1777 Sentry Parkway West
VEVA Building 11, Suite 300
Blue Bell, PA 19422
Seungheon Han, PSP, PMP
Seungheon Han has five years of experience in planning, project management, project controls, design documents review and procurement. He has worked on an array of projects in the education, health care and military sectors, where he managed costs, schedules, materials and safety. Seungheon is skilled in the analysis of schedule delay, disruption and lost productivity, and in the evaluation of damages. His computer graphics expertise plays an important role in his ability to demonstrate inefficiency and lost productivity.
- The University of Texas at Austin, M.S., Civil Engineering
- Inha University, B.S., Civil Engineering
- AACE International, Planning and Scheduling Professional
- Project Management Professional (PMP)
- Engineer In Training (EIT)
- AACE International, Certified Cost Technician (CCT)
- AACE International, Certified Scheduling Technician (CST)
- AACE International
- American Society of Civil Engineers
Han, Seungheon, Jin Ouk Choi, and James T. O’Connor. “Quality of Baseline Schedules: Lessons from Higher Education Capital Facility Projects.” Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice (2016): 04016017.
Process Piping, Pennsylvania – Prepared a $9M delay, constructive acceleration, and disruption claim for a subcontractor on a $12M propane and jetty piping installation contract at a Liquefied Petroleum Gas, refined products, crude terminal, and Natural Gas Liquids storage process and industrial complex. Issues included late and limited site access, late and piecemeal delivery of contractor-furnished material, stacking and interference from other trades, and safety incident site shutdown period. Evaluated loss of productivity utilizing a measured mile analysis comparing different size pipe and areas of the project. Performed assessment using earned value and estimated future inefficiency costs. Claim settled as a change order.
Arthur Ashe Stadium Retractable Roof, New York – Provided assessment of a $20M acceleration and inefficiency claim associated with the fabrication of a new fixed and retractable roof over an existing stadium. Issues included changes in scope, issuance of design drawings, shop drawings, fabrication, and erection. Analyzed schedule delays and labor inefficiencies in detailing and fabrication of the new fixed and retractable roof. Quantified additional costs incurred by increased complexity and acceleration efforts through lost productivity analysis.
East Side Access Transportation Infrastructure, New York – Analyzed delays and disruption experienced by a contractor on a $104M contract, a part of a $10 billion regional transportation infrastructure project in New York City. Issues included access restraints to key work areas, overall site conditions, East Approach secant pile issues, pump station redesign, and dewatering issues. Reviewed monthly schedule updates and performed a CPM schedule analysis to identify causes of delay and quantify the delay to project completion. Analyzed impacts of logic changes in schedules to project completion.
Luxury Condominium Tower, New York – Performed a CPM schedule analysis to manage a $288M luxury condominium tower of 238,000 square feet. Seungheon analyzes schedule updates on a regular basis to track changes in schedules and evaluates the amount and causes of delay incurred as well as potential savings through resequencing of work. Performed Time Impact Analysis (TIA) to analyze impacts of added/deleted scope of work. Reviewed daily reports to evaluate manpower usage over time as well as change orders to quantify their impacts on the project completion date and costs.