FORENSIC DELAY & EXPERT SERVICES
CAN FORENSIC DELAY HELP YOUR BUSINESS?
HOW CAN FORENSIC DELAY HELP YOUR BUSINESS?
Planetal can provide both prospective and retrospective analysis of construction programmes, providing early resolution of extension of time claims or to analyse claims which have been received. Fundamentally, Planetal work on both the preparation and defence of Extension of Time claims.
Our chosen method of analysis is specific to each case, as there is no one size fits all approach, and we tailor the analysis based on the circumstances and information available.
Having previously worked on numerous Extension of Time claims we understand the likely presentation methods that will aide in obtaining the necessary awards in favour of our clients.
WHY CHOOSE US
CHOOSING THE BEST COMPANY FOR FORENSIC DELAY
At Planetal, we have a high success rate of agreeing, through negotiation, for resolution of claims, prior to engaging with legal professionals in costly court cases.
CAN EXPERT SERVICES HELP YOUR BUSINESS?
HOW CAN EXPERT SERVICES HELP YOUR BUSINESS?
Planetal accept expert appointments for delay, scheduling, and project planning. All expert appointments are impartial expert opinions and will only be undertaken where there is no conflict of interest.
Experts have an overriding duty to the court as required under civil procedure rules. The expert’s role is to assist the tribunal. We do this by presenting and explaining the analysis to non-planning professionals, a fundamental attribute of a Professionally Qualified Civil Engineer.
At Planetal, we appreciate that logical and methodical forms of analysis, based on facts are more accurate. We therefore tailor each assessment to the information available and present our findings in the clearest manner to aide understanding of typically complex projects and analysis.
WHY CHOOSE US
CHOOSING THE BEST COMPANY FOR EXPERT SERVICES
Planetal staff are experienced in project delivery and delay analysis therefore we can provide an appreciation for the challenges faced when delivering schemes and the events which are likely to have caused delays.