f: (514) 939 0776
a: 4333 St. Catherine Street West | Suite 500
Montreal, Quebec H3Z 1P9
Susan Klucinskas is a graduate of Building Engineering from Concordia University. She has over 30 years of experience in the preparation and evaluation of construction claims, scheduling and delay analysis, productivity analysis, budgeting, cost control and document control, on behalf of owners, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and their legal counsel.
Susan has been recognized as an expert witness with respect to delay, productivity and quantification of damages by dispute resolution boards in the United States and in arbitration both in Canada and the United States. She has also presented at and participated in various forms of mediation. Her claims work has included a wide variety of projects, including mines, bridges, tunnels, railways, power generation and transmission facilities, airports, paper mills, water treatment facilities, and commercial and institutional buildings located in Canada, the U.S. and Europe.
Susan is currently working as a contract administrator on an infrastructure megaproject in Canada. Her previous contract administration mandates include a $4.1 billion greenfield mining project in Saskatchewan, a multimillion-dollar railway electrification project in the U.S. Northeast (Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts) and a multimillion-dollar sewage treatment plant project in eastern Canada. She has also acted as a Project Neutral to resolve outstanding issues on a papermill project.
Susan is a frequent lecturer on dispute resolution at Concordia University and through the AACEI – Montreal Section.