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Neil Gaudion

Neil Gaudion

  • Senior Managing Director, Leader of Construction Solutions
  • T: +1 404 460 6263
  • F: +1 404 460 6299
    • 1201 W Peachtree Street, NW
    • Suite 500
    • Atlanta, GA, 30309
    • United States
    • T: +1 404 460 6200
    • F: +1 404 460 6299

Neil Gaudion is a Senior Managing Director at FTI Consulting and is based in Atlanta. He is a member of the Construction Solutions and Government Contracts group. His practice is concentrated on assisting owners, contractors and other construction professionals on implementing effective project controls and in the development, analysis and resolution of major construction and public contract disputes.

Over his career, Mr. Gaudion has consulted with clients on virtually every type of major construction project in the United States, South America, Africa, the Caribbean and the Middle East. Mr. Gaudion has also provided advice on how to avoid disputes to both owners and contractors on several large “mega-projects”. Should disputes arise, Mr. Gaudion has many years of experience in performing delay analysis and quantifying the effects of delay, disruption and interference and has testified in arbitration (both ICC and AAA forums), dispute review board proceedings, deposition and mediation. In addition, Mr. Gaudion has advised clients on best-practices for project controls and provided seminars on practical project documentation and claims avoidance.

Notable projects include consulting on the Central Artery/Tunnel Project (a.k.a. the “Big Dig”); Tren Urbano in Puerto Rico, Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport expansion, and the Boston Harbor Project. Additionally, Mr. Gaudion has consulted on several healthcare facilities, major wastewater treatment programs, several power generation projects in Massachusetts, Colorado, Iowa, Missouri and West Africa, amounting to well over 2,000 MW of generating capacity and 22 miles of hard-rock tunnel with a combined construction value of over $500 million. In the government contracting sector, Mr. Gaudion has advised clients on several aerospace and shipbuilding programs.

Mr. Gaudion was appointed Project Controls Manager for a Global Fortune 500 company developing a $1.9 billion copper and cobalt production facility in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. This project included 126km of carbon steel and stainless piping, numerous carbon and stainless steel tank structures, and structural steel throughout the plant. Mr. Gaudion’s responsibilities on this project included management of all schedule and budget related issues, including performance measurement, cost analysis, schedule updating and reporting, cost estimating, cash flow analysis, contract administration and the negotiation of changes and claims.

Mr. Gaudion has a B.S. in mechanical engineering from Tufts University with a minor in engineering management and a M.B.A. from Kennesaw State University.

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