Katie Twomey

J.S. Held’s Inaugural Global Risk Report Examines Potential Business Risks & Opportunities in 2024

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Katie Twomey serves in the Builder’s Risk practice group as the Practice Lead. Katie brings extensive experience in contracts, scheduling, delay claim analysis, cost management, and estimating for a diverse portfolio of projects.

Katie’s career spans over 33 years as a construction industry professional, with more than $5B and 9 million square feet in construction projects for one of the nation's top contractors, Clark Construction Group, LLC. Katie provided leadership nationwide on megaprojects.

Since 2019, Katie has worked on numerous builder’s risk, construction consulting and litigation projects in the United States and Mexico. Katie’s work consists primarily of cost and estimating analysis, delay and schedule analysis, and litigation expert.

Katie is Executive Managing Director at J.S. Held. Katie leads projects and provides leadership in her role as the Business Practice Lead for Builder’s Risk. Katie is available for on-location national and international projects as well as desk review projects.

Katie has a diverse portfolio of project types and application of her expertise in construction including scheduling, delay analysis, cost review, estimating, contracts, dispute resolution and risk management. Katie’s experience includes: residential, education, high-rise office buildings, industrial, rail, hospitality, convention centers, hospital & medical office buildings, data centers/mission critical, higher education, performing arts centers, tunnels, bridges, and foundation/support of excavation specialties.

Katie was a contributor to J.S. Held's 2024 Global Risk Report.

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