FTI Consulting promotes Manoj Bahl to practice leader role

07 March 2024 Consultancy.uk 1 min. read
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FTI Consulting has promoted Manoj Bahl as the new leader of its construction, projects and assets practice for the UK and Ireland.

A company statement on LinkedIn said of the appointment, “We’re delighted to announce that Manoj Bahl, senior managing director in our London team, has been appointed as the leader of our UK & Ireland construction, projects and assets practice. We wish him every success in this new role.”

With staff across 18 global locations, FTI Consulting’s construction, projects and assets practice provides disputes, advisory and transformation services to clients around the world. These services help address the strategic, financial, operational, regulatory, and capital needs of key players in the utilities, energy, chemicals, mining, manufacturing, infrastructure, real estate and industrial sectors – with its experts enabling transformation through people, processes, technology and data.

FTI Consulting promotes Manoj Bahl to practice leader role

Manoj Bahl joined FTI in 2010. He has since served as a delay expert witness, skilled in the forensic analysis of programmes of work and site records to provide expert opinion on the timely progress of works and the quantum and causation for delays and disruption.

A former forensic delay analyst with Nigel Lowe Consulting, he has also held planning and construction consulting roles with a number of other firms. These include Arup, Balfour Beatty, Pick Everard and Danaher & Walsh.

The UK is one of the largest markets served by FTI. With a team of over 600 people based in London, its clients receive expert counsel across all of our practice areas, including investigations, litigation, mergers and acquisitions, regulatory issue, reputation management, transaction services, and restructuring. The firm also regularly provides insight and analysis into the national market – including a recent warning that the number of financially distressed companies across the UK was due to rise.