Webinar #19: Estimating Labor Impacts: How to Use The MCAA Factors – John Koontz

June 9, 2020
When used correctly, the MCAA factors can be an invaluable resource in both forward pricing change orders and retroactively determining cumulative impacts.

The MCAA’s “Factors Affecting Labor Productivity” can be an invaluable tool when attempting to prove labor productivity loss, a process that has always been one of the most difficult aspects of change management. John Koontz explores how to practically apply the MCAA factors to estimate and price losses of labor productivity. He discusses the dos and don’ts of applying these factors, bridging the gap between theoretical percentages and actual job site impacts. When used correctly, the MCAA factors can be an invaluable resource in both forward pricing change orders and retroactively determining cumulative impacts. This webinar explores best practices for making these factors work for you, helping you to account for additional labor costs resulting from the scope changes and disruption of workflow that occur on jobs far more often than we might like.

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This webinar was recorded Thursday, June 9, 2020.

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