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Tony Farrow

Tony Farrow

Ankura55 Bishopsgate2nd FloorLondonEnglandEC2N 3AS

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WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

The “experienced” Tony Farrow impresses market commentators with his “great analytical skills” and “thorough, systematic” approach.

Biography

Tony Farrow is a senior managing director at Ankura, based in London. He has over 30 years’ experience in leading large expert witness cases involving the analysis of schedule delay and disruption, and disputed final accounts. He has submitted over 200 expert reports, and given evidence in the English High Court and to arbitration tribunals in the UK, Egypt, France, Hong Kong, the Netherlands and Switzerland.

Tony has operated at corporate level in the EPC sector, leading the project controls functions (planning, contract and cost management) for an international contractor/operator organisation. He was also qualified as a quantity surveyor in 1978 and subsequently worked in a broad commercial environment within the international project management field, dealing with claims, litigation, commercial issues, and trouble shooting.

Tony has published many papers, particularly on the topics of delay analysis and acceleration. He regularly gives seminars and undertakes bespoke training courses for clients. His PhD thesis concerned strategic issues in managing a professional services firm.

Tony’s marine and offshore experience includes: expert witness appointments for quantum and delay issues in two drill ship projects, including giving evidence to the arbitral panels; producing a report investigating delays and extra costs, and presenting evidence to an arbitral tribunal, in relation to a mega-yacht project in the Netherlands; and producing an expert witness report on delays and disputed account, and giving evidence to arbitral tribunal, in relation to a new-build roll-on-roll/off ferry in the Netherlands. He also worked on four semi-submersible drilling rig projects across the UAE and Korea, acting in a contract management role during project execution and one expert witness appointment including giving evidence.

Tony’s experience in plant projects includes acting as expert witness in a Japanese arbitration relation to disputes on two power stations coal-fired power stations in South Africa; expert appointments in arbitration concerning causes of delay in relation to refineries in Iraq and Australia; project support from Japan in relation to cement and fertiliser plants in Indonesia and Malaysia; commercial work associated with disputed final accounts in relation to various process plants in the UK; project support from Japan in relation to a steel plant complex in Libya; and producing reports investigating delays and final accounts in relation to two water treatment plants in the UK.

Tony’s experience relating to building works includes producing an expert report on delays and giving evidence to arbitral tribunal in relation to a headquarters building in Hong Kong; producing a report covering quantum and delay and giving evidence to arbitral tribunal in relation to a healthcare headquarters in the UK; producing an expert report on delay and disputed final account and giving evidence to arbitral tribunal in relation to an insurance headquarters project in the UK; and producing an expert report on delay and giving evidence on nine separate occasions to arbitral tribunal in relation to a media centre in Egypt.

Tony’s infrastructure experience includes: expert witness appointments  on two pipeline projects (Jordan and Kuwait) regarding quantum and delay including giving evidence to the arbitral panels; producing an expert report delay and quantum impacts in relation to a bridge construction project in the UK following section collapse; preparing and negotiating claims for delay in relation to civil airfields projects in Nigeria; and commercial support on an 80km road project in Israel.

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

The “experienced” Tony Farrow has a stellar reputation in the industry for his delay and disruption analysis in complex international cases.

Biography

Tony Farrow is a senior managing director at Ankura, based in London. He has over 30 years’ experience in leading large expert witness cases involving the analysis of schedule delay and disruption, and disputed final accounts. He has submitted over 200 expert reports, and given evidence in the English High Court and to arbitration tribunals in the UK, Egypt, France, Hong Kong, the Netherlands and Switzerland.

Tony has operated at corporate level in the EPC sector, leading the project controls functions (planning, contract and cost management) for an international contractor/operator organisation. He was also qualified as a quantity surveyor in 1978 and subsequently worked in a broad commercial environment within the international project management field, dealing with claims, litigation, commercial issues, and trouble shooting.

Tony has published many papers, particularly on the topics of delay analysis and acceleration. He regularly gives seminars and undertakes bespoke training courses for clients. His PhD thesis concerned strategic issues in managing a professional services firm.

Tony’s marine and offshore experience includes: expert witness appointments for quantum and delay issues in two drill ship projects, including giving evidence to the arbitral panels; producing a report investigating delays and extra costs, and presenting evidence to an arbitral tribunal, in relation to a mega-yacht project in the Netherlands; and producing an expert witness report on delays and disputed account, and giving evidence to arbitral tribunal, in relation to a new-build roll-on-roll/off ferry in the Netherlands. He also worked on four semi-submersible drilling rig projects across the UAE and Korea, acting in a contract management role during project execution and one expert witness appointment including giving evidence.

Tony’s experience in plant projects includes acting as expert witness in a Japanese arbitration relation to disputes on two power stations coal-fired power stations in South Africa; expert appointments in arbitration concerning causes of delay in relation to refineries in Iraq and Australia; project support from Japan in relation to cement and fertiliser plants in Indonesia and Malaysia; commercial work associated with disputed final accounts in relation to various process plants in the UK; project support from Japan in relation to a steel plant complex in Libya; and producing reports investigating delays and final accounts in relation to two water treatment plants in the UK.

Tony’s experience relating to building works includes producing an expert report on delays and giving evidence to arbitral tribunal in relation to a headquarters building in Hong Kong; producing a report covering quantum and delay and giving evidence to arbitral tribunal in relation to a healthcare headquarters in the UK; producing an expert report on delay and disputed final account and giving evidence to arbitral tribunal in relation to an insurance headquarters project in the UK; and producing an expert report on delay and giving evidence on nine separate occasions to arbitral tribunal in relation to a media centre in Egypt.

Tony’s infrastructure experience includes: expert witness appointments  on two pipeline projects (Jordan and Kuwait) regarding quantum and delay including giving evidence to the arbitral panels; producing an expert report delay and quantum impacts in relation to a bridge construction project in the UK following section collapse; preparing and negotiating claims for delay in relation to civil airfields projects in Nigeria; and commercial support on an 80km road project in Israel.

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