LNG Plant

A named windstorm caused widespread damage to the construction of an LNG plant. Significant damage was caused to pipe that had been prefabricated and was waiting to be installed at the facility. CCi carried out an analysis of the delays incurred to the project prior to the storm and identified pre-storm delay that had not been accounted for in the forecast Commercial Operation Date (COD). In addition, CCi identified delays to the fabrication and installation of structural steel that meant the delay caused to the COD by having to replace pipe was much less than originally claimed by the Insured.

Europe

Subsea Production Umbilicals

Two damage events, both concerning cracking to the outer sheaths of the Umbilicals led to critical delay of the ‘load out’ milestone.

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

61MW Onshore Wind Farm

The Super Grid Transformer suffered delay during transit which led to critical delays to the phased handover of the plant.

UK

Ground Engineering and Geotechnical Pre-construction Services Project (HS2)

CCi was appointed to provide claims management support on the largest geotechnical ground investigation programme in Europe, delivered from commencement to final account.