Philip W. Snyder
Mr. Snyder has over eleven years of professional experience in the litigation services industry, specializing in schedule delay and impact analyses, the analysis of construction project costs and quantities, and project management. He has been a guest lecturer on the topic of construction litigation in Lehigh University’s Civil Engineering Department for the Advanced Construction Management course. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in the District of Columbia.
Areas of Expertise
Mr. Snyder performs critical path analyses using project schedules and documentation to evaluate project delay. He is proficient in scheduling software such as Primavera and MS Project. He has reviewed and compiled support for construction change orders, analyzed planned and actual contractor costs and quantities, and participated in the analysis of overhead costs for use in Eichleay calculations. He has experience in reviewing construction documents and design submissions in response to claims submitted by contractors. He has experience evaluating claimed costs and construction quantities through use of design and construction drawings and submittals. He performed detailed analyses of submitted Requests for Proposal (RFPs), certified payrolls, and invoice support. He has tracked equipment use and costs on various projects through daily reports and invoices. He has worked with large data sets, and organized large document productions and cost databases.
Mr. Snyder has submitted expert technical and schedule reports, testified in arbitration as a schedule expert, provided deposition testimony, and provided support for multiple successful settlements. He has supported counsel with deposition and trial preparation, and has created financial and schedule related demonstratives for use in reports and during trial.
Mr. Snyder has assisted clients with preparation of project schedules, Requests for Equitable Adjustment (REAs), and Time Impact Analyses (TIAs). He provided on-site project and cost management support during the construction phase of a project. He has worked closely with both project owners and contractors on tracking extra work authorizations, creating and maintaining project punch lists, and assisting in project closeout.