Wayne DeFlaminis


Expert Information
Qualifications BSE, Mechanical Engineering & Applied Mechanics
MBA, Finance Management
PSP, Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering, Int’l
CCE, Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering, Int’l
CFE, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
CDT, Construction Specifications Institute
Professional Memberships ABA, ACFE, AACEi, Delaware Association of Professional Engineers, Maryland State Board of Professional Engineers, Washington Building Congress

Contract Experience AIA, ConsensusDocs, CSI Standards, FAR, FIDIC, UFGS Standards
Services Quantum, Delay & Disruption
Sectors Buildings, Transportation Infrastructure, Industrial & Manufacturing, Power & Utilities, Resources, Aerospace, Defence, Security & Space
Expert Highlights
  • Widely qualified and experienced construction professional.
  • Proven as a credible expert under cross-examination.
  • Appointed as expert in litigation and arbitration matters addressing disputes valued at more than $50 million.
  • Appointed expert on matters involving quantum, delay, and disruption.
  • Employs an objective and methodical approach to analysing project delays.
  • Has been an expert and advisor throughout all stages of construction, negotiation and dispute resolution.
  • Specializes in complex construction litigation.

“…Wayne provided expert testimony on behalf of my clients on very complex construction cases. Wayne is a thorough analyst, a good communicator, and his written work product is excellent. His knowledge, professionalism and expert testimony are invaluable.”

Founding Partner, US Law Firm

Wayne DeFlaminis is a mechanical engineer with over 20 years of construction industry experience. He has been appointed as expert in matters of delay, quantum and disruption on more than 30 occasions.

Wayne is a recognized construction industry expert and has been cross-examined in litigation and arbitration. He has provided expert testimony on topics involving critical path method (CPM) scheduling, delay analysis, cost impacts, construction finance and construction management principles; drawing on his prior experience in both mechanical engineering and construction management.

As a consultant, Wayne has advised and supported a wide variety of disputed project in matters ranging from critical delays and performance to change order cost impacts and disruption.

Wayne’s project experience includes military bases and government facilities, nuclear facilities, utility infrastructure and “green energy” projects, oil production and processing plants, mass transit systems, roadways and bridges, hotels and condominiums, higher education institutions, commercial real estate transactions, and IT implementation projects. He has worked in the Bahamas, Canada, Chile, Qatar, and across the USA.

Wayne has presented seminars, written published articles, and given speeches and presentations on topics such as construction claims avoidance, CPM scheduling, auditing and fraud prevention. He is a member of the Delaware Association of Professional Engineers and Maryland State Board of Professional Engineers, the Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering, the American Bar Association, Washington Building Congress and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Wayne is an officer of the board of directors of the ACE Mentoring Program of Greater Washington, DC.

Contact Wayne
Location Washington, DC, US