Claim Analysis


MCII uses proven and accepted industry techniques to document, analyze, quantify, and report construction delays in accordance with contractual requirements and court appointed methodologies. MCII can help clients in defending against problematic and flawed schedule delay analysis methodologies.

  • Forensic Delay  Analysis
  • Identify: Excusable, Non-excusable, and Compensable Delays
  • Reconstruction of As-Planned and As-Built schedules
  • Evaluate Out-of-Sequence Work and Stacking of Trades
  • Perform Delay Impact Analysis due to:
    • Scope Changes
    • Constructive Changes
    • Directed and Constructive Accelerations
    • Unforeseen (Differing – Changed – Varying – Concealed)  Conditions
    • Loss of Labor Productivity and Efficiency
    • Contract Termination
    • Disruptions and Stoppage of Work
    • Adverse Weather Conditions
    • Force Majeure Conditions
    • Suspension of Work
    • Lack and/or Late Responses by Owners/Contractors
    • Other Owner’s/Contractor’s Caused Delays
  • Perform Earned Value Analysis
  • Perform Earned Value Analysis
  • Entitlement Analysis and Claim Evaluation
  • Quantify Delay damages (Extended General Conditions, Unabsorbed Main Office Overhead, etc.)
  • Claim Presentation and Negotiation



MCII can offer its clients claim services to defend/attack other types of claims including:

  •  Late Payment Claims
  • Termination Claims
  • Construction Productivity Loss Claims, using:
    • Measured Mile Analysis
    • Revenue per man hour
    • Published Industry Productivity Factors
    • Total Cost Method
    • Modified Total Cost Method
    • Cumulative Impact Method
  •  Constructive Change Claims
  • Cost/Price Escalation Claims