Richard Easler has more than twenty-five years of experience in project management and claims consulting for engineering and construction projects.
He has performed a variety of consulting services on both large and small projects, including work on construction project reviews, economic valuation, cost estimating, liability analysis, schedule analysis, and quantification of property and lost profits damages.
Mr. Easler’s consulting services have been performed with a number of different contract types, including fixed-price, cost-plus, time-and-material, and guaranteed-maximum-price contracts. He has testified in support of damages determinations and schedule delay analyses.
Construction Practice, Associate director
2002 – 2010
Environmental Division, Project director
1999 – 2002
ICF Kaiser Engineers
Environmental Group, Project manager
1992 – 1999
Coal and Coke Chemical Group, Project engineer
1987 – 1992
Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering, International (AACE)
Pittsburgh chapter president
Engineer’s Society of Western Pennsylvania
Certified Planning & Scheduling Professional (PSP)
Areas of Expertise
University of Pittsburgh
BS, Chemical Engineering, 1987
BA, Applied Science, 1987