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Using Project Forensics to complement your existing organisation’s efforts related to a current or future project is a cost effective way of ensuring that another expert set of eyes is active in providing the best possible outcome to the task at hand and to assure the Board of Directors that a maximum effort has been implemented.


  • Reviewed and advised the Board of Mittal Group on their proposed investment in a major oil refinery finding that the budget was understated by US$900m+ after discovering substantial scope omissions and miscalculations.

  • Directed the successful GBP 280m acquisition of a divestment by top two leaders in the UK cement and ready-mix concrete market, while addressing the requirements of the UK Competition Commission.

  • Negotiated amicable settlement of a US$330m claim on behalf of the Turkish Government company BOTAS, managing the overall process of claim and counter claim thereby ensuring that the Turkish Government achieved a zero cost balance on the construction of the 1070 km Turkish section of the BTC Pipeline which was valued at US$ 1.8 billion.

  • Set up best-in-class work processes for an EPC company in Kazakhstan which was originally a Soviet era oil and gas upstream and pipeline-construction company with sales of US$1.5Bn p.a. Gained process plant EPC work qualification within a year.

  • Designed, procured and constructed a 9m tonnes per year oil refinery and 1,010km pipeline in India valued at US$4.1Bn on time and within budget achieving a 92% in-country spend with a safety ratio of 0.045 versus industry standard of 0.4. Peak staff numbered 840 and labour 37,500.

  • Achieved two industry firsts in a 6 Train LNG live plant condition – Tankage Isolation and Spare Main Heat Exchanger tied in to all 6 Trains to ensure continuous production.

  • Achieved US$70m savings on the Bathinda Refinery Project in India by instigation of a comprehensive value engineering programme during detailed design and early construction phase.

  • Produced all cost, schedule and management control procedures inputs to the US$20bn new Hong Kong Airport (Chek Lap Kok) “Blue Book” that was adopted as the overall execution plan by the Provisional Airport Authority.

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