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Greg Crider

Greg Crider

Ankura2000 K Street NW12th floorWashingtonUSA20006

Thought Leader

Thought Leaders - Construction 2019
WWL Ranking: Thought Leader

Global Leader

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Greg Crider wins plaudits from across the US thanks to his superb ability on major domestic and international construction disputes.

Biography

Greg D Crider is a senior managing director in the Washington, DC office. He consults on construction projects and government contracts in the areas of planning and scheduling, as well as other project management issues. With more than 35 years of experience, he provides expert services to many of the top contractors in the US and internationally, as well as many large construction owners and government agencies. Greg has consistently been recognised in Who’s Who Legal’s annual report of the world’s leading construction experts.

Greg’s expertise includes planning, scheduling and the analysis of delays on a wide variety of construction projects and government contracts, including commercial, industrial and infrastructure projects, as well as aerospace/defence and manufacturing contracts. These projects have ranged in size from a few million dollars to billions of dollars, and have entailed issues such as delay, disruption, acceleration, suspension of work, defective design and specifications, late owner-furnished materials, over-inspection, interference, termination for default, subcontractor default and mismanagement. 

Greg has qualified and testified as an expert in scheduling and delay analysis in the US Court of Federal Claims, the General Services Board of Contract Appeals (GSBCA), the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals (ASBCA), the Federal Regulatory Commission (FERC), US state and federal courts, and numerous international and domestic arbitrations. Greg has also participated in many alternative dispute resolution (ADR) proceedings. Greg has also lectured on the use of critical path method (CPM) techniques in the analysis, at the University of Virginia School of Law, as well as at the Virginia State Bar’s Annual Construction and Public Contracts Seminar and the American Bar Association’s Forum on the Construction Law Annual Meeting.

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Greg Crider is “a really sharp guy”, praise sources who highlight him as one of the leading construction experts in the US market.

Biography

Greg D Crider is a senior managing director in the Washington, DC office. He consults on construction projects and government contracts in the areas of planning and scheduling, as well as other project management issues. With more than 35 years of experience, he provides expert services to many of the top contractors in the US and internationally, as well as many large construction owners and government agencies. Greg has consistently been recognised in Who’s Who Legal’s annual report of the world’s leading construction experts.

Greg’s expertise includes planning, scheduling and the analysis of delays on a wide variety of construction projects and government contracts, including commercial, industrial and infrastructure projects, as well as aerospace/defence and manufacturing contracts. These projects have ranged in size from a few million dollars to billions of dollars, and have entailed issues such as delay, disruption, acceleration, suspension of work, defective design and specifications, late owner-furnished materials, over-inspection, interference, termination for default, subcontractor default and mismanagement. 

Greg has qualified and testified as an expert in scheduling and delay analysis in the US Court of Federal Claims, the General Services Board of Contract Appeals (GSBCA), the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals (ASBCA), the Federal Regulatory Commission (FERC), US state and federal courts, and numerous international and domestic arbitrations. Greg has also participated in many alternative dispute resolution (ADR) proceedings. Greg has also lectured on the use of critical path method (CPM) techniques in the analysis, at the University of Virginia School of Law, as well as at the Virginia State Bar’s Annual Construction and Public Contracts Seminar and the American Bar Association’s Forum on the Construction Law Annual Meeting.

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Greg Crider is “a really sharp guy” impart sources who consider him a “great construction expert” who provides first-rate valuation analyses. 

Biography

Greg D Crider is a senior managing director in the Washington, DC office. He consults on construction projects and government contracts in the areas of planning and scheduling, as well as other project management issues. With more than 35 years of experience, he provides expert services to many of the top contractors in the US and internationally, as well as many large construction owners and government agencies. Greg has consistently been recognised in Who’s Who Legal’s annual report of the world’s leading construction experts.

Greg’s expertise includes planning, scheduling and the analysis of delays on a wide variety of construction projects and government contracts, including commercial, industrial and infrastructure projects, as well as aerospace/defence and manufacturing contracts. These projects have ranged in size from a few million dollars to billions of dollars, and have entailed issues such as delay, disruption, acceleration, suspension of work, defective design and specifications, late owner-furnished materials, over-inspection, interference, termination for default, subcontractor default and mismanagement. 

Greg has qualified and testified as an expert in scheduling and delay analysis in the US Court of Federal Claims, the General Services Board of Contract Appeals (GSBCA), the Armed Services Board of Contract Appeals (ASBCA), the Federal Regulatory Commission (FERC), US state and federal courts, and numerous international and domestic arbitrations. Greg has also participated in many alternative dispute resolution (ADR) proceedings. Greg has also lectured on the use of critical path method (CPM) techniques in the analysis, at the University of Virginia School of Law, as well as at the Virginia State Bar’s Annual Construction and Public Contracts Seminar and the American Bar Association’s Forum on the Construction Law Annual Meeting.

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