Charles Choyce, MRICS, PSP, PMP, CFCC, has over eighteen years of expert construction consulting experience. He specializes in the preparation of critical path method (CPM) schedules and establishment of project controls on major construction projects, CPM schedule and delay analysis, lost productivity claims, and 4D scheduling and its interface with Building Information Modeling. Read more.
John Dillon has twenty years of experience in areas including CPM schedule development and management, CPM schedule delay analysis, expert report preparation, project controls, cost estimating, field engineering, and environmental engineering. Read more.
James Falconi, CPA, CFF, CFE, has provided consulting services in areas such as commercial damage claims, construction claims, bankruptcy litigation, lost profits damages, business interruption claims, fraud investigations, accounting malpractice and directors’ and officers’ liability investigations, and general fact-finding and analysis regarding economic and financial issues. He has testified to his findings and opinions in state and federal court, as well as mediation and informal negotiation sessions. He has also served as a federal court-appointed special master. Read more.
Robert Lamb, PSP, LEED AP BD+C, specializes in the planning, scheduling, updating, management, and analysis of CPM schedules. He has worked with and advocated 4D since 2009 and has presented on the topic to audiences including the Mechanical Contractors Association of America, American Subcontractors Association, Associated Builders and Contractors, and Construction Management Association of America.
Rick Moffat specializes in providing consultation in the areas of project risk management, scheduling, cost, and delay and disruption, as well as other project management and dispute resolution concerns, on commercial, industrial, infrastructure, and institutional construction endeavors, including fast-track and troubled projects. Read more.
Ben Nolan, PE, PSP, is a management consultant to clients with concerns about all aspects of performance of major capital projects. He advises boards and executive management of clients involved with engineering and contracting projects in matters related to enterprise-wide and project risk management, project audit and internal audit, risk assessments, internal investigations, dispute resolution, valuation, business strategies, organizational performance and transformation, and similar critical business process assessments and improvement matters. Read more.
Anthony Poli provides expert analysis and testimony on standard of care, errors and omissions, and construction matters. A registered architect, he has more than thirty-six years of experience in the design and construction industries. His experience includes involvement in education facilities (i.e., K–12 and college/university facilities), healthcare, governmental, commercial, retail, hospitality, and transportation projects for a variety of clients. Read more.