Our broad range of experience with infrastructure projects has facilitated rewarding outcomes for our clients in areas of bridge, road, highway, and transportation construction. Our team understands the complexities of civil and heavy highway construction as well as the risks inherent in each. BCC provides claims analysis, forensic delay analysis and risk assessment on projects of varying magnitudes and geographic locations.


BCC's bridge construction consulting experience includes default claim analysis related to structural and road surface repairs, bridge widening and expansions, seismic upgrades, electrical lighting, SCADA systems, and toll booths.

BCC's bridge claim consultants performed significant scope analysis and cost assessments on a bridge project in New York by identifying overstated and contractually recoverable costs. Furthermore, our investigations uncovered the default claim was the responsibility of an entity other than our client resulting in $1M savings.


Our road and highway claim consultants have successfully worked on claims related to the structural steel fabrication and erection of highway overpasses, pier and embankment construction, expressway interchanges, highway underground storm pipe and drain structures, asphalt paving and blacktop patching, concrete box and precast girders.

On a highway expansion project in Washington, our team of consultants performed a cost assessment and delay analysis for the client. Our efforts resulted in the avoidance of approximately 20% of the damage claims asserted against the client due to our discovery of appropriate claim defenses.


BCC's team has worked in the design and construction of light rail trolley systems and performed due diligence for the underwriting of high speed monorail systems. We have also worked on subcontractor default claims on airport projects, distribution warehouses, light rail passenger stations, parking garages, and rental car facilities. Our transportation building consulting experience also includes defect claims associated with collapsed structures, concrete finishes, and site work.

Our team of analysts was tasked with investigating scope of work issues attributed to multiple causes at an airport project in Nevada. Our experience with transportation construction dispute resolutions enabled us to successfully negotiate a savings of 18% for our client.