Ian has provided consulting services on a wide range of infrastructure, building and systems integration projects throughout Australia and South East Asia. His experience prior to joining Evans & Peck in 1987 was in project management and engineering in heavy construction contracting.
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Ian has provided consulting services on a wide range of infrastructure, building and systems integration projects throughout Australia and Asia. His experience prior to joining Advisian (Formerly Evans & Peck) in 1987 was in project management and engineering in construction contracting. This involved major civil engineering and multi disciplinary resources, transportation, power and industrial infrastructure projects throughout Australia and in Hong Kong.
Ian is frequently retained in “trouble shooting”, independent review and due diligence roles and has considerable experience in analysis of the reasons for project delivery problems. As a result, he is particularly interested in promoting awareness of the factors which are typically associated with successful project delivery strategies leading to successful project outcomes.
Professional practice is divided between expert witness roles and advisory roles at the formative stages of projects.
He is graded as an Arbitrator and is an experienced expert witness, presenter and facilitator. He is a member of two Dispute Boards on major projects.
Specialties: Expert reports have related to project scheduling issues, project management decisions and processes, the effect of various events or factors on project performance, causation, delay, disruption, construction methods, productivity, loss of production, quality of work, contract administration, the cost and valuation of variations, the reasonable cost of work carried out, delay costs, project overheads, corporate overheads, loss of profit, and quantum of damages.