Time Impact Analysis®

schedulingTIA® is a court-accepted schedule analysis technique created by MDCSystems®. Coupled with the application of legal principles, TIA® provides a means for equitably apportioning time-related construction disputes. This analysis technique can be characterized as a comparative analysis utilizing three basic scheduling documents.

  1. The As-Planned Schedule is utilized as a benchmark for measuring performance on a project.
  2. The As-Built Schedule depicts the actual sequence of events occurring over the life of a project.
  3. The Adjusted Schedules (Time Impacts) are a series of intermediate schedules adjusted to reflect actual progress at various times during the project. Analysis of these schedules allows assignment of causation and quantification of delay.


Capital Project Management System®

MDCSystems® utilizes CPMS® – a proprietary collection of customized software – to collect, analyze and visually display fact-intensive construction data. This state-of-the-art system quickly reduces large amounts of disparate cost and scheduling data into a more user-friendly and visual form that facilitates analysis and understanding. Computer animation, 3-D graphics, modeling, Time in Action® schedule analysis, and what-if scenarios (all features of CPMS®), allow for rapid review and comprehension of technical project information by fact-finders.

Our Capital Project Management System® will optimize your project performance by properly identifying and prioritizing the key issues, developing the scope, delivering realistic schedules and cost models. Properly aligning the organization’s business objectives with the project team’s execution strategy, allows a client to initialize a project with all the team members starting on the same basis. Application of appropriate metrics and criteria will enhance and strengthen your plan for submission to management. This can include benchmarking your projects against other similar facilities.

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