40Ha Container Terminal

Storm damage during the dredging and reclamation phase of the project resulted in the implementation of a suite of mitigation measures.
A primary critical path investigation was conducted to evaluate the ‘unmitigated’ impact of the damage to assist with the assessment of mitigation measures. Further detailed analysis of the contemporaneous project records was carried out to determine the eventual dominant cause of delay, identification of concurrent delay events, unrelated to the Damage event, and the date upon which the project would have commenced commercial operation had the storm damage not occurred. This analysis allowed for the successful negotiated settlement of the claim.


Double Deck Tunnel

A series of incidents concerning a Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) with a diameter of 13.7m, were claimed to have caused delay to the critical path of the project.

Cairns, Australia

Bruce Highway – Cairns Southern Access Corridor – Stage 3

CCi was engaged by the consortium contractor to review the collaborative project agreement (Contract), recommend a mechanism for time extension under the Contract, and assess the Contractor’s submitted extension of time and associated costs claim.

North Sea


A Semi-Submersible brown field project, consisting of the conversion of a large exploration vessel to a production vessel overran in time and in money.


LNG Plant

A named windstorm caused widespread damage to the construction of an LNG plant.