Alex Ho is specialised in project planning and programming, forensic delay analysis and provision of dispute resolution services to clients within the construction sector.
Alex has 19 years of experience in planning and programming duties in the construction industry. He worked as a planning engineer during his first 7 years in an engineering consulting firm (Arup) where he was responsible for the planning and programming duties working in the design office and construction site. His duties include conducting feasibility study on the constructability of projects; review and comment on the Contractor’s planning and programming submissions and method statements; monitor the progress of the works in relation to the Detailed Works Programme and highlight variances and problem areas; review the adequacy of manpower, plant and equipment; assess Contractor’s time-related claim submissions (i.e. EOT and disruption claim) and provide recommendations to the Engineer.
During the last 12 years Alex has been focused in forensic delay analysis and provision of dispute resolution services to clients including both the Employer and Contractor in the building and civil engineering sectors of the industry.
Alex is experienced to carry out delay analysis with the use of various forms of delay analysis techniques. He has extensive experience in carrying out independent assessment of time-related issues; preparation of time-related claim and defence. He has been appointed as programming expert witness on numerous occasions and he is experienced in the preparation of expert reports and has given oral evidence in arbitration proceeding.
Alex is proficient with the use of project planning software such as Primavera as well as various presentation and graphics packages.
Alex is also an accredited mediator and has been appointed as the mediator in construction cases.