Projects

Our experts are strategically based around the globe to deliver analysis and determinations to assist in resolving insurance claims and construction disputes. With specialist teams in time, cost and technical, and a broad range of industry experience, we bring clarity to the most complex of situations.

61MW Onshore Wind Farm

The Super Grid Transformer suffered delay during transit which led to critical delays to the phased handover of the plant. CCi was appointed as the delay expert to help quantify the extent to which the project had suffered delay to its commercial operation date as a result of damage. Working with very limited available information, CCi worked collaboratively and flexibly with the insured to establish the overall project status and achieve a successful settlement of the claim.

Location: UK

Floating Wet Concentrator Plant

The floating wet concentrator plant developed a sudden list (lean) to port side within the pond before settling on the bottom of the pond and mining was curtailed as a result. CCi reviewed and reported on the duration of the reinstatement element of the works, with specific concentration on the duration of the work relating to the rectification of damage as a result of the incident, absent improvement and maintenance works.

Location: Australia

Ground Engineering and Geotechnical Pre-construction Services Project (HS2)

CCi was appointed to provide claims management support on the largest geotechnical ground investigation programme in Europe, delivered from commencement to final account.

Location: UK

Light Railway Project

CCi was appointed as quantum and delay experts to provide opinion on delays and extensions of time, together with the assessment of the Final Account. The team ensured that the delay and extension of time analysis was presented in a way that clearly showed the delays and entitlements to time and was also readily usable in quantum assessments. The matter was on track for litigation but was settled in subsequent mediation in which the experts played a prominent role.

Location: UK

Airport Link Motorway

It was claimed that seven separate events had caused critical delay to the project’s completion date. CCi was appointed as the critical path expert to benchmark the project’s pre-incident status and levels of available float, and to advise as to the expected impact of the events. CCi’s critical path analysis ultimately demonstrated that due to the management of activity relationships, criticality was artificially imposed upon certain areas. Following a recalibration of activity relationships, it was agreed that the events had had no impact.

Location: Australia

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