The $750 million Final Assembly Building of the Boeing Charleston Expansion project, located in North Charleston, South Carolina, consists of 780,000 square feet and includes a central utility plant and 610,000 square feet of production with additional mezzanine support. The facility is used for the final assembly of Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner and achieved LEED® Silver Certification status.
Spire assisted a subcontractor with the preparation of a change order request (COR) to substantiate issues and costs related to the construction of the project. Spire’s consultants performed a document analysis, cost analysis, and windows schedule analysis to identify and quantify the delays and acceleration incurred during the project.
Spire’s analysis helped the subcontractor identify the actions and inactions of other parties that resulted in additional costs to the subcontractor, which proved they were entitled to an increase in contract price.
Spire’s team of experts is comprised of experienced construction engineering professionals that understand the range of risks companies face throughout the dispute resolution process. From managing claims and quantifying damages to assessing productivity loss, calculating schedule delays, and evaluating standard of care, Spire’s litigation support experts analyze each particular dispute situation to ensure the best outcome for its clients.
Resolving construction disputes is challenging. From mediation to arbitration and litigation support, Spire can provide guidance in navigating the technical challenges throughout the dispute resolution process to provide your case the support it requires. Spire’s construction claims and litigation support experts bring years of hands-on construction experience to every dispute and render opinions that are clear, concise, and objective to help make the strongest case possible.
Spire’s construction claims and litigation support experts provide the following services: