CONEXIG has presence in 14 countries around the world, in Peru, CONEXIG LLC has experienced professionals in the following service lines: Claims & Dispute Resolution (CDR), Digital Solutions and Contract & Project Management (CM/PM). The other service lines are attended with the support of professionals from other countries.

Our professionals have participated in the resolution of disputes in large-scale projects throughout the Peruvian territory. We seek to support the good practice of infrastructure, engineering and construction projects in the Peruvian industry, solving their most complex problems and supporting our clients in any situation that may arise during any stage of the life cycle of their projects.

Some examples of projects developed in Peru by our team are presented below.

Alexandre del Savio is the head of CONEXIG LLC in Peru, providing the coordination of our associated team in this country for the resolution of any matter that is necessary.


International arbitration related to 2 gas treatment and distribution plants in the Peruvian jungle.

Working for an Argentinian contractor (owned by a Spanish contractor group), current members of CONEXIG led the technical team of the contractor on an important arbitration case against a massive European O&G owner/operator. This international arbitration took place with seat in Peru, under Peruvian law at the Chamber of Commerce of Lima Arbitration Center and was conducted in Spanish. Serivces included Expert Witness services with testifying experts cross examination taking place in Lima. Disputed matters included standard of care (project and contract management practices), additional time and associated costs as well as additional direct costs. Contractor was awarded all claimed amounts as well as a reimbursement of the proceeding costs.

Hydroelectric power plant: Dispute resolution related services

We ware part of an expert team assessing for the owner a USD100 million claim on the construction of a greenfield plant. As a result of our report, the contractor settled the case.

Instructed by attorneys from the CMS Grau office in Lima

The conclusions and professional fact based opinion of a Fraud Expert Investigation were presented in an expert report and in an arbitral tribunal hearing. Cross examinations took place from the other party’s counsel and the tribunal. Resport and testimony were provided in Spanish.

Transmission Line: Dispute resolution related services

This assessment was for the independent review of an extension of time and related additional costs claimed by the contractor. This transmission line was attached to a large ethanol greenfield plant.

Transmission line project claims assessment for mediation with potential subsequent international arbitration

Services included retention to evaluate Claims of aproximately USD 200MM presented by the contractor asking for EOT and associated indirect costs. An Expert Report was used to support successful negotiation which initially was heading towards arbitration.