Scott Hollingsworth “consistently impresses” peers and is regarded as “excellent in all ways".
Scott Hollingsworth is a delay and quantum expert with more than 20 years of experience in the litigation consulting industry. He specialises in the investigation and resolution of business disputes related to the construction industry and was part of The Kenrich Group’s team of construction experts prior to the company joining HKA in July 2019.
Scott has testified as an expert in arbitration and court proceedings and has presented schedule delay and damage analysis during settlement negotiations.
Scott has experience working in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and North and Central America. He has worked with clients from sectors including buildings, defence, industrial, infrastructure, industrial, power and utilities, and technology. He also has further experience in waste remediation projects, education, hospitals and hotels.
Scott has consulted on behalf of construction contractors, project owners, insurance companies and government contractors. Scott has led teams analysing critical path method (CPM) schedules to determine causes and durations of project delays. He has also led financial analyses to quantify project cost growth including those related to delay, disruption, acceleration and productivity. Scott has performed forensic investigations of construction costs incurred including review and analysis of various project documentation to verify work performed and to determine percent complete.
Scott holds a bachelor’s in engineering and is a member of the International Bar Association (IBA), American Bar Association (ABA), AACE International, North American Society of Construction Law, Chicago Building Congress (CBC), and is a member and fellow of the Project Management College of Scheduling (PMCOS).
“Go-to person” Scott Hollingsworth is highly adulated in this year’s research. One source remarks: “I have worked with Scott on multiple matters and am consistently impressed with his analytical skills and dedication to his product.”