Khaled Aziza is a construction claims consultant with over 18 years of experience in the construction industry. His expertise and core competencies include claims management, forensic delay analysis, loss of productivity analysis, risk management, cost, and earned value management, change management, and project controls. His experience includes several types of projects, including heavy industrial oil and gas projects, nuclear power generation plants, water and wastewater treatment plants, highway development, and infrastructure construction projects
Khaled’s prior experience includes positions as Contracts Manager and Project Manager for an EPC Contractor, Contract Engineer, and Project Coordinator, Estimating and Technical Office Engineer of several industrial and infrastructure projects in the Middle East and USA.
- Forensic delay analysis for expert report to arbitration on prime contractor delays for a $5 billion oil refinery in the Middle East.
- Provided detailed critical path delay analysis and evaluation of disputed changes on a $216 million wastewater treatment plant upgrade in Canada.
- Performed forensic delay, disruption, and loss of productivity analysis for several oil refinery projects in USA and Columbia.
- Expert delay and productivity analysis for impacts resulting from scope changes, disruptions, and COVID related impacts on craft labor productivity during the replacement of steam generators of a nuclear power plant in Canada and USA.
- Provided expert delay and loss of productivity analysis of several power utility projects, including a combined-cycle power plant.
- Provided delay analysis and evaluation of subcontractor claims for a $31 billion LNG export terminal in Canada.
- Forensic delay analysis of a highway development project, based on a workday contract, including new HOV lanes, new JPCP and bridges in California, USA.
- Critical Path delay analysis incurred by the prime contractor during the construction of a wind power plant project in Mexico.
- Provided delay analysis and evaluation of subcontractor claims for NAVFAC projects in USA and Guantanamo Bay.
- Advisory services of scheduling and evaluation of contractor claims for Architect of the Capitol, including several renovations, energy performance optimization and book storage facility projects in Washington DC, USA.
- Contract and claim management of a $3.2 billion EPC Contract for a fertilizer plant project in Midwest USA.
- Contract and claim management of a $1.5 billion Fertilizer complex in Algeria, and $90 million Urea Solution Plant Upgrade in Egypt.
- Participated in contract negotiations and award, and managed the resolution of claims, disputes, and change order requests with owner(s) and several subcontractors during the engineering, procurement, and construction development, including labor productivity analysis, acceleration, schedule delay and sequence analysis for Force Majeure, loss of productivity, cost adjustment and extension of time claims.