A Chartered Engineer with over 25 years of experience in the engineering and construction industry.
Testified in international arbitrations as a party appointed and tribunal appointed expert and in Court on over 15 occasions
Guest lecturer at University of Melbourne
Wendy is a senior partner at gb². She is a Chartered Civil Engineer and a Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers. She has over 25 years of experience in the engineering and construction industry, specifically on major projects in the power sector during her time with Arup, in both site based roles and project office roles. Her years working as a consulting civil engineer provides her with a sound basis for her primary role as a programming and delay expert.
Wendy specialises in delay analysis and is known for her pragmatic and proportionate approach to her analyses, and her keen eye for detail. She has undertaken analyses on major projects around the world in most sectors. These include power stations in South East Asia, MENA, South America and Europe; oil and gas projects in the UK, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, South Africa, and Australia; rail systems (heavy rail, light rail, rapid transit), roads and highways projects in the UK, Romania, East Africa, Middle East and Australia; and large scale mining projects in Australia.
She was cited in Who’s Who Legal: Construction 2016 as an “intellectually rigorous authority”, in 2017 as “able to explain the complexities of her analysis to lay people in an accessible and persuasive manner, and everything you would expect of an expert” and most recently in 2018 as “awesome on the delay side” and a “delay superstar”.
Wendy's experience includes;
Wendy has been appointed to provide independent programming and delay analysis advice to court, arbitration, adjudication and other tribunals and has testified in the Supreme Court of Western Australia.
Wendy has experience as a party and Tribunal appointed expert, and has given evidence to arbitrary tribunals on numerous occasions.
Wendy is regularly appointed to undertake investigations of claims for extensions of time, disruption, and acceleration.