Overview

Nathan Brock is a Dispute Resolution and Program Management professional with over 15 years of experience in the government and commercial arenas. Nathan is highly skilled in executing programs and quantifying/negotiating program damages. During his career, he has successfully evaluated, quantified, and negotiated disputes on behalf of the US Army, US Army Corp of Engineers, and many government and commercial contractors.  His areas of expertise include program management, supplier and contract management, dispute resolution, negotiations, risk mitigation and FAR/DFAR.

Project Experience

  • Responsible for delivery of $175 million program for software development and aircraft production on behalf of the US Air Force.
  • Experienced in analysis and resolution of project claims to include critical path delays, labor productivity, differing site conditions, force majeure, termination for convenience and termination for default.
  • Competently provided senior level Purchasing & Contracts Management for a $4.1 billion Greenfield EPCM Project in Saskatchewan, Canada.
  • Provided purchasing and subcontracting management services on $1.3 billion Inner Harbor Navigation Canal EPC project in New Orleans, LA.  Nathan led the team which successfully analyzed, negotiated and resolved a $75M design change, which was responsible for bringing the entire project in on time and under budget.
  • Managed contracts exceeding $1 billion in value for a $50 billion international program management contract effectively mitigating risks and claims.
  • Negotiated spend account exceeding $800 million on a $1.3 billion project; generated $45.5 million in cost savings, completing the project on time and $10 million under budget with no subcontractor disputes.
  • Lead claims manager for a global engineering Fortune 500 company in support of a $40+ billion US Army Contract troop sustainment and contingency support effort for 135,000 U.S. Army and DOS staff.
  • Proficient negotiator delivering repeatable cost savings of 10 percent or greater for baseline awards and in excess of 30 percent for change orders.