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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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Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Illinois, Virginia, New York

Prepared an owner/operator’s claim against a major railroad for causing delays and cost overruns during the construction of fiber optic communications systems along the railroad’s right-of-ways. Developed schedule delay analysis of each of the right-of-ways along which the fiber optic cable was installed in trenches. Identified detailed daily documentation that identified railroad interference or lack of support for the installation of the work.

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Wyoming

On behalf of the Wyoming Department of Transportation, evaluated a contractor’s delay and extended overhead claims on a structural steel bridge and anchored retaining wall project. Evaluated whether there was a reasonable basis for terminating the contractor.

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New Jersey

Developed the Baseline CPM Schedule for the $76 million Route 18 Extension Section 2A Highway Project.

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New York

Developed and maintained updates of the Baseline CPM Schedule for the $230 million Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (BQE) project. Provided schedule expertise, project administration, coordination, analysis, and negotiation of all time-related issues. The schedule was resource loaded with 2,840 activities.

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Florida

Prepared a contractor’s baseline and update schedules on the $100 million Palm Beach International Airport Interchange. Preparation of contractor’s claim against owner due to unforeseen conditions, owner delays, and productivity issues.

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Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York

Assisted Amtrak in preparation and presentation of claims against defendant EPC contractor under the Federal False Claims Act on the installation of a high speed rail from Boston to New York.  Client asserted that defendant contractor had improperly billed the government for substantial amounts that did not represent actual increased costs to the contractor but were rather the result of gross miscalculations of alleged increased costs due to scope changes, schedule impacts of changes and resulting acceleration costs.  Claims were settled prior to trial with the contractor agreeing to withdraw over $25 million of invoiced amounts.

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California

On behalf of a contractor, performed quality control and analyzed the reasonableness of schedule delays on a $70 million dispute for a tunnel-boring contract on the Los Angeles metro subway project. Construction of the subway tunnels was delayed by over two years. Identified and apportioned responsibility for the delays.

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Alberta, Canada

On behalf of a contractor, analyzed cost overruns associated with the construction of a heavy haul road in Alberta.

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Minnesota

On behalf of a contractor, analyzed damages to rebut a $52 million claim from the owner on a large wastewater tunnel. Audited and reconciled $166 million in actual costs versus an after the fact estimate of $114 million.

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New York

Provided support to management team including schedule coordination, review and development of Baseline CPM Schedule for the $87 million Roosevelt Avenue/74th Street reconstruction project. The schedule was resource loaded with 3,200 activities.

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