Programming and delay analysis methodologies

Programming and delay analysis methodologies

Programming and Delay Analysis Methodologies for Decision Makers 

with Shady Mikhail
Wednesday, 20 September 2023 | 5.30pm (6pm start) – 7:30pm AEST (Live streaming from 6pm for virtual attendees)|The College of Law

Construction Programming & Forensic Schedule Analysis Methodologies.

The objectives of this presentation will be to assist decision makers understand the different types of delay analysis methodologies and better communicate with programming and delay experts when required.

The presentation will discuss the schedule delay analysis methodologies mainly from the AACE Recommended Practice RP29R-03 and RP52R-06, Forensic Schedule Analysis and Time Impact Analysis, respectively.

This presentation will benefit:

  • Arbitrators
  • Expert Determiners
  • Adjudicators
  • Lawyers

About the presenter

Shady Mikhail

Shady is a Civil Engineer (BSc) and holds Master of Laws in Construction Law and Arbitration (LLM); he practices in the programming and forensic delay side of expert evidence, also in the ADR space in a decision-maker's capacity.

Shady has 20 years post graduate experience gained mainly in construction programming which saw him working in different profiles of mega construction projects – high rise towers, rail, mixed use developments and US embassies.

He is a practicing expert determiner, grade 2 adjudicator in Queensland, a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and graded arbitrator with the Resolution Institute and an arbitrator in ICC Australia / ACCI panel of arbitrators.

Shady says that his decision-making role increased his passion towards construction programming more than when he was involved in construction delivery only.

Thanks to The College of Law, for generously hosting this event.


Wednesday, 20 September 2023
5:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Members: AU$25 | Non-members: AU$45 | PD Members: Free
The College of Law
Level 4 Conference Room
570 George Street
Sydney NSW 2000
1.00 CPD Hours