With years of experience working on many large projects internationally, LPS specialises in providing commercial, planning, and project controls expertise to the construction and engineering industry.
Our consultants have international experience across a number of construction and engineering sectors including Highways, Building, Water, Oil & Gas, and Rail.
We pride ourselves on our professional services based on in depth knowledge of the end-to-end project management cycle, with detailed contract knowledge and a fundamental understanding of the mechanisms of successful project delivery.
We have extensive expertise in construction claims, as well as forensic delay analysis services in the pursuit of dispute resolution.
Adam Hignett LLM MICE MCIArb – Director
Adam is the Director of LPS Consulting. He has over 15 years’ experience in project delivery with a background in project planning of major and complex civil engineering and building projects.
Having worked for a number of tier one contractors in both the UK and New Zealand, he then moved into claims consulting in order to utilise his extensive knowledge and experience in the pursuit of dispute resolution. These skills have been utilised on a number of large commercial claims and disputes in Australasia and the Middle East. Adam has also been appointed as an Expert Witness in matters of delay.
Adam takes the central role in LPS Consulting, assisting contractors in a number of varied roles which include:
Preparation and management of tender and contract programmes;
Implementation of project control processes;
Peer reviews of extension of time claims;
Delay analysis as part of the production or defence of time-related claims;
Expert reports for delay claims as part of dispute proceedings; and
Training and mentoring in the use of project planning software and systems.
Adam’s main aim is to increase the standard and application of effective programme and project controls in the construction industry, building strong relationships with contractors throughout New Zealand and the wider Asia-Pacific region.