Master of Business Administration
McGill University, Montreal, 1997
Bachelor of Engineering – Civil Engineering (Distinction)
Double Specialization in Structural and Geotechnical Engineering
Concordia University, Montreal, 1989
English, French, Turkish
Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec
Canadian Construction Association (CCA)
1st National Vice-Chair / Treasurer
Governance Committee Member
Executive Committee Member
Past Vice-Chair of the Standard Practices Committee
Past Chair of the Manufacturers, Suppliers and Services Council
AACE International (AACEI)
American Society for Civil Engineers (ASCE)
Dispute Resolution Board Foundation (DRBF)
- 4333 St. Catherine Street West, Suite 500
Montreal, Quebec H3Z 1P9
- (514) 932 – 2188
- (514) 939 – 0776
- zemir [at] revay.com
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Zey Emir was named President of Revay and Associates Limited in 2013. She is a professional engineer with twenty-five years of experience in project management and consulting to the construction industry, primarily with respect to dispute resolution.
Ms. Emir specializes in the preparation of claims and expert reports for both contractors and owners. Her areas of expertise include loss of productivity calculations as well as complex delay analyses. She has prepared, analyzed and negotiated the resolution of countless construction claims.
She has been recognized as an expert witness in court and by arbitration panels in the areas of delay and productivity analysis, as well as that of the quantification of damages. Her diverse project experience includes work on bridges, power plants, pipelines, tunnels and special purpose facilities in Canada, the U.S. and Europe. Some of Ms. Emir’s high-profile projects include the construction of wind power farms, mines, an offshore oil drilling platform, an Olympic sports facility, commercial and institutional buildings including hospitals and airports.
Ms. Emir has developed and presented training programs for a wide range of industry professionals, she has also lectured at Dalhousie University and Concordia University, and she is regularly invited to present papers at conventions and seminars. Ms. Emir is an active member of several construction associations, most notably the Canadian Construction Association (CCA), where she was appointed as the 1st national vice‑chair / treasurer in addition to serving on the Governance Committee.