Tim Van Noy
- Managing Director, Eisner Advisory Group LLC
Tim Van Noy is a Managing Director in the Financial Advisory Serives Group and leads the Construction Advisory Services Practice for the firm. Tim has extensive experience in providing litigation support services, specializing in construction disputes, damage measurement, forensic accounting and investigations. He has testified as an expert witness in civil and criminal matters in state and federal courts. He is a Certified Public Accountant and holds designations as a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF).
Tim has over 25 years of experience in construction disputes and investigations on a wide variety of domestic and international contracts including: highway, bridge and dam construction; high-speed rail and commuter rail projects; commercial, industrial and institutional building construction and renovation; utility and cogeneration projects; residential development; and shipbuilding. He has also assisted government contractors develop and present claims to various federal agencies. On these projects, he has performed cost verifications, reviewed and assessed change orders, and analyzed damage claims related to cost overruns, defective design, extra work, acceleration, delay, lost productivity, and additional field and home office overhead. Tim has also assisted the U.S. Department of Justice in criminal and civil false claims investigations and has investigated fraud allegations for private owners.
In addition to litigation and forensic matters, Tim has performed a variety of consulting services in the construction sector. For private sector owners, investors and developers, he conducts fraud risk assessments, post- construction cost reviews, project monitoring and oversight, and operational reviews. For public sector owners, Tim provides integrity oversight monitoring services, project reviews and assessments, and operational and back office procedure reviews.
Tim has presented on topics related to fraud investigation and construction claims to various industry associations, including the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Construction Financial Management Association, Construction Management Association of America and the American Accounting Association. He has also presented on the topic of investigating fraud and corruption on major infrastructure projects to The World Bank and to the Ministry of Justice of the Royal Government of Thailand.
Prior to joining the firm, Tim spent ten years managing his own consulting practice. He is a former partner at a Big 4 accounting firm and has served as the Chief Financial Officer for an infrastructure design and construction management company. Tim has also functioned as an owner’s representative on construction projects, designed electrical systems for Navy ship overhauls, and spent several years working in the construction trades. Tim graduated with Honors, receiving a degree in Accounting from Old Dominion University.