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Daniel V. Murphy

Daniel Murphy http://dmcg.net/is an executive with over 46 years of experience as a professional in the design and construction industry.  As an Engineer he has commissioned power plants; as a Scheduling Engineer he has developed schedules for power plants, environmental plants, highways, roads and bridges; as a Cost Engineer he has developed estimates and managed cost on power plants, environmental plants, airports, roads, bridges, and buildings; as a Project Control Manager he has been responsible for risk management, cost & schedule control, and commercial management on large-scale turn-key power and shipbuilding projects (from design through commissioning); and as a Project Manager he has developed and managed contracts for a wide range of projecs, including power plants, chemical plants, refineries and ship building. 

He has provided management services for clients (owners, engineers, and contractors) on power, process/industrial,  oil  &  gas  exploration,  manufacturing,  automation,  environmental,  transportation  and shipbuilding   projects.     These   services   (project   management,  contract   development,   commercial management,  estimating,  schedule  management,  cost management,  information  management)   have been utilized on projects valued at over US$48 billion.

He has particular expertise in the management of turn-key projects.   Mr. Murphy has hands-on experience with managing a) the design process (engineering coordination, scheduling, cost control, and change  management),  b)  the  procurement  process  (turn-key  contract  development,  developing  bid documents, qualifying bidders, estimating, and evaluating bids), and c) the construction process (civil, structural, mechanical, piping, electrical, controls, and commissioning/start-up).  He also has experience with the development and implementation of Information Management Systems designed for large turn- key projects. 

Mr. Murphy has significant experience in forensic analyses associated with claims and disputes. He  has  participated  in,  and  managed  (as  the  consulting  or  testifying  expert)  hundreds  of  analyses  of technical  (engineering)  issues  as  well  as  management  issues.    These  analyses  include  evaluating compliance with the standards of practice in corporate management (bankruptcy), project management, contract management (change control and labor relations), cost management (estimating, bidding and cost control) schedule management (CPM schedule development, monitoring, and analysis), and the means and methods required to properly manage engineering, procurement and construction.  He has provided forensic analyses on over US$3.5 billion of disputes on over US$25.0 billion of projects. 

He  has  been  accepted  in  the  USA  and  internationally  by  Courts  and  Tribunals  as  an  Expert, testifying in mediations, arbitrations (AAA; ICC), and trials (State and Federal).  This includes testimony related  to:  corporate  management,  project  management,  contract management,  cost  management, schedule management, and commissioning/start-up.  Recent expert engagements include 1) working as the consulting cost and schedule expert for the shipyard on a US$8.0 million claim on a new-build OSV,2) testifying as the electrical expert on a US$ 25.0 million claim on 10 OSVs, and 3) testifying as the damages expert on a US$17.0 million termination claim related to a fuel manufacturing plant.

Programs by Daniel V. Murphy.

Hear from counsel and an expert on best practices from what to ask when selecting an expert, how early to retain one, how to get the most out of your expert and their report and what to do if things go off the rails....

Program Number
31129
Program Date
2021-06-21
Category
Communication SkillsComplex LitigationCriminal Law & ProcedureFederal CourtsFlorida EligibleIn-House CounselTrial Skills
State
CaliforniaColoradoFloridaGeorgiaNew JerseyNew YorkTexas Self Study