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3T - Análisis forense de atraso según prácticas recomendadas de la industria de la construcción (AACE)

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Análisis forense de atraso según prácticas recomendadas de la industria de la construcción (AACE) 

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El análisis forense de retrasos programados es el estudio e investigación de eventos que utilizan los métodos de programación de CPM para establecer la causa y el alcance de los retrasos y para resolver reclamos de retrasos en la construcción a través de negociaciones o procedimientos legales. Es un campo para expertos entrenados y con experiencia en la programación de CPM.

Este curso explica los conceptos de Análisis forense de atraso según las practicas recomendadas por la AACE. Al finalizar este curso tendrás un mejor entendimiento de la terminología y las practicas recomendadas por la AACE, también discutiremos el proceso de selección de métodos. Este curso es de beneficio para personas que tengan función de manejador de proyecto.

Al final de esta presentación usted podrá:

  1. Entender los conceptos básicos establecidos por la AACE
  2. Conocer los principios de análisis de atraso
  3. Reconocer los distintos tipos de análisis de atraso
  4. Conocer las distintas metodologías según recomendada por la AACE
  5. Seleccionar el método apropiado
  6. Entender como comparar los métodos.

Instructor

William Rosado Ramos, P. E., PMP

President, Project Management & Engineering, PSC

Graduated in  May 1997 with a Civil Engineering degree (UPR - Mayagüez, PR). After completion of his civil engineering studies, he began to work for Redondo Perini JV as Assistant Project Manager in the Tren Urbano, one of the major construction projects in the history of Puerto Rico. He was in charge of the project scheduling, cost control, procurement coordination and change orders management, among other duties for the joint venture contract. On August 2001, Eng. Rosado was promoted to manage the Project Control Department of Redondo Construction, one of the partners of the Redondo Perini JV. In this position, Eng. Rosado was responsible for the project planning, execution, monitoring and CPM schedule analysis of all the company projects. On March 2002, Eng. Rosado decided to join MD Engineering Group and at the same time commence to render Project Management Consulting services. He commenced to work for this prestigious local firm as Resident Engineer in charge of the quality assurance and Owner’s project management of a Public Housing project. Due to its leadership and capability, Eng. Rosado was promoted on March 2004 as Project Director. In this position, he was in charge to manage various projects of different agencies such as Puerto Rico Housing Administration, PRASA and University of Puerto Rico. After an excellent performance, MD Engineering Group promoted Eng. Rosado again on January 2006 as Client Coordinator. In this position, he was in charge to manage all company projects corresponding to the Puerto Rico Housing Administration. Notwithstanding, Eng. Rosado decided to resign on February 2006 and founded Project Management & Engineering, PSC, a company oriented to provide Project Management and Engineering services. Since its foundation, Eng. Rosado and Project Management & Engineering, PSC, have more than $750M in projects providing Consulting Services for the main construction companies of Puerto Rico and Panamá. In addition, Project Management & Engineering, PSC has more than $50M in private and public projects as Construction Management and Contracted Inspection along the 13 years of existence. In September 2016, Eng. Rosado joined K2 Construction Consultants, a company located in Bethesda, Maryland. As a Senior Consultant of K2 Construction Consultants, Eng. Rosado has managed more than $200M in projects countrywide as a forensic claim expert. Eng. Rosado has worked with construction claims such as delays, acceleration, extended general conditions and loss of productivity impacts with a combined claim value of $36M.  Eng. Rosado has been a Licensed Professional Engineer in Puerto Rico since 2000 and Licensed Professional Engineer in Florida since 2016. Eng. Rosado has various remarkable certification such as Project Management Professional (PMP), Planning & Scheduling Professional (PSP) and OSHA’s 30 hours training certification.

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