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Ian Cameron

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Ian Cameron is an Assistant Managing Director in J.S. Held's Builder's Risk Forensic Delay Analysis team. He is a planner by background and has previously worked with tier-one main contractors in the UK and Europe, delivering major infrastructure and Energy projects.

With over 16 years of experience in the building environment specializing in project controls, planning, scheduling, and delay analysis, he has spent the last eight years working within dispute resolution, successfully delivering and advising on projects across a wide range of sectors, including railway, water treatment, shipbuilding, sustainable technologies, and oil, gas, and energy.

As a Project Planner, Ian performs duties such as periodic reporting including earned value analysis, subcontractor management, construction schedules, critical path analysis, resource profiling, forecasting, and schedule interface management. He also establishes summaries and detailed schedules for FEED and EPC projects.

Ian is involved in delay analysis and planning. He has extensive involvement in delay and disruption disputes throughout the UK and internationally. As a Delay Analyst, he has supported experts and assisted in the writing and preparation of reports for arbitration on several occasions. Ian benefits from an analytical approach to timeline review, logically scrutinizing contemporaneous project records and practically critiquing the effectiveness of contractor’s project management processes.

Ian provides concise and thorough analyses of complex disputes. He has a broad range of experience across multiple sectors in construction and engineering.

Key Expertise

  • Critical Path / What-If Analysis
  • Earned Value Analysis & Project Monitoring
  • Expert Witness Report Writing
  • Forensic Planning & Claims Preparation
  • Development of ISO 9001 QMS Procedures
  • Scheduling for FEED & EPC Projects