Concurrency in the Modern Construction Environment
Andrew Farrer provides some thoughts and examples on the practical application of concurrency within a construction environment.
Fairway, experts in international construction and engineering disputes, today announced the appointments of Jamie McCracken as Senior Manager and Stephen Mills as Consultant within its Forensic Delay Analysis team. They will be based in Fairway's London office.
Jamie McCracken joins the business with over 10 years of experience as a construction planner. He has particular expertise in project planning and programme management across a range of complex construction projects. Jamie specialises in dispute resolution, specifically forensic analysis of claims and the preparation of formal submission on programme and time-related matters.
Also joining the business is Stephen Mills, an experienced planning engineer who has provided planning support for large infrastructure projects in the UK for sectors including rail, highways and construction.
Commenting on the appointments, Richard Bryer, Fairway's Managing Director, said:
"We are delighted that Jamie and Stephen have joined Fairway. Both have tremendous energy and enthusiasm with solid experience in the construction industry, and we are pleased to be attracting top talent to add strength and depth to the team."