Academic Credentials
  • M.B.A., International Business, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007
  • M.S., Construction Management, Southern Polytechnic State University, 2002
Licenses & Certifications
  • Certified Cost Professional (CCP)
Professional Affiliations
  • American Society of Civil Engineers (Member)
  • Project Management Institute (Member)
  • Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering (Member)
Languages
  • Italian
  • Portuguese
  • Spanish

Mr. Roman is a Senior Manager and the Construction Practice development leader for Ibero-America, Italy, and Spain, where he applies his more than thirty years of experience in all phases of the construction cycle, especially in the field of Construction Forensics (programme/schedule delay and quantum).

Mr. Roman has thirty years of experience in construction and project management and twenty-five in construction forensics field. He provides a wide range of services to owners, contractors, design firms, and sureties. His experience includes the analysis of schedule delays and cost overruns, loss of productivity on many large-scale industrial, civil, power, oil and gas, transportation, commercial and residential buildings, and institutional projects around the world. He also consults with clients in project management, schedule control systems, estimate, resources allocation, project monitoring, scheduling, and contemporaneous evaluations of schedule delays and productivity variances.

Mr. Roman has overseen project portfolio of construction management services in all phases of the construction pfterocess such as estimate review, bid process, CPM schedule analysis, cost estimating, project scheduling and monitoring, contract and design constructability review, cost-to-complete evaluations, time delay studies, impact analysis, productivity studies, damages quantification, project management, training and seminars, and various litigation technical support.

Mr. Roman has performed critical path analyses, productivity assessment, and quantum calculation on more than 200 construction projects involving such issues as differing site conditions, adverse weather, design changes, extended procurement, equipment and craft labor resources, force majeure as well as contractor means and methods.

Mr. Roman has provided expert testimony in more than thirty trials, depositions and arbitrations in domestic and international venues on CPM schedule analysis, delay and impact evaluations, construction contract administration, project management, estimates and quantification of damages, as well as quantification of productivity losses. He has rendered his expert opinion in the Permanent Court of Arbitration ("PCA"), International Chamber of Commerce ("ICC"), Camara de Arbitraje y Mediación de Santiago ("CAM"), Camara de Arbitraje de Panamá ("CECAP"), American Arbitration Association ("AAA"), the Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce ("BCCC"), and US Courts.