Construction law educated, with over 20 years’ experience in programme planning and control in diverse sectors, including construction, engineering, IT, and rail; Brad has more recently moved into dispute resolution services where he provides contractual entitlement advice, claim management, forensic delay analysis, and to a lesser extent quantum assessments on large and complex projects.
Possessing a passion for problem solving, attention to detail, and desire for achieving the best possible outcome for clients, Brad remains sufficiently pragmatic to find compelling contractual arguments, produce analyses, and draft reports within the timescales demanded by international and domestic contract administration.
As an advanced user of CPA scheduling tools with significant systems, process, and executive reporting expertise, Brad can operate planning software, adding value with the knowledge and experience necessary to develop programmes for various project types from first principles, evaluate schedule risk, and identify mitigation options.
As a delay analyst, Brad assists delay experts in producing expert reports during litigation and ADR proceedings. He has also been responsible for the prosecution and defence of claims for time extension (‘EoT’) and money, on behalf of the contractor and employer. He is fully conversant with the mainstream programming software used in the industry.
Brad has extensive knowledge and experience of different forms of contract including FIDIC, NEC, JCT, and bespoke EPC.