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California

Provided damages and schedule analysis and claims assistance for an electrical and instrumentation contractor on a geothermal power plant project.

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Ohio

Analyzed entitlement, schedule, and cost issues on litigation arising from a construction manager’s termination of a nuclear demolition contractor. Prepared an affirmative claim valued at $2.3 million and rebutted the contractor’s counterclaim valued at $1.5 million.

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Kentucky

Testified regarding damages on behalf of an HRSG manufacturer on a gas-fired power plant project. Analysis work and testimony related to the independent analysis and rebuttal of significant cost overruns alleged by the prime contractor for schedule delays and changes.

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South Carolina

Assessed the delays a contractor experienced on a project. Provided delay analyses and opinions regarding owner-furnished engineering drawings and materials that the contractor identified that caused impacts to its ability to deliver the project on time and on budget. The assessment identified which delays were attributable to the owner’s actions or inactions and quantified the number of days for which the contractor was entitled to an extension of time.

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California

Developed a contractor’s $21 million delay and disruption claim against the owner of a 4x2 combined cycle power plant in Romoland. The scope of work included a detailed CPM schedule analysis to determine delay and acceleration responsibility.

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New Brunswick, Canada

On behalf of underwriters, as a result of a potentially insured event, evaluated whether other causes of schedule delay to the shutdown and refueling of a nuclear power plant would have caused concurrent delays to the project. Participated as a member of the Loss Adjuster’s Team of experts concerning a $140 million property damage claim and a $255 million delayed start-up claim. Evaluated Primavera schedules, analyzed opposing expert’s reports, and provided support to loss adjusters, counsel, and underwriters at market meetings.

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Connecticut

Assisted an insurance company against a claim by an EPC contractor on a project involving the design, procurement and construction of a new 550 MW combined cycle power plant. The contractor claimed that an insured accident caused over $30 million in impact costs including 6 months of project delay and loss of labor productivity and increased support costs in attempts to accelerate to overcome delays. Performed a schedule delay analysis to demonstrate that actual impact of insured accident was negligible and concurrent with delays caused by the EPC contractor. The case was settled just prior to hearings.

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Connecticut

Analyzed a $50 million delayed start-up claim on a 500 MW power plant. Evaluated project delays and cost impacts related to the Heat Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG) collapse.

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Indiana

Provided damages analysis for the federal government on a major nuclear power plant litigation involving the investigation of damages resulting from alleged antitrust and racketeering activities by several major electrical contractors. Work included database research, discovery and deposition support, issues research, and incurred cost, schedule, productivity, and estimate analyses. Analysis emphasized the evaluation of both estimated and actual electrical commodity quantities, material unit costs, labor unit productivity rates, labor rates and extensions, and global estimate basis assumptions, adjustments, conditioning and productivity factor considerations. The cost evaluations also comprised numerous comparative analyses of project information against industry standards and other nuclear power plants.

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Florida

Assisted with the preparation of a contractor’s delay claim for late delivery of owner-supplied piping and equipment; extensive rework on improperly fabricated superheat panels; unrealistic, overzealous, and extra contractual inspections and QA/QC demands by owner personnel; extensive additional work associated with the electrical scope; late and incomplete submittal of necessary design information; and excessive changes to design data subsequent to Issue for Construction drawings particularly for the electrical work.

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