Webinar #16: Calculating Impacts: How to Apply the Measured Mile Method – John Koontz

May 26, 2020

The past few months have introduced us all to a whole new set of issues impacting productivity. From additional safety and screening requirements to distancing protocols, COVID-19 is causing real and often dramatic productivity losses on the job site.  In this webinar, MCAA Project Management educator John Koontz will walk you through The Measured Mile Method of productivity analysis. The Measured Mile is an established method for identifying productivity loss. Using it can not only assist you in adjusting workflow to limit loss but can also provide clear metrics for documentation and potential cost recovery. In the first of four webinars covering content found in the MCAA’s newly updated Change Order Productivity Overtime manual, John will cover labor cost system best practices that allow you to use the measured mile system of productivity analysis.

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This webinar was recorded Tuesday, May 26, 2020.

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