Hervé de Trogoff is considered “an excellent, go-to delay expert on cases with a civil law angle” by market commentators. He is particularly experienced in analysis of delay and loss of productivity in construction projects.
Hervé de Trogoff is a partner of Accuracy, based in London, and specialises in project advisory and forensic construction planning and programming in a variety of contexts.
He acts as expert witness on entitlements to extensions of time and analysis of delay, acceleration and losses of productivity on large construction, engineering and industrial projects across a wide range of sectors. He also provides advice to owners, developers, contractors and other project actors on setting up the teams and governance on large projects and programmes, project valuation, time-risk management and project audits, and prepares cost and time models on long-term projects.
Hervé is a civil engineer with a background in project management and controls, and has specific experience in project planning. His construction management experience was gained with both contractors and consultants in a number of challenging international environments. He has advised clients in English, French and Spanish and has an academic understanding of the Finnish language.
Hervé has been appointed as delay expert witness in UK High Court litigation and international arbitration under ICC, ICSID, LCIA, UNCITRAL, CACFEDF, Swiss CCI and other ad hoc rules, has given evidence in English and French and has acted as joint party appointed independent expert in mediations.
Hervé has a first-class honours civil engineering degree and has completed an MBA at the London Business School where he specialised in project finance and project risk management.