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Long International serves the global construction industry on projects of all types and sizes, as well as disputes of various complexities.

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On behalf of the general contractor, provided claim preparation, schedule and damage analyses, and litigation support services for the $100 million John Wayne Airport expansion project. Prepared detailed as-planned and as-built schedule analyses.



On behalf of a manufacturer of HRSGs, analyzed a contractor’s claim for delay, acceleration, scope of work changes, and loss of productivity on the installation of three waste HRSGs.

Refineries, Petrochemical, and Chemical

New York

On behalf of an owner, analyzed change order claims alleged by an EPC contractor on an ethanol from corn project at an old brewery site.

Refineries, Petrochemical, and Chemical

Alberta, Canada

Analyzed the expediting costs associated with the $320 million rebuild of a refinery in Alberta following a fire. Performed this work in support of an insurance company’s interest on a property damage claim that the refinery owner filed. Analyzed the trade-offs of increased time-related costs that would have been incurred had the work not been expedited compared to the increased costs as a result of a fast track schedule. Evaluated the results of the various scenarios using Monte Carlo calculations to derive a probabilistic determination of the range of costs as a function of the variables involved in the analyses. Analyses contributed to a successful settlement between the insurance carrier and the owner.

Gas, Gasification, GTL, LNG, and NGL


Retained by a major U.S. gas generation and distribution company to review existing plans and procedures for change order management and project cost and schedule control. Suggested modifications/enhancements to those plans and procedures and provided templates for the contents of these plans and procedures. Also prepared proforma EPC contracts for lump sum and reimbursable cost work.

Offshore Oil and Gas


On behalf of a major U.S. oil company, evaluated potential delay claims from the contractor associated with a DCS and alarm management upgrade to an offshore platform in the North Sea.

Building Construction


Provided CPM scheduling using Primavera on the $13 million San Marcos Town Center project in San Diego. This project included 2,700 LF of box culvert, a CIP bridge structure, grading, paving, traffic control, and the relocation of utilities including fiber optics. The contractor also relocated railroad tracks with ballast to accommodate construction.

Gas, Gasification, GTL, LNG, and NGL


On behalf of an owner, performed a comprehensive “cold eyes” contract risk analysis of the EPC contract documentation, including legal and non-legal exhibits and appendices, contained in the ITT. Provided a written list of recommendations with supporting justification of contractual provisions in the ITT that should be amended, deleted, and/or inserted so as to properly mitigate the client’s risk against spurious and/or undue claims/change orders. Also provided written recommendations as to what impact a project-wide incentive program would have on the contract contingency estimates.


Ontario, Canada

On behalf of the Ontario Provincial Government, evaluated delays to the restart of a power plant unit at a nuclear power electricity generation station located in northwest Ontario. The operator of the nuclear unit suffered a force majeure outage and, as a result, was entitled to balancing payments from the Ontario Government while the unit was being repaired and restarted. The provincial government was concerned that the delays that the unit operator experienced were excessively long. Evaluated whether the operator managed the unit’s outage schedule in the most efficient manner.

Water, Wastewater, Dams, and Marine


Provided dispute resolution services for the City of Columbus’ wastewater treatment plant Project “88.” Participated in document research and discovery of 160,000 project documents. Created an as-built CPM schedule with over 1,600 activities in order to evaluate alleged delays and impacts. Performed a retrospective CPM schedule delay analysis to determine schedule delays to the critical path as well as project acceleration. Determined the validity of 141 alleged contractor claim issues with a value over $7 million. Scrutinized the cause and effect relationship between alleged impact issues and schedule delays. Assisted in damage calculations and manpower distribution analysis. Based on the team’s analysis of the facts, the City of Columbus successfully negotiated an equitable settlement of claims.


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