Construction Consulting Expertise
"You can use an eraser on the drafting table or a sledgehammer on the construction site.” – Frank Lloyd Wright
Construction Analytix, LLC offers independent consulting services to general contractors, subcontractors, attorneys and sureties. Our record of success includes helping contractors win new work, manage challenging projects, protect their rights and business interests, avoid / resolve disputes, and obtain equitable cost recovery, as the situation requires. We have executed project and business turnarounds, helped prevent default terminations, maximized termination for convenience settlements, and attained cost / time recoveries via negotiated settlements, alternative dispute resolution and litigation. We have assisted our clients prepare, prove, resolve and settle all types of construction disputes, terminations, REA's & Claims.
Contact Alan Paquette, Principal Consultant / Managing Member for a confidential, no-obligation consultation of your situation.
Contract & Project Management
Contractors face a multitude of potentially critical issues and events on their projects that can quickly prove costly. We have the depth of expertise and experience to help contractors prepare for and respond to the changes and critical situations that invariably arise.
Construction Industry Statistics
The Construction Industry needs an additional 430,000 Craft Professionals in 2021 (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics / ABC)
Construction productivity has not increased over the past 80 years. (McKinsey Global Institute)
53% of Owners suffered one or more under-performing projects in the previous year. (KPMG, Global Construction Survey 2015)
Only 31% of all respondents’ projects came within 10% of budget in the past 3 years. (KPMG, Global Construction Survey 2015)
Just 25% of projects came within 10% of their original deadlines in the past 3 years. (KPMG, Global Construction Survey 2015)
For every $1 billion invested in the United States, $122 million was wasted due to lacking project performance. (PMI)
Fewer than a third of all projects were successfully completed on time and on budget over the past year. (Standish Group)
33% of projects fail because of a lack of involvement from senior management. (University of Ottawa)