Rule out risk.

We apply a structured framework in Risk Engineering and Construction Risk Management. We advise on project-specific risk mitigation measures, contingency provisions and risk-based project optimization so you are able to predict and manage risks and build with confidence. Find out how we can help

We are based in London and operate worldwide, providing Risk Engineering, Construction Risk Management and Specialist Consulting Services to major stakeholders, decisions makers and insurers. Our services cover a wide range of construction projects from planning to implementation and throughout the project’s life cycle

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Directors
Spyros
Spyros Konstantis
Dipl.Eng MSc MSc APMP EurIng CEng - MICE

Spyros is a Civil Engineer with Risk Management expertise and orientation, with over 15 years of professional experience.

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Panos
Panos Spyridis
Prof. Dr. Dipl. Dipl. Ing., CEng – MICE

Panos has developed an expertise in Tunnel design, Concrete structures, and Reliability and Probability-based Engineering with industry experience since 2002.

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FEATURED SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS
keyboard_arrow_rightPerformance indicator of tunnel linings under geotechnical uncertainty.
in Geomechanics and tunneling, 9 (2) - 2016
by Spyridis, P., Konstantis, S. , Gakis, A.
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keyboard_arrow_rightCan the Risk Register become a Contract Document?
in 2014 North American Tunneling Conference
by R. Goodfellow, J. O’Carroll, S. Konstantis
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keyboard_arrow_rightDesign of SCL structures in London.
in Geomechanics and tunnelling, 6 (1) - 2013
by Spyridis, P., Nasekhian, A., Skalla, G.
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keyboard_arrow_rightTunnel losses: causes, impact, trends and risk management
in ITA World Tunnel Congress 2016, San Fransisco
by Konstantis, T. , Konstantis, S. , Spyridis, P.
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We provide services through a core team of highly qualified
and experienced Civil Engineers
, with multi-field Risk Engineering and
Management expertise and with active roles in large scale infrastructure
projects around the world.

FROM OUR BLOG
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Are we marching towards a Code of Practice for hydro projects?
by Spyros Konstantis
Notable failures in tunnelling projects, construction insurance market under pressure, and reluctance to insure similar projects. That was the case with tunneling projects almost 20 years ago, and there currently seems to be a déjà vu with hydro projects. The tunnel construction insurance market came back on its feet following the issuance of the Code of Practice for Risk Management of Tunnel Works in 2003. Are we marching towards the drafting of a Code of Practice for Risk Management of Hydro Projects?
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