Mr. Laskey is a Principal with Long International and has more than 40 years of project experience in the U.S. and Australia. Mr. Laskey has served as the lead technical expert on more than 10 arbitration and litigation matters related to the duty of the engineer and design professional, construction contractor standard of care, construction claims, and oil and gas equipment failures. His project experience includes refineries, oil and gas facilities, natural gas processing and conditioning plants, chemical plants, coal seam gas gathering and facilities, and commercial and residential buildings.
He has testified in federal and state district courts. Before joining Long International, Mr. Laskey was a Process Engineer, Field Construction Engineer, Project Engineer, and Project Manager for both a large domestic architectural and engineering firm and a major international engineering and construction company. As a Project Manager, he was responsible for all aspects of facility estimating, budget and schedule preparation and control, engineering, design, procurement, and construction.
Early in his career, Mr. Laskey was an Operations Engineer and Measurement Engineer for the upstream subsidiary of a major U.S. oil company. He relies on his experience in operations and the management of engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) projects to perform financial analysis, delay analysis, causation and damages analysis, prepare expert reports, and testify in arbitration and litigation.
B.S., Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University, 1977
Registered Professional Engineer, Texas (No. 53346)
Gas Processors Association, Rocky Mountain Chapter