Spire Consulting Group Presents at SABA May Luncheon
San Antonio, TX May 11, 2016 – Spire Consulting Group will present today at the San Antonio Bar Association (SABA) Construction Law Section May Luncheon. Managing Principal Anthony Gonzales and Senior Consultant Jesus Schuldes will give a one-hour presentation to a group of lawyers from the San Antonio area on the topic of Solving and Simplifying Delay Identification and Quantification. The presentation will give a high-level overview of the process to recognize events that may cause a delay within a project and also common methodologies to measure the subsequent damages of said delay. Mr. Gonzales and Mr. Schuldes have more than 25 years of combined experience assisting law firms in identifying and quantifying delays. Their portfolio includes a deep understanding of the commercial, industrial, oil, gas & chemicals, healthcare, and hospitality industries, to name a few, and the types of delays that can occur. The Luncheon will take place at Paesanos in the Quarry located at 555 E Basse Road, San Antonio, TX 78209 from 11:45am-1:00pm. For more information about the SABA Construction Law May Luncheon, please click here.
Spire Consulting Group ensures your vision becomes a reality by solving and simplifying complex proactive and forensic construction problems to help you build things with peace of mind. A multi-disciplined construction engineering consulting firm, Spire serves a variety of industries and project types. Spire is committed to delivering excellence to law firms, owners, contractors, and financial institutions by exceeding clients’ expectations for construction consulting services. With a market share of around 10 percent, the United States is the second largest construction market worldwide. Having advised clients on over $54 Billion in construction, Spire’s engineering and construction consultants have extensive, hands-on experience supporting a multitude of projects worldwide. Their diverse backgrounds allow Spire to offer its clients a unique perspective on the issues facing construction management professionals in this rapidly evolving industry.