Jamie is a construction planner with circa 16 years’ experience in the delivery of complex projects.
During the first 10 years, he was employed as a site engineer, then as a project planner, and has gained extensive experience in project planning / programme management across a broad range of construction projects. Further, he is well versed in the use of specialist planning software.
Within the last 6 years, he has used his planning skills, expertise and experience to focus on the forensic analysis of claims and the preparation of independent advisory and expert reports on programme and time related matters. Jamie routinely reviews and collates project documentation and programme information relating to complex construction and engineering disputes, to analyse and present evidence in an appropriate format to provide an assessment of the causes, effects and extent of delay and the entitlement that may flow from them, involving the use of various delay analysis techniques and often the preparation of as-built programmes.
Jamie’s qualifications include, and are not limited to, the following: a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Engineering & Management, and a Master of Science degree in Construction Law & Dispute Resolution (at Kings College, London).