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108.02.B. Progress Schedule Schedule Costs –2002 C&MS … the cost of preparing and updating the schedule is incidental to all contract items. –2005 C&MS.

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1 B. Progress Schedule Schedule Costs –2002 C&MS … the cost of preparing and updating the schedule is incidental to all contract items. –2005 C&MS Unless otherwise included as a pay item in the Contract Documents, the cost of preparing and updating the schedule is incidental to all contract items.

2 B. Progress Schedule Early Completion Schedule –2002 C&MS Escrow Documents when accepted progress schedule shows an early completion of Work more than 10 Calendar Days before the Completion Date. –2005 C&MS Added B.2. Early Completion Schedule –An Early Completion Schedule is defined as a baseline schedule which anticipates completion of all work prior to the Completion Date established by the contract documents and the Contractor submits as an Early Completion Schedule.

3 B. Progress Schedule 2005 C&MS The Engineer will initiate a change order amending the Completion Date to the finish date shown on the accepted Early Completion Schedule. All contract provisions concerning the Completion Date such as incentives, disincentives, excusable delays, compensable delays, and liquidated damages will be measured against the amended Completion Date. In the event that the Contractor elects not to execute the change order amending the Completion Date; the Contractor waives its rights to delay damages in meeting the projected early Completion Date.

4 C. Escrow Documents 2002 C&MS –Escrow Documents are required under the following circumstances: 1.early completion schedule shows completion of Work more than 10 Calendar Days before the Completion Date 2.when required by the Contract Documents 2005 C&MS –No longer linked to Early Completion Schedules –Eliminated Escrow Documents provision from C&MS –New Escrow Bid Documents Proposal Note 110 Will only be considered for use on projects >$30 million or of a highly technical nature

5 Time Extension and Payment for Excusable Delays 2002 C&MS A. General –2 nd paragraph states that the Department will consider paying the Contractor for excusable, compensable delays from a projected finish date earlier than the Completion Date 2005 C&MS A. General –Deleted 2 nd paragraph due to new Early Completion Schedule provision

6 Time Extension and Payment for Excusable Delays 2002 C&MS A. General –No mention of shared duty to mitigate damages 2005 C&MS A. General –Added explanation of Duty to Mitigate Mitigation of any delay, whether caused by the Department, Contractor, third party or an intervening event, is a shared contract and legal requirement. Mitigation efforts include, but are not limited to, re-sequencing work activities, acceleration, and continuation of work through an otherwise planned shutdown period. The Contractor and Engineer must explore and discuss potential mitigation efforts in a timely manner and must agree upon costs or cost sharing responsibilities prior to their implementation.

7 Extra and Force Account Work 2002 C&MS D.3.a. Field Overhead –Distinguished as D.3 Additional Allowable Delay Costs Due to Engineer-Ordered Suspensions from D.2 Allowable Delay Costs C&MS D.2.e. Field Overhead –Limits payment for field overhead to utility/railroad delays, engineer-ordered suspensions, and Department neglect….NOT delays due to revised work. –Added to the list of delay costs set forth in D.2 Allowable Delay Costs.

8 Extra and Force Account Work 2002 C&MS D.3.a. Field Overhead –The Department will pay the Contractor for field overhead costs during a delay period if the Contractor has incurred an excusable, compensable delay that delays the Work at least 10 calendar days beyond the original Completion Date; these days are cumulative throughout the project C&MS D.2.e. Field Overhead …provided all of the following criteria are met: (1)The Contractor or subcontractor has incurred an excusable, compensable delay that delays the Work at least 10 Calendar Days beyond the original Completion Date. These days are cumulative throughout the project. (2)The delay for which payment of field overhead is sought is only due to delays defined in D.2, D.3, and D.5.

9 Extra and Force Account Work 2002 C&MS D.3.a. Field Overhead –No reference to subcontractor entitlement C&MS D.2.e. Field Overhead –The Department will pay any Contractor or subcontractor for field overhead costs …

10 Extra and Force Account Work 2002 C&MS D.3.b. Home Office Overhead –Limits payment for home office overhead to engineer- ordered suspensions….NOT delays due to utility/railroad delays, Department neglect, or revised work C&MS D.2.f. Home Office Overhead –Sets forth same two criteria for payment as Field Office Overhead –Added to the list of delay costs set forth in D.2 Allowable Delay Costs.

11 Extra and Force Account Work 2002 C&MS D.3.b. Home Office Overhead –A significant subcontractor may submit a claim for reimbursement… 2005 C&MS D.2.f. Home Office Overhead –Clearly designates which subcontractors may submit a claim for home office overhead Any subcontractor that has approved C-92s for subcontracted work totaling $4,000, or more is eligible for reimbursement provided…

12 Extra and Force Account Work 2002 C&MS D.3.b. Home Office Overhead –Addresses normal winter shutdown periods –No provisions addressing UNANTICIPATED winter shutdown periods or construction periods HOOP = (exc./comp. delay x orig. contract $ x 5.5%) contract duration * Normal winter shutdown periods are subtracted out of duration terms

13 Extra and Force Account Work 2005 C&MS D.2.f. Home Office Overhead –Sets forth new calculation which clearly addresses UNANTICIPATED winter shutdown periods and construction periods

14 Extra and Force Account Work 2005 C&MS D.2.f. Home Office Overhead –Payment will be made for every eligible day beyond the original contract completion date at the… Home Office Overhead Daily Rate. Step 1: Determine HOOH Daily Rate Daily HOOP = (orig. contract $ x.08) contract duration * Normal winter shutdown periods are NOT subtracted out of duration term

15 Extra and Force Account Work 2005 C&MS D.2.f. Home Office Overhead –Payment for unanticipated construction period is distinguished from payment for unanticipated winter period Unanticipated construction period refers to the period between May 1 and November 30 Unanticipated winter period refers to the period between December 1 and April 30

16 Extra and Force Account Work 2005 C&MS D.2.f. Home Office Overhead Step 2: Determine HOOH Payment for Unanticipated Construction Period CP HOOP = Daily HOOP x D D = all excusable, compensable delays minus all delays due to D.1 revised work and D.4 government acts other than Department (Calendar Days)

17 Extra and Force Account Work 2005 C&MS D.2.f. Home Office Overhead Step 3: Determine HOOH Payment for Unanticipated Winter Period WP HOOP = Daily HOOP x F x (D/E) D = all excusable, compensable delays minus all delays due to D.1 revised work and D.4 government acts other than Department (Calendar Days) E = all excusable, compensable delays plus all excusable, non- compensable delays (Calendar Days) F = 151

18 Extra and Force Account Work 2005 C&MS D.2.f. Home Office Overhead Step 4: Determine Total HOOH Payment Total HOOP = CP HOOP + WP HOOP

19 HOOP Hypo Facts: Execution of Contract: 6/13/04 Original Completion Date: 9/30/05 Original Contract Amount: $12,000,000

20 HOOP Hypo Delays to Critical Path (Calendar Days): Weather – 50 (excusable, non-compensable) Utility – 91 (excusable, compensable) * BUT, 16 of the weather days were concurrent with the utility delay. So, only 75 of the utility delay days are compensable Extra Work – 39 days (excusable, compensable) __________________________________________________________ Total Time Extensions: – 16 = 164 Cal. Days The delays extend the project over the winter, so Cal. Days (time ext.) (winter shutdown) = 315 Cal. Days 9/30/05 (Orig. Compl. Date) Cal. Days = 8/11/06 Revised Completion Date: 8/11/06

21 HOOP Hypo Delays to Critical Path (calendar days): Weather – 50 (excusable, non-compensable) Utility – 91 (excusable, compensable) * BUT, 16 of the weather days were concurrent with the utility delay. So, only 75 of the utility delay days are compensable Extra Work – 39 days (excusable, compensable) ___________________________________________________________________ Excusable, compensable = = 114 Cal. Days Excusable, non-compensable = 50 Cal. Days

22 HOOP Hypo Step 1: Determine HOOH Daily Rate Daily HOOP = (orig. contract $ x.08) contract duration * Normal winter shutdown periods are NOT subtracted out of duration term Daily HOOP = ($12,000, x.08) 474 Cal. Days = $

23 HOOP Hypo Step 2: Determine HOOH Payment for Unanticipated Construction Period CP HOOP = Daily HOOP x D Daily HOOP = $ (from previous page) D = all excusable, compensable delays minus all delays due to D.1 revised work and D.4 government acts other than Department (Calendar Days) D =114 – 39(EW) = 75 CP HOOP = $ x 75 Cal. Days = $151,899

24 HOOP Hypo Step 3: Determine HOOH Payment for Unanticipated Winter Period WP HOOP = Daily HOOP x F x (D/E) Daily HOOP = $ (from previous page) D = 75 Cal. Days (from previous page) E = all excusable, compensable delays plus all excusable, non-compensable delays (Calendar Days) F = 151 or 152 in leap year E = (weather) = 164 WP HOOP = $ x 151 x (75 Cal. Days/164 Cal. Days) = $139,858.23

25 HOOP Hypo Step 4: Determine Total HOOH Payment Total HOOP = CP HOOP + WP HOOP Total HOOP = $151,899 + $139, = $291,757.23

26 Thank You


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