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New York, NY 10123
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Maeve Cortese is responsible for reviewing, preparing and analyzing CPM schedules and preparing graphics as part of project analysis. She has managed multiple large, schedule-driven construction projects in various areas of the continental United States. Maeve has experience with conducting document reviews, acquiring construction permits, and managing projects from planning, through construction to startup, all while ensuring standards and practices were met or exceeded. She is skilled in writing and reviewing project scopes, cost forecasts and accruals, scheduling, contractor management, and project commissioning. Prior to CPMI, Maeve has spent four years working in operations as a project manager domestically and internationally. She has experience in project management from planning through execution to startup. Maeve is adept at reviewing CPM schedules as well as developing demonstrative graphics that can be included in expert reports and utilized in presentations for various dispute forums.
- Syracuse University, B.S., in Civil Engineering and Economics; Minor in Applied Mathematics
Customs Compliance & Duty Drawbacks – Provided documentation to support the requests for prior disclosures, duty drawback, and post summary corrections to U.S. Customs and Border Protection with the support of outside counsel. The requests were caused by importing goods from Asia to the U.S. at a higher cost than required, which resulted in refunds of approximately $3.6 million.
Domestic and International Warehousing and Transportation – Opened third-party logistics warehousing solutions for the client in Canada, England, and Australia. Built freight transportation footprints to support international warehouses, which included vendor sourcing, contract negotiation, and customs compliance. The transportation lanes were primarily between North America, Canada, and Australia; England and the Netherlands. Built and maintained the client’s North American freight transportation network to support over 100 truckload movements per month.
Oil Processing Plant – Maintained project documentation such as RFIs, change orders, validating P&IDs, and receiving and managing all equipment purchase orders. Automated the process for material receipts and requests for subcontractors that were previously offline through an online systems infrastructure that allowed for faster turnarounds and stronger documentation integrity.