Over 10 years’ experience in the construction industry
MSc, Civil Engineering and Environment, Centrale Nantes, France
Rémi Sala is a Senior Consultant of gb², he is an engineer, a planner and a delay analyst with over 10 years of experience in the construction industry.
Following his Master’s degree in science specializing in civil engineering and environment, Rémi moved into planning and project controls.
Rémi assists experts in the analysis of delay and disruption to projects where the dispute is being resolved in Court or ADR proceedings such as arbitration and adjudication. He has experience in the power, oil and gas, infrastructure and building sectors and has worked on both small projects with tight timescales as well as longer term complex matters in arbitration proceedings.
Rémi has experience of working with various forms of contract and he has undertaken forensic schedule analyses on live and completed projects.
Working as a project planner on major civil engineering and multidisciplinary projects for several years, Rémi acquired valuable live site experience and gained an understanding of the challenges and complexities of construction projects. Rémi can undertake program audits and compliance checks on progress reporting and programming updates.
Rémi’s selected experience includes;
International Arbitration, Hydroelectric Power Plant (Dam), Macedonia; assistance to the Delay Expert in the production of the delay analysis and independent report.
International Arbitration, Offshore Pipeline Replacement Project, South Asia; assistance to the Delay Expert in the production of the delay analysis and independent report.
Adjudication, New Link Road, UK; responding to a claim for an Extension of Time on behalf of the Employer, including analysis of Compensation Events under NEC3.
Review the monthly progress reports and programme updates submitted by the Contractor on a New Waste to Energy Plant in the UK, working on behalf of the Employer.
Project Planner on the pre-construction phase of a New Nuclear Power Plant in the UK.