Claims Class Quarterly | Issue 4

The latest edition of the Claims Class Quarterly newsletter has been released and it's a good one.Read more


Claims Class Principal Launches New Book on FIDIC Contracts

Claims Class Principal, Andy Hewitt, has just launched his second book entitled The FIDIC Contracts: Obligations of the Parties.Read more


Distance Learning Reaches all Corners of the World

We have recently had somewhat of a flurry of registrations for our Distance Learning course, which seems to indicate that the message is getting out and that good feedback from students is helping to spread the word.Read more


Claims Class Quarterly | Issue 3

The third edition of the Claims Class Quarterly is out!Read more


Reflections: the year gone by and plans for 2014

2013 was a busy year for Claims Class but before we rush ahead with plans for 2014 it is important to give ourselves a (small) pat on the back and take note of our key achievements...Read more


Claims Class Quarterly | Issue 2

We are pleased to release the second edition of the Claims Class Quarterly. It gives us great pleasure to release this newsletter and we have received great feedback on the content of our newsletters so far...Read more


Claims Class Delivers Principles of Forensic Delay Analysis Course in Dubai with Success

Claims Class introduced its new course, 'The Principles of Forensic Delay Analysis', to the Dubai market yesterday, 10th September 2013.

The course was held at The Address Dubai Marina Hotel and was attended by Planning Consultants, Contract Administrators, Structural Engineers and others who must be familiar with delay analysis principles.
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Delegates happy to receive their certificates of achievement at the end of the day!

If an extension of time claim is to succeed, it is essential to link cause with effect and the one-day course is designed to give those who are involved in the preparation, review and management of claims an overview of the various methods of calculating the effect of delays on the time for completion.

The course was presented by Andy Hewitt, Principal of Claims Class and Lee Sporle, Managing Director of Sporle Consultancy Services which provides planning and delay analysis services to the construction industry.

Feedback from the delegates was excellent and Claim Class is looking forward to presenting the course in other locations in the near future. We are also working with Sporle Consultancy to develop a more detailed two-day course which will look at the more practical side of forensic delay analysis, rather than the one-day overview course. The two-day course will be of benefit to planners and the like who are involved in the actual preparation of delay analyses.

If you wish to register your interest for either of these courses, please drop us an email and we will ensure that you are keep up to date.

Claims Class Quarterly | Issue 1

We are pleased to announce that the first edition of the Claims Class Quarterly has been launched.Read more