December 11, 2018
CPMI was excited to exhibit at the 2018 Construction SuperConference this week featuring impactful plenary sessions and compelling panel discussions. Now in its 33rd year, the SuperConference is recognized as the preeminent construction conference developed for mid to senior level professionals who work in any of the legal and commercial construction markets.
CPMI’s Rob D’Onofrio presented at the conference. The session, Hot Topics for 2019 Construction Contracts, provided attendees with insight from a panel of construction professionals across the industry discussing a variety of risks construction stakeholders are facing in the industry and providing concrete suggestions for addressing those risk through the contract process.
This book is an invaluable reference for any lawyer, construction, or engineering practitioner who deals with construction schedule delays, from project negotiation through litigation. Coauthored by a construction lawyer and an engineer, Construction Schedule Delays deftly connects both the legal and technical aspects of the topic from an easy-to-understand, but detailed presentation of law and examples. The 2018 edition includes new cases on schedule delay and disruption and have also added additional material on other critical topics, including: constructive acceleration, qualification of experts, apportioning of liquidated damages, no damage for delay, and substantial completion. The book is available in print and electronically on Westlaw. For more information, visit the Thomson Reuters website.
October 9, 2018
CPMI’s Rob D’Onofrio was at the IBA Annual Conference this week in Rome, Italy. The conference brought together delegates from all over the world for the largest and most prestigious event for international lawyers, providing an abundance of business and networking opportunities, not to mention the chance to explore one of the most fascinating cities on Earth.
September 18, 2018
CPMI congratulates Seungheon Han, PSP, PMP, 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.
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.