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WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

George Matta is an industry specialist with nearly 25 years' experience commended by respondents for his superb ability on delay and disruption analysis.

Biography

George is an architect with over 26 years’ experience in the construction industry. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in architecture and a master’s degree in construction law and arbitration.

Prior to becoming a consultant, George spent 15 years working with international contractors. His core skills are in the areas of project management; project planning and controls; contract administration; and dispute resolution. George has worked on medium-sized to large projects including power stations, airports, railways, tunnels, roads and bridges, oil and gas, mining and commercial and residential projects across the Middle East, Asia and Australia.

George has worked for clients, contractors, subcontractors and suppliers dealing with claims both up and down the line. As an expert in delay and disruption analyses, George understands the importance of effectively communicating analysis outcomes to the parties in order to assist in the decision-making process. His strong background in planning and controls has allowed for development of specialist expertise in the preparation and assessment of position papers for dispute resolution negotiations involving delay and disruption matters; representing clients during mediation in such matters; and provision of expert opinion in the matters of construction programming, delay and extensions of time, and loss of productivity for arbitration and litigation. George has been appointed as expert on a number of time-related and disruption claims and has been cross-examined in domestic as well as international arbitration proceedings.

George regularly presents and writes technical articles on subjects relating to the preparation of construction time-schedules, preparation and assessment of extension of time, forensic delay analysis methodologies and the quantification of loss of productivity.

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

George Matta is highly skilled when it comes to delay and extensions of time and construction programming relating to complex disputes.

Biography

George is an architect with over 26 years’ experience in the construction industry. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in architecture and a master’s degree in construction law and arbitration.

Prior to becoming a consultant, George spent 15 years working with international contractors. His core skills are in the areas of project management; project planning and controls; contract administration; and dispute resolution. George has worked on medium-sized to large projects including power stations, airports, railways, tunnels, roads and bridges, oil and gas, mining and commercial and residential projects across the Middle East, Asia and Australia.

George has worked for clients, contractors, subcontractors and suppliers dealing with claims both up and down the line. As an expert in delay and disruption analyses, George understands the importance of effectively communicating analysis outcomes to the parties in order to assist in the decision-making process. His strong background in planning and controls has allowed for development of specialist expertise in the preparation and assessment of position papers for dispute resolution negotiations involving delay and disruption matters; representing clients during mediation in such matters; and provision of expert opinion in the matters of construction programming, delay and extensions of time, and loss of productivity for arbitration and litigation. George has been appointed as expert on a number of time-related and disruption claims and has been cross-examined in domestic as well as international arbitration proceedings.

George regularly presents and writes technical articles on subjects relating to the preparation of construction time-schedules, preparation and assessment of extension of time, forensic delay analysis methodologies and the quantification of loss of productivity.

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