Pursuing and Pricing Construction Contract
Claims Against Public Owners in New York
& November 4, 2010
Peckar & Abramson, P.C. and FTI Consulting, Inc. invite you to a breakfast presentation
on the legal and practical issues public works contractors face today when preparing, quantifying
and submitting requests for changed or unforseen conditions, delays, disruptions, loss of productivity,
escalation and acceleration. The panel will discuss the current contractual hurdles contractors
Breakfast: 8:00-8:30am encounter and explore claim submission guidelines for achieving entitlement and fair compensation.
The panel will also examine project record-keeping, cost methods and calculations, and related
Location: claims presentation. The focus will be on New York agencies and authorities.
Peckar & Abramson
41 Madison Avenue Speakers:
20th Floor- Conference Center
Howard Rosen and Paul Monte are par tners in P&A’s New York of ﬁce concentrating in
New York, NY 10010
constr uction and public contract law. P&A represents many of the leading civil and building
contractors working on large and small projects, including bridges, tunnels, highways,
COMPLIMENTARY process and power plants, sewage treatment plants, utilities, railroads and institutional
buildings. Howard and Paul have both successfully litigated and settled numerous multi-
million dollar claims against New York and other public owners.
Please RSVP to Lucy Ulmer
by phone at (212) 382-0909 Bar r y Brower and Rober t Otr uba are members of the Constr uction Solutions Practice
x 3341 or send an email to at FTI Consulting. FTI’s Constr uction Solutions Practice specializes in constr uction project
email@example.com controls and monotoring as well as cost and scheduling claims resolution and avoidance.
Bar r y and Rober t have assisted both Contractors and Owners in evaluating project cost
and time impacts collectively on more than 1,500 projects involving the quantiﬁcation
of damages including preparing and analyzing labor and equipment productivity, labor
escalation, labor over time, extended equipment costs, general conditions costs and of ﬁce
overhead, lost proﬁts, consequential damages and interest calculations.