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NEC ECC: How can I change the X5 Sectional completion dates to move it later in the programme, what is the appropriate CE e.g. 80.1 (bullet point 2) or 60.1(5) etc.?

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While I want to move the Sectional Completion Date forward I don’t the Completion Date to be changed as the works can be successfully resequenced so to not impact the Completion Date.

The reason for moving forward the Sectional Completion date is because another contractor (outside this particular contract, however they are engaged by the same client i.e. 2 separate contractors working on the same site & project) did not work within the times shown on the Accepted Programme.
asked May 21 in General by A Ginnane (150 points)  

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Any valid compensation event when it is quoted/assessed will assess the impact of that event upon any relevant Key Dates or Sectional Completion Dates, as well as overall Completion Date (or more specifically the planned date, which then allows the Completion Date to be moved by the same amount).

Sectional Completions are not necessarily linked to the Completion Date, but a correctly logic linked programme should give you the correct answer when you impact the CE into the programme and reschedule it. If it moves the planned Sectional Completion Date, then there is an entitlement to move the Sectional Completion. If it also moves planned Completion, then Completion Date should also move, but if it doesn't then it is only the Sectional Completion that is entitled to be moved.

Even if it is linked, they are obliged to mitigate the effects of a CE (mitigation being at no additional cost or risk) so if they CAN re-sequence to maintain the Completion Date then they should. Note however that you can not impose acceleration - that has to be by agreement.
answered May 21 by Glenn Hide Panel Member (84,800 points)  
selected May 22 by A Ginnane