Education: The University of Texas at Austin - BS Civil Engineering
Mr. Dooley has more than 10 years of experience providing dispute resolution and advisory services to both ongoing and completed construction projects located domestically and internationally.
His dispute resolution experience covers the preparation, evaluation, and management of construction claims at the project level and expert-related services for litigation, adjudication, and arbitration proceedings for the power, process, industrial, and commercial construction industries. Mr. Dooley is experienced in entitlement evaluation, causation analysis, damage quantification for both cost and time, and report preparation for matters involving construction delay and disruption, labor productivity, prolongation, constructive and directed acceleration, change orders, weather events, termination, force majeure events, and design and construction defects.
His advisory experience includes the commercial turnaround and delivery of capital asset projects, the development of project-specific progress monitoring tools, and the training and mentoring of project resources to develop a commercial awareness during the execution phase of projects. Additionally, Mr. Dooley has designed processes and procedures for ongoing construction projects focused on document and data retention, project controls best practices, and proactive change management practices.
Prior to joining Veritas, Mr. Dooley held senior positions in numerous consulting firms, located both domestic and international, specializing in the provision of dispute resolution services for the construction industry and was assigned for six years to a power plant construction project in South Africa.