Shawn Modar has 20 years of experience in the engineering and construction industry, with the majority of that time being focused on construction claim analysis and dispute resolution.
Mr. Modar draws on his experience in the areas of claim analysis and dispute resolution to assist contractors, subcontractors, and owners throughout the project lifecycle. His primary focus is assisting clients in their efforts to substantiate or defend against claims for the recovery of time and additional costs, avoid formal disputes, and make informed decisions that result in equitable resolutions.
Mr. Modar has provided consulting services to a variety of owners, sureties, contractors, subcontractors, regulatory agencies and attorneys, located throughout the United States and the world.
Mr. Modar oversees detailed schedule and damage analyses related to the evaluation and quantification of construction claims. He consults on various construction projects in multiple industries, including power generation facilities, liquefied natural gas plants, mining facilities, transportation and highway infrastructure projects, steel mills, resort and casinos, residential developments, wastewater treatment facilities, and schools and universities. Mr. Modar’s experience includes projects using both modular and stick-built construction methods.
In addition to claims analysis, Mr. Modar works with domestic and international clients to help them manage project cost and schedule risk on active projects. Leveraging lessons learned while working on previous dispute matters, he assists clients in developing and managing a documented project history that is consistent and sufficient to facilitate the resolution of unanticipated project issues during construction while minimizing the potential for additional schedule and cost risk.
Before joining FTI Consulting, Mr. Modar served as vice president and executive director of The Rhodes Group, where he led the firm’s project advisory service area.
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Contract Administration & Disputes