Master of Engineering – Construction Management
Concordia University, Montreal, 1988
Master of Applied Science – Geotechnical Engineering
University of Ottawa, 1978
Bachelor of Engineering – Civil Engineering
McGill University, Montreal, 1975
Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec
ADR Institute of Canada
Chartered Mediator (C. Med)
Institut de mediation et d’arbitrage du Québec
Certified Arbitrator and Mediator
AACE International (AACEI)
Certified Forensic Claim Consultant (CFCC)
Planning and Scheduling Professional (PSP)
Project Management Institute
Certified Project Management Professional (PMP)
Canadian Construction Association (CCA)
Gold Seal Certified Project Manager (GSC)
Dispute Resolution Board Foundation (DBRF)
Member of the Board of Directors for North America and Country representative for Canada
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Gerald McEniry obtained his B.Eng. in Civil Engineering from McGill University in 1975, and subsequently earned Masters degrees in both geotechnical engineering (M.A.Sc – 1978) and in construction project management (M.Eng. – 1988). He has been a member of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec since 1975 and holds several professional accreditations, including being certified as an Arbitrator and Mediator. He is fluently bilingual.
As Senior Consultant with Revay and Associates Limited over the past 29 years, Gerald has been responsible for analysing, preparing, defending and negotiating numerous complex construction claims in Canada, the United States and internationally, as well as providing expert testimony in court, before arbitration panels, in mediations and before Dispute Review Boards. He also has particular expertise in analyzing delays, lost productivity, quantum of compensation and differing soil conditions.
He has extensive experience with projects in the fields of heavy construction and civil engineering, namely tunnels, transportation (roads, airports, railways), hydroelectric projects, deep foundations, port facilities, high rise and industrial structures, water treatment facilities, mines and metallurgical foundries. He has also prepared project schedules for owners and contractors, controlled costs and work progress, carried out audits and other project management reviews. Gerald is regularly invited as speaker at construction conferences.
Prior to joining Revay in 1988, he worked with a major international EPC firm for over 10 years in various capacities, including project manager, resident engineer, geotechnical design engineer, and planning and cost control engineer.