Andrew Englehart

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Andrew T. Englehart, Esq., has analyzed over 820 complex cost and schedule claims in an amount totaling almost $850,000,000. He has been admitted to testify over 60 times on the subjects of construction cost control and accounting; construction scope, labor productivity and extended period of performance and related damages; construction coordination and scheduling processes and products; construction time and schedule impact analysis; construction impact causation analysis; construction company financial management; and capital improvement project management.

Working for construction managers/general contractors/self-performing contractors, started at the field engineering level, and worked through project engineer, project management, project executive, regional manager roles, culminating in being vice president – construction management. Active responsibility in estimating and procurement of projects, and corporate risk management as well as profit and loss.

Admitted to the State of Ohio Bar since 1994, he is an active member of the ABA's Forum on the Construction Industry. He has been an adjunct professor at the University of Cincinnati in Construction Science Department instructing “Project Costing and Cost Control” and “Construction Finance”. He has spoken and provided training on many topics regarding construction scheduling, cost, claims analysis, and project management, as well as having published numerous articles regarding construction contracts, risk management, and strategic planning for contractors.