James Granstra, PSP, PMP, Executive Vice President of Forensics at VERTEX, is set to speak at the upcoming American Concrete Pavement Association’s (ACPA) 60th Annual Meeting from December 12 to December 14.
This event promises a week filled with insightful sessions, including panel discussions, Concrete Pavement University sessions, market forums, and an awards gala. One of the highlights is James Granstra’s presentation titled “Time-Related Damages: Quantifying the Impact of Delay,” scheduled for December 14.
About James Granstra:
James Granstra is an expert in construction and government contract industries, known for his proficiency in critical path method (CPM) delay analysis and economic damage assessment. With a solid track record, he has helped companies and legal counsel navigate complex business disputes.
His extensive experience includes analyzing claims stemming from project delays, productivity loss, disruptions, force majeure events, and environmental impacts. James excels in creating meticulous project delay documentation, cost overrun records, and delivering expert testimony.
James has also been a trusted advisor to owners and general contractors, overseeing ongoing construction projects, schedule development, and delay analysis.
Don’t miss James Granstra’s insights at ACPA’s 60th Annual Meeting. For event details, visit ACPA’s event page.