Jeremy Wegener has more than eight years of professional experience working with EPC contractors, owners, and subcontractors on upstream and downstream claims.
Mr. Wegener has worked closely with clients to perform forensic schedule analyses, prepare and evaluate disruption claims, and quantify damages related to scope growth, design changes, productivity impacts, and project delays. He has also provided expert testimony in litigation settings through his pro bono work with the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation.
His experience has focused on power generating facilities (natural gas combined-cycle plants, coal-fired power plants, IGCC facilities), LNG liquefaction trains and marine terminals, industrial projects, and water distribution facilities. Mr. Wegener has also worked on claims and disputes relating to the nuclear, solar, mining, education, and healthcare industries. These disputes relate to projects in Canada, Central America, the Middle East, Africa, and across the United States. Throughout his engagements, Mr. Wegener has supported clients in a variety of dispute resolution formats, including mediations, dispute review boards, international arbitrations, and federal proceedings.
He previously gained practical experience advising clients during the planning, execution, and closeout of major capital projects. Mr. Wegener is known for bringing real world perspectives to his analysis, and provides guidance on schedule forecasts and contemporaneous reporting of impacts.