Mr. Harris is a licensed civil engineer and attorney with over thirty years of construction experience, including over twenty years specializing in construction delay, acceleration, disruption, loss of efﬁciency, and termination disputes. Mr. Harris’ prior construction management experience includes service as an inspector, scheduler, construction engineer, project manager, and scheduling/estimating department manager. He has prepared detailed and master schedules, reviewed technical submittals, performed constructability reviews, developed cost studies, and managed construction of large projects. Since 1994 Mr. Harris has focused on forensic analysis of schedule impacts to construction projects caused by various issues, including production inefﬁciencies, weather, design issues, change orders, manpower, differing site conditions, management, and material shortages. He is skilled in construction claims analysis and litigation support. Mr. Harris has assisted clients in numerous mediations and has testiﬁed as an expert in arbitrations and litigation.
- Juris Doctorate McGeorge School of Law University of the Paciﬁc with Distinction Order of the Coif 1994
- Bachelor of Science Civil and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University 1979