Tuesday, August 30
1:00 – 2:00 p.m., EDT

Delay claims are one of the most common disputes in construction cases and often the least understood. Avoid incurring additional costs on transportation improvement projects and acquire a better understanding of the key components to successfully combating delay claims.

Led by two leading construction claims experts, Chris Anzidei and Scott Norris, the webinar will provide insights on the common legal and contractual requirements necessary to succeed on delay claims in both public and private projects. Learn how to recover damages for compensable delay and acceleration and receive practical tips on documenting delays, effectively presenting claims, and preventing costly pitfalls.

This webinar is particularly relevant to contractors and design firms.

Register:

  • $150 for ARTBA members
  • $195 for non-memberstoday!

About the Presenters:

Chris Anzidei, with over 12 years of experience as a construction lawyer, has spent his legal career representing contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, and sureties in resolving disputes on construction projects in both the D.C. area and throughout the country. Prior to opening his own firm, Anzidei graduated from Georgetown Law and was a partner at one of the largest construction law firms in the country, Watt, Tieder, Hoffar & Fitzgerald L.L.P.  He also has substantial experience preparing and resolving claims on transportation projects, and has presented many seminars on construction claims for ARTBA and other industry groups.

Scott Norris is a professional claims consultant with extensive experience in preparing and resolving contract claims on projects worldwide, including numerous projects for clients such as Bechtel, Hensel Phelps and Raytheon.   He assists clients in preparing claims and provides expert witness testimony.  Norris first qualified as an expert nearly 30 years ago, and has testified numerous times on matters pertaining to construction scheduling and claims. He founded Norris Construction Consulting 26 years ago after beginning his career in construction management.

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