Fook Thim Chan earns recommendations from sources thanks to his excellent work on delay analysis and EOT claims management.
Chan Fook-Thim is a director in the construction solutions practice of FTI Consulting, based in Singapore.
Mr Chan is a project engineer and scheduler with over 28 years’ experience in large-scale construction and engineering projects. He has worked on various projects including rail; commercial buildings and offices; hotel construction; public housing; schools; and power plants, for both contractors and owners.
Mr Chan has prepared baseline schedules for pre-construction and construction phases, and project control measures to track progress and recovery proposals for ongoing projects. He has experience in claims preparation for final accounts, and preparation of expert reports and defence reports for adjudication and arbitration proceedings.
Before FTI Consulting, Mr Chan spent nine years working on rail projects, specifically on project control, in his capacity as the employer’s project control engineer, for different stages of the Singapore Mass Rapid Transit construction and the Taiwan High Speed Rail project.
At FTI Consulting, he has prepared extension of time claims for clients on various projects, including road works; residential, commercial and mixed development projects in Singapore; a residential development project in Jakarta; a coal-fired power plant in Thailand; a gas-fired power plant in Malaysia; co-generation power plants; and a liquified natural gas terminal expansion project in Singapore. He has been appointed as programme/delay expert for clients in Singapore and Vietnam under the SIAC and ICC regimes. He has been cross-examined in adjudication and arbitration proceedings; assisted named experts on several international high-value arbitration appointments; and undertaken analysis of claims, defence and counter-claims in such arbitral proceedings. He is actively involved in providing contract advisory support to FTI Consulting clients, particularly on project control and delay matters.