CONEXIG has a team of professionals with vast experience in a large number of sectors in the construction and engineering industry.
In the case of the TRANSPORT sector, our experts have experience in cases related to: airports, bridges, roads, tunnels, railway facilities and others.
We present below a series of “Case Studies” based on our experiences, which have been developed, studied and presented by some of our leaders or associate professionals during their careers.
Many more projects and additional details on the listed projects may be presented upon express request.
TRANSPORT – ECUADOR – EXPERT WITNESS TECHNICAL REPORT AND APPEARANCE BEFORE AN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION COURT (ICC)
Services included preparing an Expert Witness report and appearing before an international arbitration court (ICC) for presentation and cross examination. Disputes were related to unaccepted claims presented by the project management and inspection contractor against the owner (Government entity) on the construction contract for a tram line in Ecuador.
RAILWAY FACILITIES – SPAIN – EXPERT TECHNICAL REPORT AND RATIFICATION BEFORE THE TRIBUNAL
Services included the preparation, submission and presentation of an Expert Witness technical report as testing expert and cross ratification before the Arbitration Tribunal. Assessed claims related to the economic quantification of damages and the adequateness of the investments made by the concessionaire company of Line 9B of Madrid’s Metro in Spain.
TRANSPORT – SOUTH AFRICA – GOVERNMENT, TRANSPORT & LOGISTICS – MANAGEMENT CONSULTING
Services included the performance of audit of the R 250 Million section of the R 3.2 Billion Tshwane Rapid Transport System. This included a review of KPIs, and practices and risks related to the management of contracts, quality, scope, and schedule. It resulted in recommendations of how to manage scope through an integrated representation of the Work Breakdown Structure, the Cost Breakdown Structure and the Construction Schedule and on how to set up contracts in order to effectively and objectively track/assess the performance of contractors. Lastly, recommendations were issued on level of adherence or deviation to the City’s quality specifications.