Mr Scott is a director of Secretariat International and manages their West Coast practice in the United States. He is a licensed civil engineer, with over 20 years of experience in the construction industry, specialising in dispute resolution, delay and disruption analyses, cost overruns, scheduling and project controls. His experience spans a variety of large-scale infrastructure and commercial projects including airports, casinos, education, high-rise commercial/residential, highways and bridges, hospitals, hotels, judicial, oil and gas, ports, power, rail, stadiums, tunnels and water/wastewater treatment facilities.
Mr Scott has been appointed as an expert on numerous disputes in Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and the Middle East. He has testified in US federal and state courts and in arbitrations (under ICC, AAA and JAMS rules) as an independent expert on matters of scheduling, project delay, loss of productivity and quantum.
Mr Scott is also an author and frequent speaker on a variety of construction related topics. He currently serves on the American Society of Civil Engineers’ committee for the development of a national standard for conducting CPM schedule delay analyses in construction.
Prior to working in the consulting field, Mr Scott worked both as a civil engineer and scheduler on several large highway and bridge projects gaining hands-on experience from the ground up.
Mr Scott received both a BS in civil engineering and an MBA from Virginia Tech.
WWL says: Ted Scott is "highly experienced and well versed" in construction arbitration and dispute resolution.
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