Ewen Maclean receives effusive praise from sources who state that he is "a very practical individual" whose "engineering delay expertise really sets him apart".
Ewen Maclean is a delay expert and in particular a prominent expert in the field of forensic schedule/programme analysis; delay and disruption; and associated prolongation costs in relation to construction and engineering projects. He has added value in quantum and design capabilities as a chartered civil engineer. He is a fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers; a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators; and a fellow of forensic analysis with the Guild of Project Controls.
Ewen has worked for both international consultants and contractors and has first-hand experience of assisting and representing clients in litigation, arbitration, mediation and adjudication, for both claimant and respondent. He has prepared numerous expert witness reports and given oral testimony as well as lectured extensively on various commercial and contractual subjects within the construction industry. Speaking appointments have included domestic and international conferences on a range of topics from delay and disruption methods of analysis to prospective versus retrospective analysis.
Ewen is well versed in many of the standard forms of construction contract including the NEC, FIDIC, JCT, ICE, GC Works Conditions as well as bespoke forms of contracts including PFI contracts. He has worked on contracts that span, inter alia, major building including mixed-use developments; civil engineering; petrochemical including oil and gas and LNG; energy (HEP and waste to energy); FPSOs; power stations; airports; tunnelling; sewage; telecommunications and cabling; mechanical and electrical; pharmaceutical; infrastructure including bridges, highways, rail and guided busways; structural steelwork; and fit-out works.