ‫علمه‬ ‫وجوب‬ ‫أو‬ ‫علمه‬ ‫تقدم‬ ‫هل‬ ‫المقاول‬‫بمطالبة‬ ‫خالل‬28‫ٌوما‬ ‫للمقاول‬ ‫لٌس‬‫حق‬ ‫أٌة‬ ً‫ف‬ ‫له‬ ‫مدة‬ ‫تعوٌضات‬ ‫تكلفة‬ ‫أو‬ ‫رد‬‫المهندس‬ ‫خالل‬42‫ٌوما‬‫أخرى‬ ‫األمر‬ ‫ٌعرض‬ ‫مجلس‬ ً‫عل‬ ‫المنازعات‬ ‫فض‬ ‫توصل‬ ‫هل‬ ‫قرار‬ ً‫إل‬ ‫المجلس‬ ‫خالل‬84‫ٌوما‬ ‫الطرف‬ ‫ٌخطر‬ ‫الطرف‬ ‫المتضرر‬ ‫برغبته‬ ‫اآلخر‬ ‫التحكٌم‬ ً‫إل‬ ‫اللجوء‬ ً‫ف‬ ‫خالل‬28‫ٌوما‬ ‫الطرفان‬ ً‫ارتض‬ ‫هل‬ ‫الودٌـة‬ ‫التسوٌة‬ ‫محاولة‬ ‫خالل‬56‫ٌوما‬‫القرار‬ ‫تارٌخ‬ ‫من‬ ‫التسوٌة‬ ‫نجحت‬ ‫هل‬ ‫التحكٌم‬ ً‫إل‬ ‫اللجوء‬ ً‫ارتض‬ ‫هل‬ ‫القرار‬ ‫الطرفان‬ ‫تسوٌة‬ ‫تمت‬ ‫النزاع‬‫نعم‬ ‫ال‬ ‫ال‬ ‫ال‬ ‫نعم‬ ‫نعم‬ ‫نعم‬ ‫نعم‬ ‫ال‬ ‫ال‬ ‫ال‬ ‫نعم‬ ‫فيديك‬1999
  12. 12. ‫رقم‬ ‫بند‬20 ‫ـات‬‫ـ‬‫ـ‬‫ع‬‫المناز‬ ‫ـض‬‫ف‬ 13 ‫للمطالبة‬ ‫المنشأ‬ ‫الحدث‬ ‫وقوع‬ ‫تفصٌلٌة‬ ‫مذكرة‬ ‫إعداد‬ ‫خالل‬42‫من‬ ‫ٌوما‬ ‫علمه‬ ‫وجوب‬ ‫أو‬ ‫علمه‬ ‫تقدم‬ ‫هل‬ ‫المقاول‬‫بمطالبة‬ ‫خالل‬28‫ٌوما‬ ‫للمقاول‬ ‫لٌس‬‫حق‬ ‫أٌة‬ ً‫ف‬ ‫له‬ ‫مدة‬ ‫تعوٌضات‬ ‫تكلفة‬ ‫أو‬ ‫رد‬‫المهندس‬ ‫خالل‬42‫ٌوما‬‫أخرى‬ ‫األمر‬ ‫ٌعرض‬ ‫مجلس‬ ً‫عل‬ ‫المنازعات‬ ‫فض‬ ‫توصل‬ ‫هل‬ ‫قرار‬ ً‫إل‬ ‫المجلس‬ ‫خالل‬84‫ٌوما‬ ‫الطرف‬ ‫ٌخطر‬ ‫الطرف‬ ‫المتضرر‬ ‫برغبته‬ ‫اآلخر‬ ‫التحكٌم‬ ً‫إل‬ ‫اللجوء‬ ً‫ف‬ ‫خالل‬28‫ٌوما‬ ‫الطرفان‬ ً‫ارتض‬ ‫هل‬ ‫الودٌـة‬ ‫التسوٌة‬ ‫محاولة‬ ‫خالل‬56‫ٌوما‬‫القرار‬ ‫تارٌخ‬ ‫من‬ ‫التسوٌة‬ ‫نجحت‬ ‫هل‬ ‫التحكٌم‬ ً‫إل‬ ‫اللجوء‬ ً‫ارتض‬ ‫هل‬ ‫القرار‬ ‫الطرفان‬ ‫تسوٌة‬ ‫تمت‬ ‫النزاع‬‫نعم‬ ‫ال‬ ‫ال‬ ‫ال‬ ‫نعم‬ ‫نعم‬ ‫نعم‬ ‫نعم‬ ‫ال‬ ‫ال‬ ‫ال‬ ‫نعم‬ ‫فيديك‬1999
  13. 13. ‫المنازعات‬ ‫فى‬ ‫الدولى‬ ‫التحكيم‬ Contracting 14 Institutional Arbitration
  14. 14. ‫التحكيــــم‬: ‫قواعد‬‫التحكٌم‬‫تكون‬‫أحد‬‫القواعد‬‫الصادرة‬ً‫ف‬‫أي‬‫غرفة‬‫من‬‫غرف‬ ‫التحكٌم‬‫أو‬‫طبقا‬‫ألي‬‫قانون‬‫من‬‫قوانٌن‬‫التحكٌم‬. ‫تعٌٌن‬‫المحكمٌن‬. ‫إجراءات‬‫التحكٌم‬. 15Contracting
  15. 15. Contracting 16 ‫الدولٌة‬ ‫التجارة‬ ‫غرفة‬(ICC) ‫األمرٌكٌة‬ ‫التحكٌم‬ ‫هٌئة‬(AAA) ‫الدولى‬ ‫التجارى‬ ‫للتحكٌم‬ ‫لندن‬ ‫محكمة‬(LCIA) ‫الدولى‬ ‫التجارى‬ ‫للتحكٌم‬ ‫اإلقلٌمى‬ ‫القاهرة‬ ‫مركز‬(CRCICA) ‫العالمٌة‬ ‫التجارة‬ ‫منظمة‬(WTO) ‫الدولى‬ ‫التسوٌات‬ ‫بنك‬(BIS) ‫الدولية‬ ‫التحكيم‬ ‫هيئات‬
  16. 16. Dr. Hesham Abdelkhalek 17
  17. 17. Delay Event
  18. 18. Types of Delay Dr. Hesham Abdelkhalek 20
  19. 19. Types of Delay Dr. Hesham Abdelkhalek 21
  20. 20. Types of Delay Dr. Hesham Abdelkhalek 22
  21. 21. Types of Delay Dr. Hesham Abdelkhalek 23
  22. 22. Types of Delay Dr. Hesham Abdelkhalek 24
  23. 23. Types of Delay Dr. Hesham Abdelkhalek 25
  24. 24. Types of Delays and Responsibility YesNO
  25. 25. Life cycle of construction claims  1. Claim identification  2. Claim notification  3. Claim examination  4. Claim documentation  5. Claim presentation  6. Claim negotiation
  26. 26. Claim Identification  Construction claim identification involves the accurate detection of a construction claim in time. This is the critical and important stage of the claim process.  For example, some very strong deserved construction claims are lost solely due to failure of identifying them.
  27. 27. Claim Notification  Construction claim notification means alerting the other party of a potential problem in a manner that is non adversarial.  This alert (notification) must be done with the Time limit that is mentioned in the contract.
  28. 28. Claim Examination  Construction claim examination means to establish the legal and factual basis on which the claim is to be developed.  This stage involves also an accurate estimation of the potential recovery.  This action has to be investigated by interviewing the staff who will be working in the project. The primary sources for claim examination could deal with project files, video footage, memos, etc., that must be used to prove the time and cost elements of the claim.
  29. 29. Claim Documentation  Construction claim documentation is the collection of the hard facts that give the actual history of a construction claim. A well-prepared defendant quickly demolishes evidence and claim costs that are not supported by accurate records.  The documented facts are the clue that holds the legal framework together. If these are insufficient the claim will not stick.
  30. 30. Claim Presentation  Construction claim presentation should be logically built up, well organized, and factually convincing. Thus, a claim should be written in a format that emphasizes the fact that a contract requirement is breached.  A contractor must then demonstrate the resulting harms which are caused by the owners’ acts. (Cox 1997) has fittingly said that presentation preferred to be separated into two, the entitlement and the quantum.  The former section should have the legal and factual basis while the later should provide the estimated recovery of the claim.
  31. 31. Claim Negotiation  According to (Easton 1989) a structured and proper negotiation preparation includes:  ascertaining that all information is current and complete;  minimizing the scope of negotiation beforehand so that insignificant points should not precipitate a violent argument and disrupt progress;  knowing one’s weaknesses and trying to utilize weak points by conceding them in return from the other party;  foreseeing problems; and  Anticipating the opposition’s next move.  There is a saying that ‘‘it is more important to be prepared than to be right”
  32. 32. Categories of Delay Analysis Dr. Hesham Abdelkhalek 42
  33. 33. Dr. Hesham Abdelkhalek 43
  34. 34. Time Impact Analysis – Snapshot Analysis Dr. Hesham Abdelkhalek 44
  35. 35. Time Impact Analysis – Window Analysis Dr. Hesham Abdelkhalek 45
  36. 36. Dr. Hesham Abdelkhalek 46
  37. 37. As-Planned versus As-Built This method aims to compare the duration of an as- planned activity on the program with the as-built duration for that same activities on the as-built program. The difference in time between these durations is taken as the period of delay to which a Contractor is entitled to an Extension of Time as a result of an excusable delay event. Dr. Hesham Abdelkhalek 47
  38. 38. Selecting the suitable analysis method Dr. Hesham Abdelkhalek 48 Accurate baseline Accurate As-built
  39. 39. Selecting the suitable analysis method Dr. Hesham Abdelkhalek 49 Accurate baseline and Updates Accurate baseline and As-built
  40. 40. PEC-EG-11012 51 THERMAL POWER PLANT UNITS 6&7 - 2X650 MW GAS/OIL FIRED UNITS INTAKE, DISCHARGE AND RELATED WORKS POSITION PAPER In respect of THE ENTITLEMENT FOR EXTENSION OF TIME
  41. 41. no Event start 1 Site Mobilization Allocation and bechmarks 5-Oct-09 2 Re-rout of gas pipelines 6-Sep-09 3 Providing Offshore permit 6-Sep-09 4 Off Site Area 30-Dec-09 5 protection plane approval for Dewatering 16-Mar-10 6 permanent cofferdam soil investigation 30-Jun-10 7 Excavation of Intake Pipes 12-Jul-10 8 Stopping work due to Petroleum company helicopter runway 29-Sep-10 9 25 Jan force majour 28-Jan-11 10 Fuel Shortage (May 2011) 11-May-11 11 Site Close Off 15-Jun-11 12 Contaminated Discharge Water 21-Jul-11 13 Intake Filling Delay 18-Aug-11 14 Disturbance of off-shore works 27-Aug-11 15 Bad Weather Conditions 10-Dec-11 16 Fuel Shortage (Jan 2012) 22-Jan-12 17 CP-102 Caused Delays fragmented 18 Truck Drivers Strike 9 Dec 11 PEC-EG-11012 52 Major Events New events marked
  42. 42. Site Mobilization Allocation Activity Affected: Mobilization activity( 1000000290) 53PEC-EG-11012
  43. 43. Off-site area delivery Activities Affected Affect directly on delivery of RCC pipes activity (SUBMT00020 & SUBMT00030) which effect directly on Installing of Discharge pipes (1000001681) in discharge area and Start Construction of intake basin & inlet pipes (1000000530) in54PEC-EG-11012
  44. 44. Re-rout of gas pipelines Activities Affected Earth work for rough grading activity (SPECS00250) that leads to channel (1-4) diversion activities and cause delay of discharge and intake area. 55 16” gas pipeline 24” gas pipeline PEC-EG-11012
  45. 45. Providing Offshore permit Activities Affected Execution of cofferdam protection (1000000630) and Demolish shoreline protection (1000000940) that lead to delay of channel (1-4) diversion activities. 56PEC-EG-11012
  46. 46. protection plan approval for Dewatering Activities Affected Mobilization of dewatering equipment activity (1000000900) which is the first activity in Diversion Channel (1-4) on critical path. 57PEC-EG-11012
  47. 47. Stoppage due to petroleum company helicopter runway • Affect directly on the production all discharge structure activities that starts in (Start Const. of the new Disch & Seal Well) milestone (1000000460). • After the stoppage ends WDEPC Project instructed AC should reduce its working hours from (63-hours per week) to (31 hours per week) from (Saturday to Thursday). • Accordingly, AC worked on reduced productivity, based on the work was not continuous. 58PEC-EG-11012
  48. 48. 25th January force Majeure.  Full Stoppage:  The work at job site was completely suspended from 28th of Jan 2011 till 16th of Feb 2011.  This suspension affected All in progress activities in February update.  Curfew Effect:  The curfew was imposed by the supreme council of the military after the uprising event.  Impact on supplies: The delivery of earth products as sand, gravel, stones….etc. are usually taken place from late evening to early morning hours.  Curfew Impact from 16 Feb till end of June that made disruption of work 59PEC-EG-11012
  49. 49. Sep 2009 Sep 2010 Change order No.20 Project start 8 Periods Stage 1 Stage 2 Mar 2012 Jan 2011 3 Periods Last Update Delay Analysis and EOT Entitlement 60
  50. 50. W1 start W1 PCD W1 imp PCD EOT Entitlement = 47 days Programmes DATA DATE PCD EOT Entailment Mitigation Non Progress Window Start W1 6-Sep-09 18-Mar-11 Window End W2 17-Jan-10 28-Jun-10 Impacted Programme (W1 with events – DD is as W1) 6-Sep-09 4-May-11 47 0 7 Events: • Off-site area delivery • Re-rout of gas pipelines • Providing Offshore permit • Providing site benchmark • Site Mobilization allocation Project Duration Period 1: from Sep 2009 (project start) to Jan 2010 Site Mobilization allocation 61 EOT Entailment = W1 Impacted PCD - W1 PCD Mitigation= W1 Impacted PCD – W2 PCD Non Progress = W2 PCD - W1 Impacted PCD
  51. 51. W1 start W1 imp PCD Non-Progress= 7 days Programmes DATA DATE PCD EOT Entailment Mitigation Non Progress Window Start W1 6-Sep-09 18-Mar-11 Window End W2 17-Jan-10 28-Jun-10 Impacted Programme (W1 with events – DD is as W1) 6-Sep-09 4-May-11 47 0 7 Events: • Off-site area delivery • Re-rout of gas pipelines • Providing Offshore permit • Providing site benchmark • Site Mobilization allocation Project Duration Period 1: from Sep 2009 (project start) to Jan 2010 W2 PCD Site Mobilization allocation 62 EOT Entailment = W1 Impacted PCD - W1 PCD Mitigation= W1 Impacted PCD – W2 PCD Non Progress = W2 PCD - W1 Impacted PCD
  52. 52. W1 start W1 PCD W1 imp PCD EOT Entitlement = 10 days Events: • Off-site area delivery • Re-rout of gas pipelines • Providing offshore permit Project Duration Period 2: from Jan 2010 to Feb 2010 Programmes DATA DATE PCD EOT Entailment Mitigation Non Progress Window Start W1 17-Jan-10 11-May-11 Window End W2 7-Feb-10 1-Jun-11 Impacted Programme (W1 with events – DD is as W1) 17-Jan-10 21-May-11 10 0 11 Re-rout of gas pipeline 63 EOT Entailment = W1 Impacted PCD - W1 PCD Mitigation= W1 Impacted PCD – W2 PCD Non Progress = W2 PCD - W1 Impacted PCD
  53. 53. Events: • Off-site area delivery • Re-rout of gas pipelines • Providing offshore permit Period 2: from Jan 2010 to Feb 2010 Programmes DATA DATE PCD EOT Entailment Mitigation Non Progress Window Start W1 17-Jan-10 11-May-11 Window End W2 7-Feb-10 1-Jun-11 Impacted Programme (W1 with events – DD is as W1) 17-Jan-10 21-May-11 10 0 11 W1 start W1 imp PCD Non-Progress= 11 days Project Duration W2 PCD Re-rout of gas pipeline 64
  54. 54. W1 start W1 PCD W1 imp PCD EOT Entitlement = 0 days Events: • Off-site area delivery • Re-rout of gas pipelines • Providing offshore permit Project Duration Period 3: from Feb 2010 to Mar 2010 Programmes DATA DATE PCD EOT Entailment Mitigation Non Progress Window Start W1 7-Feb-10 1-Jun-11 Window End W2 7-Mar-10 18-May-11 Impacted Programme (W1 with events – DD is as W1) 7-Feb-10 1-Jun-11 0 14 0 65
  55. 55. Events: • Off-site area delivery • Re-rout of gas pipelines • Providing offshore permit Period 3: from Feb 2010 to Mar 2010 Programmes DATA DATE PCD EOT Entailment Mitigation Non Progress Window Start W1 7-Feb-10 1-Jun-11 Window End W2 7-Mar-10 18-May-11 Impacted Programme (W1 with events – DD is as W1) 7-Feb-10 1-Jun-11 0 14 0 W1 start W1 PCD Mitigation= 14 days Project Duration W2 PCD 66 EOT Entailment = W1 Impacted PCD - W1 PCD Mitigation= W1 Impacted PCD – W2 PCD Non Progress = W2 PCD - W1 Impacted PCD
  56. 56. W1 start W1 PCD W1 imp PCD EOT Entitlement = 0 days Events: • Off-site area delivery • protection plan approval for Dewatering Project Duration Period 4: from Mar 2010 to Apr 2010 Programmes DATA DATE PCD EOT Entailment Mitigation Non Progress Window Start W1 7-Mar-10 18-May-11 Window End W2 11-Apr-10 11-Jun-11 Impacted Programme (W1 with events – DD is as W1) 7-Mar-10 18-May-11 0 0 24 67
  57. 57. Events: • Off-site area delivery • protection plan approval for Dewatering Period 4: from Mar 2010 to Apr 2010 W1 start W1 PCD Non-progress = 24 days Project Duration W2 PCD Programmes DATA DATE PCD EOT Entailment Mitigation Non Progress Window Start W1 7-Mar-10 18-May-11 Window End W2 11-Apr-10 11-Jun-11 Impacted Programme (W1 with events – DD is as W1) 7-Mar-10 18-May-11 0 0 24 68
  58. 58. W1 start W1 PCD W1 imp PCD EOT Entitlement = 27 days Events: • protection plan approval for Dewatering Project Duration Period 5: from Apr 2010 to Jun 2010 protection plan approval for Dewatering Programmes DATA DATE PCD EOT Entailment Mitigation Non Progress Window Start W1 11-Apr-10 11-Jun-11 Window End W2 6-Jun-10 28-May-11 Impacted Programme (W1 with events – DD is as W1) 11-Apr-10 8-Jul-11 27 41 0 69
  59. 59. Events: • protection plan approval for Dewatering Period 5: from Apr 2010 to Jun 2010 W1 start W1 imp PCD Mitigation= 41 days Project Duration W2 PCD Programmes DATA DATE PCD EOT Entailment Mitigation Non Progress Window Start W1 11-Apr-10 11-Jun-11 Window End W2 6-Jun-10 28-May-11 Impacted Programme (W1 with events – DD is as W1) 11-Apr-10 8-Jul-11 27 41 0 protection plan approval for Dewatering 70
  60. 60. W1 start W1 PCD W1 imp PCD EOT Entitlement = 0 days Events: • protection plan approval for Dewatering Project Duration Period 6: from Jun 2010 to July 2010 Programmes DATA DATE PCD EOT Entailment Mitigation Non Progress Window Start W1 6-Jun-10 28-May-11 Window End W2 4-Jul-10 13-Jun-11 Impacted Programme (W1 with events – DD is as W1) 6-Jun-10 28-May-11 0 0 16 71
  61. 61. Events: • protection plan approval for Dewatering Period 6: from Jun 2010 to July 2010 W1 start W1 PCD Non-progress = 16 days Project Duration W2 PCD Programmes DATA DATE PCD EOT Entailment Mitigation Non Progress Window Start W1 6-Jun-10 28-May-11 Window End W2 4-Jul-10 13-Jun-11 Impacted Programme (W1 with events – DD is as W1) 6-Jun-10 28-May-11 0 0 16 72
  62. 62. Events: • protection plan approval for Dewatering • Excavation of Intake Pipes Period 7: from July 2010 to Aug 2010 Programmes DATA DATE PCD EOT Entailment Mitigation Non Progress Window Start W1 4-Jul-10 13-Jun-11 Window End W2 1-Aug-10 19-Jun-11 Impacted Programme (W1 with events – DD is as W1) 4-Jul-10 13-Jun-11 0 0 6 73 W1 start W1 imp PCD EOT= 6 days Project Duration W2 PCD Excavation of Intake Pipes
  63. 63. Events: • protection plan approval for Dewatering • Excavation of Intake Pipes Period 7: from July 2010 to Aug 2010 W1 start W1 PCD Non-progress = 6 days Project Duration W2 PCD Programmes DATA DATE PCD EOT Entailment Mitigation Non Progress Window Start W1 4-Jul-10 13-Jun-11 Window End W2 1-Aug-10 19-Jun-11 Impacted Programme (W1 with events – DD is as W1) 4-Jul-10 13-Jun-11 0 0 6 74
  64. 64. W1 start W1 PCD W1 imp PCD EOT Entitlement = 19 days Events: • protection plan approval for Dewatering • Stoppage due to petroleum company helicopter runway Project Duration Period 8: from Aug 2010 to Sep 2010 protection plan approval for Dewatering Programmes DATA DATE PCD EOT Entailment Mitigation Non Progress Window Start W1 1-Aug-10 19-Jun-11 Window End W2 19-Sep-10 24-Jul-11 Impacted Programme (W1 with events – DD is as W1) 1-Aug-10 8-Jul-11 19 0 16 75
  65. 65. Events: • protection plan approval for Dewatering • Stoppage due to petroleum company helicopter runway Period 8: from Aug 2010 to Sep 2010 W1 start W1 imp PCD Non-Progress= 16 days Project Duration W2 PCD protection plan approval for Dewatering Programmes DATA DATE PCD EOT Entailment Mitigation Non Progress Window Start W1 1-Aug-10 19-Jun-11 Window End W2 19-Sep-10 24-Jul-11 Impacted Programme (W1 with events – DD is as W1) 1-Aug-10 8-Jul-11 19 0 16 76
  66. 66. Events: • Complete work suspension from 28th of January to 16th Feb • Curfew Impact from 16 Feb till end of June • Fuel Shortage (May 2011) • Site Close Off Period 9: from Jan 2011 to Jun 2011 Programmes DATA DATE PCD EOT Entailment Mitigation Non Progress Window Start W1 28-Jan-11 26-May-12 Window End W2 30-Jun-11 11-May-12 Impacted Programme (W1 with events – DD is as W1) 28-Jan-11 24-Jul-12 59 74 0 77 W1 start W1 imp PCD Project Duration Complete work suspension from 28th of January to 16th Feb Curfew Impact from 16 Feb till end of June EOT =59 days W2 PCD Fuel Shortage (May 2011) Site Close Off
  67. 67. Events: • Complete work suspension from 28th of January to 16th Feb • Curfew Impact from 16 Feb till end of June • Fuel Shortage (May 2011) • Site Close Off Period 9: from Jan 2011 to Jun 2011 W1 start W1 imp PCD Project Duration Complete work suspension from 28th of January to 16th Feb Curfew Impact from 16 Feb till end of June Mitigation =74 W2 PCD Programmes DATA DATE PCD EOT Entailment Mitigation Non Progress Window Start W1 28-Jan-11 26-May-12 Window End W2 30-Jun-11 11-May-12 Impacted Programme (W1 with events – DD is as W1) 28-Jan-11 24-Jul-12 59 74 0 78 Fuel Shortage (May 2011) Site Close Off
  68. 68. Events: • Contaminated Discharge Water • Intake Filling Delay • Disturbance of off-shore works • CP-102 Caused Delays • Truck Drivers Strike Period 10: from Jun 2011 to Oct 2011 Programmes DATA DATE PCD EOT Entailment Mitigation Non Progress Window Start W1 30-June-11 11-May-12 Window End W2 30-Oct-11 15-Jul-12 Impacted Programme (W1 with events – DD is as W1) 30-June-11 11-May-12 0 0 65 79 W1 start W1 imp PCD Project Duration EOT =32 days W2 PCD • Intake Filling Delay • CP-102 Caused Delays • Disturbance of off-shore works • Contaminated Discharge Water • Truck Drivers Strike
  69. 69. Period 10: from Jun 2011 to Oct 2011 W1 start W1 PCD Non-progress = 12 W2 PCD Programmes DATA DATE PCD EOT Entailment Mitigation Non Progress Window Start W1 30-June-11 11-May-12 Window End W2 30-Oct-11 15-Jul-12 Impacted Programme (W1 with events – DD is as W1) 30-June-11 11-May-12 0 0 65 80 Events: • Contaminated Discharge Water • Intake Filling Delay • Disturbance of off-shore works • CP-102 Caused Delays • Truck Drivers Strike • Intake Filling Delay • CP-102 Caused Delays • Disturbance of off-shore works • Contaminated Discharge Water • Truck Drivers Strike
  70. 70. Period 11: from Oct 2011 to Mar 2011 Programmes DATA DATE PCD EOT Entailment Mitigation Non Progress Window Start W1 30-June-11 11-May-12 Window End W2 30-Oct-11 15-Jul-12 Impacted Programme (W1 with events – DD is as W1) 30-June-11 11-May-12 0 0 65 81 W1 start W1 imp PCD Project Duration EOT =12days W2 PCD Events: • Bad Weather Conditions • Fuel Shortage (Jan 2012) • Fuel Shortage (Jan 2012) • Bad Weather Conditions
  71. 71. W1 start W1 PCD Non-progress = 12 days W2 PCD Programmes DATA DATE PCD EOT Entailment Mitigation Non Progress Window Start W1 30-June-11 11-May-12 Window End W2 30-Oct-11 15-Jul-12 Impacted Programme (W1 with events – DD is as W1) 30-June-11 11-May-12 0 0 65 82 Events: • Bad Weather Conditions • Fuel Shortage (Jan 2012) Period 11: from Oct 2011 to Mar 2011 • Fuel Shortage (Jan 2012) • Bad Weather Conditions
  72. 72. 83 Total EOT Entitlement Stage Period EOT Mitigation Non ProgressEntailment One 1 47 0 7 2 10 0 11 3 0 14 0 4 0 0 24 5 27 41 0 6 0 0 16 7 0 0 6 8 19 0 16 Two 9 59 74 0 10 0 0 65 Sum 162 129 145

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