Humber Pipeline Tunnel

The construction of a 5km National Grid replacement tunnel 30m below the Humber Estuary supplying a quarter of the UK’s national gas became the largest and longest hydraulically inserted gas pipeline and was the heaviest moving man-made object. The JV Contractors suffered a year’s delay leading up to the launch of the Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM). CCi was engaged to forensically look at the reasons for the delays under the NEC3 form of contract. It resulted in the JV and National Grid negotiating a settlement as the works continued.

UK

714MW Offshore Wind Farm

Supply delays relating to some of the turbine jackets were alleged to have resulted in a critical delay to the project.

UK

PFI Acute Emergency Hospital Project

CCi was appointed to compile numerous claim documents for MEP design fees arising from revisions to the architectural BIM model.

Tamworth, Australia

Tamworth 330KV Capacitor Banks and SVC Works

CCi was engaged by the Subcontractor responsible for all civil and concrete works, to assess the contractual position in terms of extension of time entitlement and to produce a consolidated extension of time along with associated costs claim.

USA

LNG Plant

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