1777 Sentry Parkway West
VEVA Building 11, Suite 300
Blue Bell, PA 19422
Andrew Coleman has nearly 2 years of experience in project management, CPM scheduling, and construction claims analysis. Andrew is responsible for reviewing, preparing and analyzing CPM schedules and also prepares graphics as part of project analysis. He has aided in the performance of schedule, productivity, and cost quantification analyses on construction projects involved in litigation and has performed claims evaluation and preparation on commercial and industrial projects both defending and supporting construction claims. He has prepared schedule updates for ongoing construction projects.
Prior to CPMI, Andrew worked at a full-service project management firm where he assessed project scopes with subcontractors for project trades, reviewed and revised contracts, purchase orders, and letters of intent for subcontractors and collaborated with managers to calculate prices of conceptual projects. He also worked for a large construction company where he managed quality assurance and quality control for the Camden Waterfront American Water Project.
- Drexel University, B.S., Construction Management, minor in Finance
- Construction Management Association of America (CMAA), Member
Large Waterfront Project – Project was for a large regional construction firm building a new corporate headquarters for the American Water Works. The American Water corporate headquarters received LEED Platinum by U.S. Green Buildings for its design. During the project Andrew prepared documents to manage and record the quality assurance of work being completed. Monitored subcontractor work and rework to ensure construction standards were met. Compiled checklists for construction above the ceiling to conform with code and company standards. Assisted with the creation of the interior fit-out punch lists during the closeout process.
Bridge Deck Replacement – Analyzed delays and disruptions in structural steel submittal, precast shop drawings, structural steel deliveries, and casting for the bridge deck replacement and rehabilitation project. The project included replacement of 420,000 square foot deteriorated bridge deck over a span of 2.5 miles. Issues included slow progress in submittal and approval of structural steel shop drawings, inaccurate survey data, and late structural steel deliveries. These issues impacted the production of precast shop drawings and precast panels. Analyzed and reviewed project data of structural steel dates. Prepared graphics for a claim of a subcontractor on a $13 million contract. Reviewed project data on the steel submittal approval and delivery dates.