Natasha Sleigh has more than eight years of involvement in the construction industry. She focuses on construction litigation consulting in delay and damages analysis, including loss of productivity and disruption claims. She has written and edited many reports and memos.
Her project experience includes power generation, process plants, offshore pipelines, canals, manufacturing, mixed-use commercial, public schools, and multi-family residential throughout the U.S., Canada, Central America, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and South Africa. She has provided consulting services on projects ranging from millions to several billions of dollars in value.
Natasha is involved with several associations, including AACEI Rising Professionals Committee, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Professional Women in Construction, and the Project Management Institute (PMI).
- Supported and participated in the preparation of a delay analysis of components to two multi-billion-euro +4,750 MW coal-fired power plants in South Africa.
- Supported and participated in the preparation of a delay analysis of an $800 million solution mining and production facility in Saskatchewan.
- Analyzed and reviewed delay and disruption claims on the $5 billion Panama Canal Expansion Project, including preparing a concrete disruption analysis.
- Supported and participated in the preparation of an expert report on delay for a terminated €2 billion underwater pipeline project in the Black Sea.
- Supported and participated in the preparation of a quantum analysis of a $1.25 billion luxury mixed-used campus in Dubai.
- Supported and participated in the preparation of a time impact analysis of an AED 5 billion mixed-used campus in Abu Dhabi.
- Supported and participated in the preparation of a delay claim analysis of a $45 million public school in New Jersey.
- Performed a review of 100s of change orders and performed physical damage cost estimates for the One World Trade Center campus, following Superstorm Sandy.
- Supported and participated in delay analyses and litigation preparation of a wide variety of construction projects. Projects, in addition to those listed above, include an 850 MW coal-fired power plant, a 700 MW coal-fired power plant, the World Bank Headquarters, and multiple luxury condominium buildings in Washington, DC and the New York Metro region.
- Analyzed and consulted on tens of property damage claims, amounting to over $1 billion. Locations include the Watergate Hotel, Fort Detrick’s Biological Research Laboratory, and the World Bank Headquarters.