Managing & Assessing Delays

Jul 19
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Please contact Member Relations Officer Donna Kirk for further information. or 0448 033 413

Some argue that time delays are just the norm with projects, and too often these delays result in contract variations, cost increases and sometimes contractual disputes. However, others challenge this, including guest speaker Grant Axman-Friend.

Grant provides a delay claim expert's perspective on how project managers and contract administrators can better manage time programs and the assessment of delay and disruption claims.

Student Members $30 | Members $37 | Non-members $48
CPD: 3 Points


Grant Axman-Friend
Grant provides expert advice on road infrastructure projects, power generation and transmission projects, LNG plant construction, mine site and port infrastructure projects, light rail infrastructure projects and residential and commercial building projects to numerous organisations and Local Government.
Grant completed expert witness training through UNSW and presented at Expert Conclave, Tribunal and Commonwealth Public Works Committee hearings.
Grant is a Certified Practising Project Director (CPPD) with over 20 years of experience in the planning and delivery of a diverse range of infrastructure and building projects and has fulfilled roles including Program Manager, Project Director, Project Manager, Planning Manager, Lead Planner/Programmer, and Claims Analyst.

Grant has led teams of project managers and project controls personnel including quantity surveyors, cost engineers, estimators, planners and schedulers for capital works programs valued up to AU$15 billion.

Grant Axman-Friend