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Senior Claims Consultant

Immediate position available in our Long Island office for an experienced construction claims professional with a minimum of 10 years of experience in the preparation and evaluation of construction claims. A bachelor degree in engineering, architecture, engineering technology or construction management is required. Experience should include scheduling, claims analysis and preparation with a superior understanding of Critical Path Method (CPM) scheduling techniques and methodologies, and substantial experience in performing schedule impact analyses, damage calculations, budgeting, cash flow analysis, cost tracking and forecasting, working with database systems, and graphic presentation of scheduling and cost data.  Proficiency in CPM scheduling software, Word, and Excel is required.  Expert testimony experience is preferred.  Professional certifications/licenses (PE, CCE, CCM, etc.), a plus.


CPM Scheduler

Nautilus is interviewing for an individual with min of 5 yrs experience in CPM scheduling and delay analysis.  Knowledge of engineering and construction with relevant degree along with experience in construction claims investigation is required.  Proficiency in Word, Excel & CPM software required.  Positions available in NY office.

Nautilus employees have presented on a variety of topics at trade conferences, for educational seminars and for individual corporate clients.

"Risk Management for Contractors"

Mechanical Contractors Association - New York Chapter

April 2015


"Practical Aspects of Construction Scheduling",

Associated General Contractors of NYS

Annual Conference 2013


"Construction of Small, Single-User Power Plants for Commercial and Residential Use",

American Bar Association Forum on the Construction Industry

Annual Meeting, Spring 2009


"What To Do When Construction Projects Go Bad”,

Lorman Education Services, NY, Jan 2008


"Differing Site Conditions”,

Construction Institute Regional Seminar, TX, Jun 2007


"Managing Construction Projects”,

Lorman Education Services, NY, Mar 2007


"Claims Avoidance”,

Construction Institute Regional Seminar, CA, Jan 2007


 “Termination: Avoid it if You Can – Deal With it if You Must”,

ASCE NJ Chapter, 2006


 “Developing Schedule Reports & Using Schedules as a

Management Tool”, Pratt University, 2006


 “Termination: PM Issues, Rights, Remedies & Defenses”

North America Steel Construction Conference, TX, 2006


 “Electronic Databases for Claims Analysis”

co-author, AACE Transactions Annual Publication, June 2006


 “Surety Process: What To Do When Good Construction

Projects Go Bad”Lorman Educational Services, NY, 2005 & 2006.


 “Managing a Claims-Free Project”

Keyspan Energy Services, New York, NY, 2005


 “Impacts of Delay and Getting Paid For Them”

North America Steel Construction Conference, Montreal, Canada, 2005


 “Managing the Project and Analyzing Delays Using Scheduling

Techniques” Lorman Education Services, Melville, NY, June 2004


 “Change Orders in New York”

Lorman Educational Services, White Plains, NY, 2003, 2004, 2005.


 “Means Estimating Handbook" - Second Edition, Contributing

Editor, 2003 Edition


 “Construction Issues in New York”

Lorman Education Services, Tarrytown, NY, 2002 and 2003.


 “Lorman Education Services, Tarrytown, NY, 2002 and 2003.

Lorman Education Services, White Plains, NY, 2002.


 “New Techniques To Help With CPM Construction Schedules

In New York" Lorman Education Services, White Plains, NY,



 “Project Controls in the Pre-construction Phase”

paper and presentation, AACE International Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, 2001.


 “Controlling Cost Using Estimating and Cost Management

Techniques on Construction Projects” Manhattan College, 2001


 “The Pitfalls of CPM Scheduling on Construction Projects”

Cost Engineering Magazine, August 2000


 “School Construction: On Time and On Budget”

Seminar, Huntington, NY, 1999.

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