Ben Stupple has over 8 years of experience in the construction industry. He has worked on numerous infrastructure, residential, retail, and commercial projects in the UK, Middle East, Asia and North America. He has held several different roles as quantity surveyor, claims manager and commercial manager for both contractor and client.
His experience includes contract review (CCDC, JCT, NEC4, FIDIC) and claims review and preparation; estimating for a range of commercial projects; value engineering retail projects to achieve best value; benchmarking global and domestic projects; produced several construction claims for delay and disruption, both in Middle East & Asia; and assisted with UK adjudications and ICC arbitrations.
Prior to working at Delta, Ben’s background and experience was predominantly claims, dispute and commercial advisory related. Due to his legal training and international construction experience he has acquired detailed knowledge of complex contractual matters and has first-hand experience in dispute resolution.

Project Experience

  • Acted as claims manager for Metrolinx. Managed multiple claims across a $1 billion (CAD) portfolio, as well as assisting the project delivery teams with contract administration and change management.
  • Advised TTC on new contractual clauses and commercial processes to streamline project delivery across their organisation.
  • Acted as claims prevention lead for TTC on $3.5 billion (CAD) subway extension in Ontario, advising client on procurement matters and how to set up contracts to avoid disputes.
  • Prepared quantum analysis and expert report for a $13 million (CAD) tunneling project in Ottawa in support of a Canadian contractor for claims involving delay and disruption.
  • Advised Rogers on procurement and contracting strategy for data centre delivery across the whole of Canada
  • Acted as commercial manager for TD Bank across multiple $1-5 million (CAD) retail development.
  • Acted as quantity surveyor for subcontractor on $5m contract for Pearl Diving Pool in Dubai, UAE.
  • Acted as quantity surveyor and claims manager for subcontractor on $5m contracts for Muscat & Salalah airports in Oman.
  • Drafted delay and disruption claim submission on behalf of subcontractor for a $15 million contract on the Macau Border Crossing Facility in Hong Kong.
  • Drafted a delay and disruption claim submission on behalf of subcontractor for a $60m contract on the King Abdullah International Airport in Saudi Arabia.
  • Provide planned vs as-built analysis for claims arising on £10 million mixed used development in central London.
  • Provided contract and quantum analysis for a £10 million commercial development claim in preparation for adjudication proceedings in Birmingham, UK.
  • Acted as quantity surveyor for subcontractor on multiple Crossrail projects.