Expert insight that moves complex construction situations forward

Our specialist construction advisory service delivers expert guidance to improve the commercial and financial performance of your project, from the feasibility stage to the final account settlement.

CCi offer two primary advisory services; our independent experts provide input at key points in your project’s lifecycle, or we provide an integrated service, working within your organisation throughout the project. 

However you choose to work with us, our priority is providing independent and accurate appraisals and expert advice, to safeguard your commercial interests. Specialist areas we advise on include

  • Procurement
  • Planning and programming
  • Project controls
  • Commercial strategy
  • Project audit
  • Project recovery


CCi have worked on hundreds of projects worldwide. With specialist teams in time, cost and technical, and a broad range of industry experience, we bring clarity to the most complex of situations.

London Underground Line Extension Project (Crossrail)

Location: UK

CCI was appointed to provide commercial support and key performance and cost indicators to the executive board. This involved managing and reporting on change, risk and forecasts, assisting with identification and resolution of potential claims using negotiation and avoidance techniques.

Ferrochrome Smelter

Location: Kazakhstan

A catastrophic breakout of molten metal caused significant damage to the construction of the ferrochrome melt shop. CCi was appointed as delay expert to objectively separate critical delay from the breakout and delays resultant from ongoing procurement issues for key equipment located elsewhere in the project. CCi conducted a ‘but for’ assessment of the project status based on contemporaneous information and a detailed review of ‘pacing’. Both assessments contributed to a successful claim settlement.

PFI Acute Emergency Hospital Project

Location: UK

CCi was appointed to compile numerous claim documents for MEP design fees arising from revisions to the architectural BIM model. This involved working alongside legal counsel, barristers and technical experts in preparation for litigation.