Resource Highlight: MCAA/NECA/SMACNA’s White Paper on Project-Specific Loss of Productivity Analysis Methodologies

December 10, 2021

Each week, MCAA will highlight one or more of the educational resources that are free to MCAA members as a benefit of membership. This week, we focus on MCAA/NECA/SMACNA’s White Paper on Project-Specific Loss of Productivity Analysis Methodologies. There is no question the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the construction industry as a whole. This white paper has been prepared as an independent guide for contractors who are required to, or choose to, prepare project-specific labor inefficiency analyses.

The contents of this white paper were prepared and peer reviewed by construction industry experts and authors of MCAA’s Change Orders, Productivity, Overtime: A Primer for the Construction Industry guide, Paul Stynchcomb, CCM, PSP, CFCC, and Professor William Ibbs, Ph.D. of The Ibbs Consulting Group. The guide was developed to assist construction contractors, their customers, and others involved in construction projects in determining the costs associated with unplanned events, circumstances, and factors that may impact the outcome, productivity, and schedule of those projects.

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MCAA’s Change Orders, Productivity, Overtime: A Primer for the Construction Industry

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