July 19, 2018
CPMI congratulates Rob D’Onofrio, P.E., CEng, for becoming a Chartered Engineer (CEng). A Chartered Engineer is an Engineer registered with the Engineering Council (the British regulatory body for engineers). Chartered Engineers are degree-qualified and have gained professional competencies through training and monitored professional practice experience. This is a peer reviewed process. The formation process of a Chartered Engineer consists of obtaining an accredited Master of Engineering (MEng) degree, or BEng plus MSc or other master’s degree or Post Graduate Diploma in an engineering discipline, and a minimum of four years of professional post graduate peer reviewed experience. With more than 180,000 registrants from many countries, designation as a Chartered Engineer is one of the most recognizable international engineering qualifications.
June 27, 2018
CPMI was proud to sponsor 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 the 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, including architecture, fashion design, graphic design, industrial design and interior design. CHAD has a successful track record of graduating urban students and sending them off to colleges around the country.
June 25, 2018
CPMI’s Joseph Hellenbrand presented this week at the 2018 AACE International Conference & Expo in San Diego, CA. This Annual Meeting brings together the industry’s leading cost professionals in a forum focused on learning, sharing, and networking with over 100 hours of technical presentations. This year’s presentations were focused around the papers that were submitted which represent the best and most current tools and techniques used in the industry today covering a wide range of programs and projects. Joe presented on the ability to understand the impact that new schedule logic has on a project schedule and how it is critical in Project Management.
May 18, 2018
CPMI congratulates William Griffin, P.E., PSP, for passing his exam for the Planning and Scheduling Professional (PSP) certification program this past month. The PSP credential is only provided to those with demonstrable knowledge and advanced experience in project planning, and developing, monitoring, updating, forecasting and analyzing integrated project schedules. The PSP certification is internationally recognized as demonstration of expertise in planning and scheduling.
May 6 – 9, 2018
The third annual Project Management College of Scheduling conference was themed Scheduling Today and Tomorrow and was held in Vancouver, British Columbia.
CPMI’s William Griffin spoke about analyzing delay with inaccurate schedules. His presentation showed various examples of how to make use of inaccurate schedules and how to respond to the inevitable criticisms that will be encountered.
CPMI’s Robert D’Onofrio spoke on a panel with other experts from Navigant, PMA, and Delta Consulting to discuss assessment of liquidated damages in schedule delay projects. The session addressed concurrent delays, offsetting delays, and discuss industry standard for schedule delay analysis ANSI/ASCE/CI 67-17 guideline 4.6 using example situations as to when it may or may not apply.
Attendees were exposed to the current state of the scheduling profession while networking with schedule professionals from around the globe including many of the top practitioners and experts in the field.
April 24, 2018
CPMI expert Rob D’Onofrio was invited to speak in an AECOM sponsored graduate level project management seminar series yesterday at Cornell University. Rob co-presented with Frank Cara of Pepper Hamilton on construction law, claims, and career development.
April 20, 2018
CPMI expert Rob D’Onofrio joined a mock trial yesterday at Virginia Tech for a class studying Construction Engineering and Management in Virginia Tech’s Civil Engineering program in Blacksburg, VA. Student’s role played as lawyers and experts in a delay case while Rob was acting guest judge. Students in the class are using Rob’s 1,000-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.
April 4, 2018
Rob D’Onofrio and W. Stephen Dale co-presented at the Federal Publications Seminar in Arlington, VA. The two day course was based on Construction Schedule Delays, the definitive 1,000+ page treatise on the subject co-authored by course instructors. Like the book, the course bridges both the legal and technical aspects of the topic from an easy-to-understand, but detailed presentation of law and examples. In addition to addressing the major delay analysis methods in use today, the instructors reviewed legal aspects of other critical topics, such as basics of CPM scheduling, concurrent delay, and constructive acceleration.
March 15, 2018
CPMI proudly supported the March of Dimes 25th Annual Transportation, Building & Construction Awards Luncheon today at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. This annual event recognizes the leaders and projects from the transportation, building and construction industries while serving as a community of supporters on behalf of mothers and babies.
March 9, 2018
CPMI’s President Mike D’Onofrio presented today at the 11th Annual Construction Law Institute in Orlando, Florida. The panel featured dueling delay experts discussing schedule delay analysis methodologies.
February 8, 2018
New York Office
We’ve opened an office for the first time in Manhattan:
Capital Project Management, Inc.
450 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1401
New York, NY 10123
We’ve moved our headquarters to a larger space in the same building:
Capital Project Management, Inc.
1777 Sentry Parkway West
VEVA Building 11, Suite 300
Blue Bell, PA 19422
Please note our two new addresses!