Mr Saulsbury is a Managing Director of Secretariat International. He specializes in providing consultation on construction and engineering projects and has principally been appointed by clients, or client’s legal counsel, who are involved in large capital projects or other construction related matters. He is frequently appointed as an independent expert and has extensive testimony experience as an expert witness.
Mr Saulsbury has lived and worked in the US and abroad. His professional experience includes working worldwide with owners, developers, engineers, contractors, and stakeholders to consult on matters related to project management, 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, adjudication, mediation and formal contract negotiations and has global testimony experience on large, high-profile international disputes. He has extensive expertise in critical path method (CPM) scheduling/programming, concentrating on claims and disputes arising from project delays. His deep 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 Saulsbury’s background and experience includes general contracting, engineering design and planning, and construction management. He has held project management responsibilities for the construction of various public and private projects in the US.
Mr Saulsbury received a degree in civil engineering from Virginia Tech and a MS in civil engineering from Stanford University.