June 24, 2016
CPMI was proud to sponsor and attend the Charter High School for Architecture and Design’s Annual Champagne Breakfast this morning. This signature event raises funds for the school, but also recognizes their growing list of supporters across Philadelphia’s architecture, construction and design communities. At CHAD, students enjoy a unique curriculum with design courses that lead to “majors” in a variety of fields.
CHAD’s mission is to offer each student the opportunity for success and the preparation for life-long learning and responsible citizenship. CHAD is a thoughtful academic environment that engenders love of learning, intellectual curiosity, and new ways of seeing, and prepares students for higher education.
May 31, 2016
CPMI expert Rob D’Onofrio, P.E. spoke at the PMCOS Conference last week in Chicago. This annual event featured world-class papers and presentations focused on the profession of project scheduling and controls. During the Claims Track, Rob spoke about avoiding and resolving schedule-related claims both during a project and at project completion.
April 27, 2016
During the ABA Forum on Construction Law Annual Meeting in Nashville, CPMI celebrated its 20th Anniversary milestone with many clients and friends. Thank you to all who joined us for this special occasion.
March 29, 2016
CPMI expert Rob D’Onofrio, P.E. gave a lecture on construction schedule delay analysis to a class studying Construction Engineering and Management in Virginia Tech’s Civil Engineering program in Blacksburg, VA. Students in the class are using Rob’s 816-page treatise Construction Schedule Delays as the coursebook, giving them an opportunity to ask questions directly to the co-author of the book they are studying.
January 29, 2016
The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and American National Standards Institute (ANSI) invite the public to comment.
Capital Project Management, Inc. (CPMI) expert Rob D’Onofrio, P.E., chairs the Schedule Delay Analysis Standard Committee in developing this industry standard. It is the goal of the Committee to establish standard guidelines to reflect best engineering principles and standard of practice associated with schedule delay analysis in the United States construction industry.
The general public, ASCE members and nonmembers, can submit comments on the draft standard during the 45-day public comment period from January 21, 2016 – March 7, 2016. Click here to provide public comment.
To download a copy of the draft standard, click here.
January 21, 2016
Rob D’Onofrio, P.E., received the service award from the Young Lawyers Division at the ABA Forum on Construction Law Midwinter Meeting. The award recognizes his tremendous service to the Forum, to the Young Lawyers Division, and to the ACE Mentor Program.