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Arkansas

On behalf of an owner, analyzed EPC schedules for an $880 million coal-fired power plant. Evaluated schedule metrics, reviewed schedule logic, and assessed the reasonableness of the critical path.

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California

On behalf of an owner, furnished CPM scheduling services for a 2x1 combined cycle power plant in San Jose.

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Arizona

Performed a prudency audit of a large nuclear power plant including the evaluation of the justification and causes for scope and cost growth as well as the origin, components and reasonableness of $1.3 billion of start-up and commissioning cost overruns.

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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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Mississippi

Assessed the delays a contractor experienced on a project. Provided delay analyses and opinions regarding issues that the contractor identified that caused impacts to the project final completion milestone and that the owner allegedly caused. 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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Ohio

On behalf of a nuclear stem system licensor and supplier, analyzed schedule delay, productivity loss, and direct damages totaling over $1 billion allegedly resulting from problems related to hydrodynamic loads on a nuclear power plant reactor building. Developed a document database comprising hundreds of thousands of documents, and managed the technical experts providing the design analysis.

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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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Colorado

On behalf of a contractor, prepared a schedule analysis and claim on the assembly of turbine generators on a hydroelectric power plant project. Participated in mediation to resolve the dispute.

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Florida

Analyzed delay claims and supporting documentation that a contractor submitted for the manufacture of four HRSGs for a repowering project.

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Massachusetts

Assisted original principals in defending a $6 million claim by the acquiring firm regarding a project that manufactured long-term storage containers for spent nuclear fuel. The purchasing firm alleged that the principals of the original firm misrepresented relevant financial information related to the project’s progress and forecast costs at the time of the change in ownership. Assisted original principals in substantiating that actual performance of the work in progress was in fact consistent with projections and the only exceptions were due to a substantial change in the definition and allocation of overhead burdens, and other business decisions made by the acquiring firm subsequent to the transfer of ownership. Claim was settled prior to hearings and on terms very favorable to defendant client.

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