Pennsylvania

1777 Sentry Parkway West
VEVA Building 11, Suite 300
Blue Bell, PA  19422
Tel: 267-464-0500
Fax: 267-464-0400

Brittany M. Myren

Brittany Myren has five years of experience in project management, CPM scheduling, and construction claims analysis. She brings her construction industry knowledge and engineering background to the analysis of construction delay and lost productivity claims. She reviews documents in support of issue studies, prepares and analyzes computerized CPM schedules, and prepares graphics as part of project analysis. She has led several projects in the performance of schedule, productivity, and cost quantification analyses on commercial and government projects involved in litigation, and has performed claims evaluation and preparation on commercial and industrial projects both defending and supporting construction claims.

Education
  • Drexel University, B.S., Civil Engineering
Professional Affiliations
  • AACE International
Project Highlights

Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Facility, Delaware — Provided CPM scheduling services, including development of bid schedule, project baseline schedule, and schedule updates. The project consisted of a roughly 222 thousand square feet consisting of a 3-story office and process facility with 2-levels of mezzanines. The CPM schedule was developed to coordinate construction of special processes equipment and utilities, as well as construction of clean rooms.

Bridge Replacement, Massachusetts — Assessed a $13M delay and inefficiencies claim. This $245M project consisted of constructing a vertical lift bridge with three approach spans on each side. Completed a CPM analysis of schedule delay, including issue analyses. Issues included late issuance of design packages, extended design process, design complexity, and fabrication processes.

Multiple Train Stations, Hawaii — Provided CPM scheduling services to general contractor for, Pearl Highlands, Pearlridge, and Aloha Stadium Stations (known as the Kamehameha Highway Station Group). Pearl Highlands is an entirely elevated station to be constructed for a 100 year flood event. Pearlridge Station spans the Kamehameha Highway and has several other ancillary buildings/spaces on the footprint of the site including backup operation control center, train control and communications room, and uninterruptible power supply. Developed the baseline schedule with detailed work breakdown structure and coding requirements. Resource and cost loaded baseline schedule.

Water Treatment Plant, Pennsylvania — Evaluated $2.2M claim involving differing site conditions and delay caused by owner changes. The $10M water treatment plant consisted of a new water treatment and clear well buildings, as well as renovating the existing water treatment building into a waste water treatment building. Analyzed project documentation to evaluate the viability of the subcontractor’s claim of excessive amounts and differing type or rock. Quantified delays that were caused by changes to the project scope of work and qualified merit of performance of unpaid extra work. Assisted owner with negotiation positions during mediation.