Eight partners establish Capital Project Management, Inc. with six employees.
Going Great Guns
CPMI analyzes a $547 million claim arising from a contract for full-scale development and production of the AC-130U gunship and presents findings in multiple mediation hearings on behalf of the government.
Morganti v. U.S.
CPMI successfully defends a $130 million default termination claim in construction of a 1,000-bed metropolitan prison. Two company principals testify at the trial.
CPMI begins its ongoing sponsorship of the Reception Honoring Women in Construction hosted by the ABA Forum.
Daewoo v. U.S.
CPMI provides expert testimony for the U.S. in the trial arising from Daewoo’s construction of a roadway in Palau. The court denies Daewoo’s $63 million claim, declares it fraudulent, and passes a $51 million judgment against Daewoo’s two principals.
The Big 10
CPMI celebrates its 10th anniversary with a reception for clients and friends at the Waldorf Astoria, during the ABA Midwinter Meeting in New York.
Mitchell Enterprises v. GSA
CPMI provides expert testimony in defense of a claim in construction of a $35 million courthouse. Our schedule and damages analysis is cited in the $0 award for the claimant.
Plenary speaker Mike D’Onofrio, CPMI president, discusses counsel’s role in dealing with mid-course adjustments in project planning, scheduling, and resulting claims at the ABA Meeting in Newport, R.I.
A paper co-authored by Rob D’Onofrio and W. Stephen Dale in Public Contract Law Journal is cited by U.S. Court of Federal Claims.
Maintenance Enterprises v. Dyno Nobel
CPMI evaluates delay and disruption claims for a contractor arising from the $90 million expansion of an ammonium nitrate facility. CPMI provides expert testimony during the jury trial and the decision favors the contractor.
In the jury trial of Utility Line Services, Inc. v. PVR Marcellus, CPMI testifies in defense of the contractor’s $24.3 million claim arising out of construction of a natural gas pipeline. The jury awards the contractor 100% plus interest and fees.
Co-authors W. Stephen Dale and Robert M. D’Onofrio offer over 700 pages of expert advice and analysis in their inaugural edition of Construction Schedule Delays (Thomson Reuters, 2014).