ORLANDO, FL – Experts from FTI Consulting will share their expertise on three separate panel discussions at the 2021 Construction Super Conference. Senior Managing Director Patrick McGeehin will discuss some of the cost and pricing challenges and unique risks associated with working for the U.S. government, a prospect many firms may be taking up with the Biden Administration’s priority on infrastructure funding.
McGeehin will cover the essential details a prospective government contractor needs to know about submitting cost and pricing data, risks presented by the False Claims Act, and cost accounting allocations peculiar to the Federal arena.
Senior Managing Director Andrew Rhodes and Managing Director Laura Miller will be participating on a panel titled Managing Multiple Experts in Complex Construction Disputes. This discussion, including construction attorneys and arbitrators, will help attendees understand how to delineate scopes between experts in order to maintain independence and privilege. It will also explore best practices for managing a team of experts to facilitate the delivery of coherent and compelling testimony in various forums.
Finally, Senior Director Laura Arrigo will join a discussion on Using Computer-Generated Animation and Simulation Evidence at Trial. Arrigo frequently oversees the development of 3D models and animations to demonstrate the impact of design errors and changes, changes to construction sequencing, and unforeseen site conditions.
As a leading global provider of project advisory, construction claims, and expert witness services for some of the world’s most complex, high-profile projects, FTI Consulting is proud to sponsor the 2021 Construction Super Conference. Join FTI Consulting’s experts during their panels or stop by the FTI booth throughout the conference. After nearly two years of virtual meetings, FTI Consulting is excited about getting to see colleagues in the construction industry and to make new connections in Orlando. Don’t miss the Welcome Reception sponsored by FTI Consulting on Monday, December 6.