Quantification of Delay and Disruption in Construction and Engineering Projects
Delay and disruption often impacts entire projects and is prevalent throughout the entire construction and engineering industries - no project or construction professional is immune to the effects. In this practical guide, FTI Consulting’s Robert Gemmell provides a thorough review and analysis of the methods to quantify financial loss caused by both delay and disruption. Robert also covers the planning and programming of a construction project, and the primary methods of delay analysis.
Quantification of Delay and Disruption in Construction and Engineering Projects is aimed at any construction professional anywhere in the world involved in preparing, assessing, managing and/or deciding issues concerning the:
- Assessment of additional time to complete the work
- Additional payment for delay and/or disruption to the progress of a construction or engineering project
"Here we have at last an Australian work of legal scholarship and authority written on the challenging subject: the quantification of delay and disruption on construction and engineering projects. Robert Gemmell’s text book is as comprehensive as it is valuable, providing as it does a practical guide to the critical exercise of quantification of the loss. The subject matter is not only written for application in Australia, but also internationally."
The Hon Justice Peter Vickery, a Judge of the Supreme Court of Victoria and Judge-in-charge of the Technology, Engineering and Construction List.
About the Author
Robert Gemmell is a Director in the Construction Solutions practice of FTI Consulting based in Brisbane. He is a highly skilled dispute resolution professional specialising in the quantification and assessment of loss caused by delay and disruption on construction and infrastructure projects.
Robert has over 20 years’ experience in the international construction industry working in both professional practice and construction contracting companies in consultancy and ‘hands-on’ roles on live construction and engineering projects. Valued for his impartial and frank opinions, analytical skills and methodical approach, he has undertaken more than 100 appointments as Arbitrator, Adjudicator, Expert Determiner and given evidence under oath in court proceedings as Expert Witness in disputes ranging from several thousand to several hundred millions of Australian Dollars.
Robert also tutors for the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Oceania and is an active member of the Society of Construction Law Australia. He is a guest lecturer on the Master of Construction Law program at the University of Melbourne and a published author, co-writing a number of books on Adjudication with the now retired UK High Court Judge, Frances Kirkham, for the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
Publisher: Thomson Reuters