John Dillon has more than twenty years of experience in areas including critical path method (CPM) schedule development and management, CPM schedule delay analysis, expert report preparation, project controls, cost estimating, field engineering, and environmental engineering.

He has provided these services on an array of projects, including power plants, chemical plants, commercial buildings, steel mills, military bases, military ammunition plants, and dam construction and rehabilitation projects.

Mr. Dillon’s current focus involves CPM schedule delay analysis and related damages calculations for complex, multimillion-dollar construction claims, for which he has testified as an expert in both domestic and international arbitrations.

Employment History

Navigant Consulting, Inc.
Associate director
2004 – 2010

SAIC, Inc.
Senior project controls analyst
2000 – 2004

IT Group
Project controls engineer
1999 – 2000

ICF Kaiser Engineers
Civil engineer II
1993 – 1999

Professional Affiliations

AACE, Pittsburgh chapter
Vice president

American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

Engineers Society of Western Pennsylvania (ESWP)


Certified Planning & Scheduling Professional (PSP)

Areas of Expertise


University of Pittsburgh
MBA, 2003

Bucknell University
BS, Civil Engineering, 1995


Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering, International (AACE)