Julian Leizerovici is a Senior Advisor in FTI Consulting’s Forensic & Litigation Consulting segment and is based in Toronto, Canada. Mr. Leizerovici has over 40 years of experience in the construction industry, specializing in managing large scale projects and dispute resolution.
Mr. Leizerovici’s career encompasses a wide range of projects in the areas of heavy civil infrastructure, public works and residential developments. Before joining FTI Consulting, Mr. Leizerovici served as the general manager of transportation at Aecon, one of the largest Canadian contractors. There he managed large-scale projects in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario, including municipal and Alberta Transportation infrastructure work, a Jansen potash mine development and the Toronto Pearson International Airport. He has significant experience with municipal infrastructure contracts involving grade separations, bridges, and utilities, road construction for public and private clients like Ford and Chrysler, and major highway construction in North and Central America. His global experience includes work in Israel, Guatemala, Mexico, Bermuda and Canada.
Mr. Leizerovici has accumulated extensive experience in dispute resolution, having personally authored and managed multiple complex claims in projects under his direction and as an external advisor. At Aecon, Mr. Leizerovici formed and led a new division group responsible for dispute resolution for contracts throughout the entire company. The group acts as an independent profit center and provides support services and claim preparation for all stages including adjudication, referee, mediation, arbitration, and other contractual requirements.
Mr. Leizerovici has an engineering degree obtained at Technion (Israeli University), a Master’s Certificate in Project Management from Schulich School of Business (York University) as well as an M.B.A. obtained at Rotman School of Business (University of Toronto).
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