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.

Underground Potash Mine

During commissioning of the mine, an underground inrush flooded the mine causing damage. CCi undertook the monitoring and support of the recovery plan created by the insured to re-establish the underground operations and provided advice to the insurers on the ‘but for’ position.

Location: Thailand

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

Roadway Project

CCi was appointed as expert to determine the time and quantum issues arising during construction. CCi provided reports for adjudication and appeared at tribunal in arbitration to provide expert evidence which resulted in a successful project settlement.

Location: UK

Tunnel Project

CCi was appointed by the tunnelling subcontractor as quantum expert and worked alongside the geotechnical expert to give an opinion on the losses incurred as a result of unforeseeable ground conditions. The set of arbitration was in Spain but the case involved a German geotechnical expert, a Spanish main contractor, a Brazilian arbitrator and an English subcontractor with no distinction as to what language the conditions of contract was governed by (Spanish or English). Case management and production of documents in various languages was an interesting challenge.

Location: Spain

Power Station

A significant fire damaged large sections of a partially constructed Power Plant. The Insured ultimately completed the project 18 months late and submitted a DSU claim for 18 months. CCi analysed the project schedules and identified non-loss related delay occurring after the date of loss. CCi established that due to the non-loss related delay, but for the event, the project would have completed 12 months late. As such, the loss had only caused an additional 6 months of delay to the Commercial Operation Date.

Location: USA

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