Tony is a Managing Director of Navigant’s Global Construction Practice. He has extensive experience in leading large expert witness cases involving the analysis of schedule delay and disruption and disputed Final Accounts. Having submitted over 100 Expert Reports and given evidence in the High Court and to Arbitration Tribunals in the UK, the Netherlands, Hong Kong and Egypt.
Operating at corporate level in the offshore sector, Tony lead the project controls functions for an international O&G organization. He regularly supervised multi-discipline project reviews on FPSO, Semi-Submersible and other offshore structures being built throughout Asia, the Middle East and in Brazil. In addition, he was involved in bid reviews and engaged in project commercial issues such as delays, cost overrun s, claims and disputes – both with clients and yards.
Tony qualified as a quantity surveyor in 1978 and subsequently worked within a broad commercial environment within the international project management field, dealing with claims, litigation, commercial issues and trouble shooting. He has also developed planning, cost management and contract management procedures and project execution improvements for international projects, including Gate Review processes.
Tony has published many papers, particularly on the topics of delay analysis and acceleration. He regularly gives seminars and undertakes bespoke training courses for clients. He was Chairman of the Fellows’ Committee of the Academy of Experts, which is concerned with the professional development of the Academy’s senior members. His PhD research at Manchester Business School concerns strategic issues in managing a professional services firm.
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