Are you dealing with increased time and performance costs due to unresolved change orders, disputed specifications, delays, and loss of productivity?

Look no further! Trust our team to assist with cost-based engineering and construction damage claims.

We integrate engineering, accounting, and financial experts to produce a well-supported and compensable claim or present a strong defense against a claim’s validity. Our construction quantum experts will calculate damages incurred by defective contractor work, decreased production capacity due to defective design, and other issues.

Our cost variance analyses determine a contractor’s responsibility for bid errors and performance problems, in addition to owner responsibility for compensable problems. Our comprehensive approach to quantum analysis in construction seeks to develop a supportable basis for damages derived from analyzing problems caused by both parties, contractual risks, and actual man-hours and costs incurred.

We combine engineering analyses and fact-finding with cost accounting and cost-variance analysis to ease your construction woes.

  1. Prolongation cost claims: How the causation test in contract law affects the quantum methodology in various situations, such as localised delay (i.e., when some activities are delayed, but others are not) and concurrent delay involved.
  2. Disruption claims: discussions include the function of a “but for” test in assessing disruption and how the judge or tribunal’s discretion may help assess the quantum when there is uncertainty, provided unavoidable or undoubted loss arising from the disruptive event is demonstrated and evidenced.
  3. Claims for off-site overheads (e.g., head office overheads): Demonstrate actual loss even if they rely on formula (e.g., Hudson, Emden and Eichleay) for quantification and prepare quantum claims that will withstand any adjudication process.
  4. Loss of profit claims: the discussions include the basis on which loss of profit can be claimed. It examines how expectation damages or the full compensation principle may allow the claimant to claim such loss if the contract is silent on this matter.
  5. Loss of Opportunity claims
  6. Construction Insurance Claims
  7. Quantum claims arising from defective works
  8. Quantum claims arising from termination
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