Forensic Analysis/Claims Support

We provide forensic analysis to help our clients effectively manage project claims.

When project issues are confronted early, organizations have the opportunity to minimize conflict and reduce the negative progressive impacts of the issues. There are times, though, when issues are not addressed in a timely manner and significant time delays and cost escalation occur on a project.

Management Solutions works with our clients during those instances where claims conditions for a project may be anticipated. Through a complete schedule, cost, and conditions analysis, our experts are able to evaluate any issues and assess the viability of potential claims. Should the project claim evolve to the level of formal submission or dispute, Management Solutions can also provide complete time impact analysis for presentation.

Examples of our work

We have extensive experience providing forensic analysis and claims support for our clients. Recent projects include:

  • Providing Time Impact Analysis modeling and consulting to a commercial construction client specific to time impact and disruption events on a new family housing project being constructed for the United States Army
  • Providing claims review and analysis support for a Municipal Airport Authority specific to the first phase of an airport improvement project
  • Supporting the project management team of a large commercial engineering services firm with claims review and analysis support on a high profile project sponsored by the United States Air Force
  • Supporting a Department of Defense agency by providing Time Impact Analysis and recommendations specific to time extensions and overhead claims for multiple construction projects

 

We take a highly disciplined approach, focused on executing the right tasks, at the right time, to deliver the right returns.

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IMPACT STORIES

  • Municipal Airport Authority

    The Challenge: Our client was a municipal airport authority responsible for managing a construction improvement project at the airport. At the conclusion of the project, a claim in excess of $1 million was brought against the airport authority by one of the construction contractors on the project. The contractor claimed that the lost economic value to…

  • Lock Project Review

    The Challenge: Our client was a Department of Defense agency. The client’s project consisted of the excavation and construction of nine Upstream Concrete Monoliths for a new 132,000 square foot Lock. The construction of the nine monoliths to partial height would ensure a stable configuration of the site until the next construction contract could be awarded. The…

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