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Houston, TX (November 23, 2015) – Interface Consulting International, Inc. is pleased to announce that we have added new professionals to our established team of familiar faces to better serve our clients. As the business of our clients continues to grow, so will our firm. These staff additions provide the framework for responsiveness and premium service from the start of our assignments through the quality assurance of our work processes. [View Full Release]

Interface Consulting International, Inc., a global expert services firm, is pleased to be a Gold Sponsor and participant at the upcoming 36th Annual Construction and Public Contracts Law Seminar, co-sponsored by Virginia CLE and the Construction Law and Public Contracts Section of the Virginia State Bar. Karen Matthews, Business Development Manager, and Travis Wingo, a Construction Management expert, will be representing Interface at the seminar. [View Full Release]

Houston, TX (November 11, 2014) - With so many experts in the industry, we want to ensure that we provide you with top talent to choose from in 2014. Our team at Interface Consulting International, Inc. has added new construction expertise to our established team of familiar faces. [View Full Release]

Construction projects suffering from the inevitability of change orders can benefit from the article, “Death, Taxes…and Changes,” as published in Modern Contractor Solutions. The article, authored by Interface Consulting International, Inc., lays out a step-by-step guide for change management best practices that, if consistently followed, can maximize the ability to successfully manage projects through changes. “Most projects experience some degree of change,” said Sullivan.  “Therefore, changes need to be anticipated before construction begins so they can be handled effectively through a process.” The article summarizes an effective change management process, provides insight into potential issues, and recommends ways to maximize your ability to successfully manage a project’s inevitable changes. Most importantly, an effective change management process includes the following five (5) ... [View Full Release]

Construction projects suffering the effects of lost labor efficiency can benefit from a new industry guidebook co-authored by Interface Consulting International, Inc., principal consultant Philip D. Barnard, PE, CCP, and Pennsylvania State University’s professor emeritus of civil engineering H. Randolph Thomas, Ph.D., PE. The publication, “Conducting a Measured Mile Analysis: Concepts, Principles, and Procedures,” seeks to enhance the reliability of damage assessments utilizing the Measured Mile concept. The guidebook defines the core principles behind the Measured Mile concept and details standardized procedures that enhance the reliability of the concept when quantifying damages. A Measured Mile analysis is a common approach utilized by construction experts that is widely accepted in the industry yet is often used inconsistently. “Labor productivity issues are ... [View Full Release]

Frank G. Adams, PE, of Interface Consulting International, Inc., and Cristopher Farrar of DLA Piper presented their construction insights to an audience of prominent lawyers in the Houston Bar Association International Law Section. The April 9 presentation, “Bidding International Construction Projects,” was hosted at Porter Hedges LLP’s downtown offices as part of the regularly scheduled HBA ILS monthly series of luncheons, which feature presentations by lawyers and subject matter experts on topics related to international law. [View Full Release]

Fifth Circuit Affirms Arbitration Award of Nearly $7 Million to Petrofac, Inc. The American Arbitration Association (AAA) award in favor of Petrofac, Inc., in its construction claim against DynMcDermott Petroleum Operations Company (DM), was affirmed by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in its July 17, 2012, filing.  Damages expert Frank G. Adams, PE, of Interface Consulting International, Inc., testified before the arbitration panel as to Petrofac’s engineering and field labor productivity losses due to design and construction issues on a transportable degasification plant at two US Department of Energy Strategic Petroleum Reserve sites in Texas. The panel awarded Petrofac over 90% of the damages outlined in Interface Consulting’s damage analysis, in addition to attorneys’ fees and interest, amounting to ... [View Full Release]

With attendance reaching its highest level in 30 years, OTC 2012 drew marine and offshore industry players from across the globe and locally, including Houston-based Interface Consulting International, Inc. Interface Consulting helped once again break attendance records during Houston’s 43rd annual Offshore Technology Conference, April 30-May 3, 2012. The annual conference, held at Reliant Park, drew the third-largest crowd in event history with 89,400 attendees. The sold-out exhibition reached a 30-year high in attendance, up 14% from last year, by bringing together offshore energy industry leaders from around the world. Consultants of Interface Consulting had the opportunity to attend a special technical program panel Tuesday, May 1, entitled, “Year 2030—Visions of Worldwide Offshore Oil and Gas.” Moderators Gregory Carter of ... [View Full Release]