James Taylor Appointed Managing Director in the Asia Pacific Construction Solutions Practice


September 2, 2013

FTI Consulting is pleased to announce that James Taylor has joined the firm as a Managing Director for the Asia Pacific Construction Solutions practice. Mr. Taylor will be based in Singapore where he will join incumbent Managing Director, Christopher Nunns who has been located in our Singapore office since 2010.

Mr. Taylor brings to our Construction Solutions group a wealth of experience in dispute management, dispute resolution, claims preparation, claims assessment and litigation support for the construction industry sector. Prior to joining FTI Consulting, Mr. Taylor was a Partner with an international consultancy firm based in Singapore, where he led their Contracts team for South East Asia. He has worked on various major construction projects, including rail, road, airport and port works projects, high-rise projects, water treatment projects, industrial plants and tunnelling projects.

Mr. Taylor has acted as expert witness on several occasions and has given evidence under cross-examination in arbitration proceedings arising from construction project disputes. He has a broad range of experience working on both the employer's and the contractor's side of projects. Mr. Taylor's keen analytical mind makes him ideally suited to provide sound commercial advice both to employers and contractors involved in contractual disputes.

Our construction solutions professionals provide consulting services to owners, contractors, design professionals, investors, law firms, and multinational companies on complex construction projects. Services offered by FTI Consulting's Construction Solutions team ranges from upfront contract advisory, project risk management, project planning and scheduling, to project controls development and monitoring, dispute resolution and expert witness services. We are seasoned construction specialists with unprecedented Asia Pacific and international project experience in energy, oil and gas, industrial, infrastructure, mining and metals, environmental, hospitality and gaming, and commercial.

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