High-rise Construction

Two separate water intrusion events occurred during the construction of a high-rise residential building in New York City. The Insured submitted a delay claim for 13 months of delay to the completion date because of the first event. CCi was retained by underwriters to determine the delay caused by each event to the completion date. CCi’s analysis established that contract works, that had not been impacted by either of the Insured events, was causing critical delay to the completion date. Although each individual event had caused a delay, the critical delay was due to remaining contract works. As such, CCi established if the events had not occurred, the completion date would not have been improved from what was actually achieved.

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.

UK

FPSO

CCi conducted a thorough timeline analysis of events surrounding catastrophic storm damage, during which four of the FPSO’s anchor chains snapped and the vessel drifted 180m off station.

USA

Steel Plant

The exhaust pipe from the top of a steel furnace collapsed through the roof and required repair before the furnace could return to production.

London

Shangri-La Hotel in The Shard

The prestigious fit out of the Shangri La hotel within the Shard tower had many employer design issues and a contractor defect issue which resulted in the termination of the contract.