Robert Curtis is a managing consultant and the Washington, DC office leader for Marsh Risk Consulting’s Construction Consulting Practice. Robert manages the review, analysis and presentation of complex project disputes on issues such as project administration, project management, project performance, schedule delays/impacts and financial damages.
Robert has over thirty-five years of experience in the construction industry having worked as a project manager with public and private owners, general contractors, construction managers, specialty subcontractors and developers. He has over fifteen years experience as a consultant assisting clients and counsel with the preparation and resolution of complex project changes and claims including the preparation of expert reports, participation in various dispute resolution forums, litigation support and expert witness testimony.
Robert’s experience includes the areas of project controls, cost engineering, project cost accounting, scheduling/delay analysis and contract administration. He has provided clients with audit support and oversight services and advice on best practices in the areas of project cost controls, project management and claims avoidance for major construction projects. Robert has helped clients resolve their contract disputes in various resolution forums including negotiation, arbitration, mediation and litigation. He has testified as an expert on project costs and damage, valuation, scheduling, time impact and loss of labor productivity due to project delays and disruption.
- BE in electrical engineering, Villanova University, Villanova
- Certified Planning and Scheduling Professional (PSP)
- Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering International (AACEi) Member
- Project Management Institute (PMI) Member
- Washington Building Congress (WBC) Member