Peter Vosbikian is an "impressive" expert witness, with great "understanding" and "attention to detail".
Peter has more than 25 years of experience in engineering, construction, project controls, claims analysis and litigation support services. He has been appointed as an expert witness on 10 occasions in both quantum and delay matters.
Peter has testified in litigation and has had extensive involvement with arbitrations, mediations and negotiations. His delay and disruption expert work has included disputed sums in excess of $170 million and he is known for preparing and presenting logical and easy-to-understand expert reports.
Peter has a background in land development engineering, project advisory and consulting services across a wide range of projects including large, complex infrastructure projects, oil and gas pipelines, chemical and fuel refineries, water treatment facilities, resort facilities, sports arenas, mining and government buildings. He also provides guidance and support for managing construction risk and dispute avoidance for clients ranging from owners, developers and insurers to contractors and architects.
Peter specialises in schedule delay analysis and quantifying the effects of delay, disruptions and productivity loss as well as performing technical issues analysis. He has prepared expert reports addressing the various delay analysis and loss of productivity methodologies, having lectured on those topics as well.
Peter is certified by the American Association of Cost Engineers as both a cost professional (CCP) and forensic claims consultant (CFCC). He is an arbitrator with the American Arbitration Association and has been published regarding causation analysis by the American Bar Association.