Hatem Ibrahim has over 12 years of experience in the construction and consulting industry, including a “Big 4” accounting firm. His background involves working on a diverse portfolio of billion-dollar projects, including heavy industrial, commercial, and infrastructure. Within these projects, he has worked with various commercial and public sector clients. Hatem optimizes and solves work efficiently, and he accomplishes this by leveraging his construction and consulting expertise with his extensive academic background. With his diverse skills and experience, Hatem can provide a unique insight and add value to clients.

Hatem’s core competencies include: project controls, claims management, loss of productivity analysis, delay analysis, quantum analysis, data analytics, and data optimization.

Project Experience

  • Provided schedule analysis services on several federal building projects in Washington DC for the Architect of the Capitol.
  • Performed a delay and loss of productivity analysis on 50 project milestones and prepared an expert report for a heavy-industrial project in the Middle East that was COVID impacted.
  • Performed and prepared a quantum analysis for an arbitration hearing on a project in California.
  • Performed quantum analysis (>$100 million) for a termination for cause trial on a commuter rail project in California.
  • Performed quantum and delay analysis (>$100 million) on several Public-Private-Partnership light rail and infrastructure projects in the USA and Peru.
  • Provided project advisory and prepared several delay analyses expert reports on a $1 billion light rail project in Massachusetts.
  • Developed several program enterprise dashboards to monitor all small projects' schedule and cost performance in a federal agency's portfolio of over 8,000 projects utilizing Tableau and MicroStrategy. These dashboards assist project managers in managing their projects across the different project milestones and give key indicators to help them take appropriate action.
  • Worked for an Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) contractor, on the construction of a $1.6 billion Methanol Plant in Texas. Managed the project budget and schedule by utilizing earned value techniques, reviewing work completed on-site, reviewing expenditures, and conducting trend and variance analysis. Conducted work using industry-leading software to perform cost control, scheduling, material tracking and claim analysis. Developed a project risk register and assisted with internal and financial audits and change management. Analyzed submitted claims from contractors (loss of productivity, extended overheads, acceleration cost) worth over $80 million.