Providing critical solutions to the construction industry since 1992

CRAIG ALAN SORENSEN

Mr. Sorensen is a Construction Consultant and Court approved Expert Witness. His consulting practice includes project planning, scheduling, cost analysis and schedule delay impact analysis on private and government construction contracts. He has been qualified as an expert on Public Works bidding practices, construction management, critical path method schedule analysis, forensic schedule delay analysis and related damage calculations, productivity and disruption damages, reasonable value of the work, and custom and practice concerning scheduling, delay analysis, change order requests, change orders, methods of measuring inefficiency, and documenting delay claims.

Mr. Sorensen studied Architecture (1979-1980) at Northern Virginia College and continued his studies at Montana State University towards a Bachelor of Arts degree in Architecture (1980-1983). He worked for Wexco Intl. Corp. (1983-1992) in the capacities of Junior Draftsman, Scheduling Engineer, Manager of Support Services, Senior Project Controls Manager, Senior Claims Manager, Vice President and President - Consulting Operations Division.

Craig organized the consulting firm NITRO Associates in 1992. Mr. Sorensen was an instructor for the Department of Engineering, Information Systems and Technical Management at the University of California, Los Angeles, Continuing Education Program from 1995 to 2002. He taught UCLA’s Planning and Management Systems (CPM) class for the Professional Designation in Construction Management, a certified program. He continues to be a frequent speaker at Engineering and Construction Association meetings and conferences, as well as academically for Loyola School of Law, University of California, University of Southern California, California State University, and Lorman Educational Services.

Mr. Sorensen has been qualified to testify in the following jurisdictions and specialty areas of construction disputes:

  • UNITED STATES COURT of FEDERAL CLAIMS - Washington D.C.
  • UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, California - Wyoming
  • STATE of CALIFORNIA SUPERIOR COURT
  • STATE of MONTANTA DISTRICT COURT
  • AAA, JAMS & OAH - California, Arizona