Tony Nedinsky is a Director at Secretariat in the Washington, D.C. office. He has over 18 years of experience in the construction industry and specializes in providing independent expert advice on construction projects in the areas of scheduling/programming (delay and disruption), and productivity/inefficiency.
Mr. Nedinsky’s professional experience includes working with owners, contractors, and stakeholders to consult on matters related to project controls, scheduling/programming, contract disputes, and claims. He has been appointed as an independent expert on matters of scheduling/programming and project delay on construction disputes in arbitration, litigation, and mediation. He has extensive expertise in critical path method (CPM) scheduling/programming, with concentration on claims and disputes arising from project delays. His experience includes analyses relating to delay, disruption, productivity, time impacts, acceleration, and other project management and construction issues.
Prior to his consulting and expert witness experience, Mr. Nedinsky’s background and experience includes work with a large heavy civil contractor in construction management role.
- BS, Construction Management, Pennsylvania College of Technology
- Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering International
- Project Management College of Scheduling