- Senior Director
- Forensic & Litigation Consulting
- T: +1 713 353 5452
- F: +1 713 353 5459
- 2222 Ponce De Leon Blvd
- Miami, FL, 33134
- United States
- T: +1 305 714 4600
- F: +1 305 714 4646
- B.S., Building Construction, Georgia Institute of Technology
- Planning and Scheduling Professional (PSP)
- Project Management Professional (PMP)
- Project Management Institute (PMI)
- Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering (“AACE”) International
- International Law Section of the Florida Bar, International Construction Committee
- Claims Management
- Change Management
- Construction Solutions
- Contract Administration & Disputes
- International Arbitration
- Energy, Power & Products
- Real Estate & Infrastructure
Jonathan Haag is a Senior Director at FTI Consulting and based in Miami, Florida. He is a member of the Construction Solutions practice. Mr. Haag is an expert in advising owners, contractors, and other key stakeholders in the analysis and resolution of major construction claims and disputes, typically opining on matters related to schedule delays, lost productivity, defective services, and cost overruns. Additionally, he routinely advises clients during the planning and execution of major capital projects, focusing on elements of cost, schedule, and commercial management, as well as overall project management.
Mr. Haag has advised clients on projects of all scopes and sizes around the world, including North and South America, Central Asia, and Africa. He has worked with a myriad of owners, contractors, and other parties to provide schedule and delay analysis, dispute resolution, and assistance with projects controls, contract, and procurement management. His industry experience includes mining, oil and gas, power generation, pipeline, heavy civil, marine construction, manufacturing programs, condominium, performing arts, government, institutional, airport, educational, and other large industrial projects.
Notable projects with which Mr. Haag has been involved include the expansion of a major mining operation in South America, the construction of several floating production, storage, and offload (“FPSO”) vessels in South America, the development of a greenfield mine facility in Kazakhstan, and the construction of various power generation facilities, including hydroelectric, coal-fired, and heat-recovery facilities. Mr. Haag has also consulted on various building projects, such as high and low-rise construction across the southeast United States.
Additionally, Mr. Haag has been appointed in contract management positions for several large construction projects, including a $1.9 billion expansion project to increase the capacity and capabilities of an existing copper and molybdenum mining operation in North America. This project included the installation of various very-large-equipment (“VLE”), construction of numerous structural steel structures and tanks, and installation of extensive piping and electrical systems. Mr. Haag was responsible to oversee the primary engineering and procurement contract, review and manage project changes and back charges for the overall project, and development, rebuttal, and negotiation of various claims at project close out.
Mr. Haag has a B.S. in Building Construction from the Georgia Institute of Technology and has been certified by AACE International as a Planning and Scheduling Professional and by the Project Management Institute as a Project Management Professional.