I am a researcher with significant professional experience in major project environments with the main research interest around quantitative project risk management and decision-making, contractual risk quantification and Forensic Delay Analysis. I have strong background in various project management sub-disciplines, including project planning and cost control, and have worked on a wide variety of undertakings ranging from large infrastructure schemes to complex technical projects. I am a Chartered Civil Engineering Surveyor (MCInstCES) and Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (FCIArb). My academic background is interdisciplinary and spans from applied psychology, through law, to property valuation.
My research interests are predominantly focused on the understanding of various risk management and risk quantification techniques, including applications of complex Monte Carlo models, decision trees and various modes of sensitivity analyses and the ways in which they can inform Forensic Delay Analysis. In addition, I have a keen interest in construction disputes, contract-based risk assessment and mitigation, as well as probabilistic forecasting and financial analysis within the construction industry.