Maria Mowers
New York

450 Seventh Avenue
37th Floor
New York, NY 10123
Tel: +1 929 447 5500
Fax: +1 929 447 5507

Maria Mowers


Maria Mowers specializes in schedule delay analysis, disruption and inefficiency analysis, CPM scheduling, and construction damages. Since joining CPMI in 2018, Maria has worked on various multimillion-dollar claims, representing both sides, owner and contractor. Prior to joining CPMI, Maria had five years of experience in process-mechanical design and project management of facilities, focusing on water and wastewater treatment plants and pumping stations. At a prior firm, she worked on large infrastructure projects, specializing in the design of water/wastewater facilities where she was in charge of the design, writing of project specifications, completing cost estimates, and managing and reviewing construction shop drawings and RFIs. Maria is fluent in English, Greek and Albanian.

  • Lehigh University, B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Minor in Energy Engineering
Select Publications
Coll, Vincent, and Maria (Qirjollari) Mowers. Characterizing Power Functions by Hypervolumes of Revolution. Mathematics Magazine, Vol. 87, No. 3, June 2014.
Project Highlights
NFL Stadium – Reviewed schedule updates during the construction of a new 10-floor $1.8B design-build stadium. Analyzed delays, added costs, and lost productivity to steel fabrication and erection. Project included over 28,000 tons of steel fabrication.

Tunnel Scheduling Project – Provided CPM scheduling services to one of the prime contractors for the construction of the overall $11 billion major tunneling project in New York. Prepared weekly mechanical schedule updates incorporating contractors’ progress. The Project scope included eight miles of tunneling extended in parts of Manhattan, Queens and The Bronx.

Waste Water Treatment Plant – Provided construction claim services to the general contractor to review and analyze delays in retrofitting an existing 80 million gallons per day waste water treatment plant in New York. This $39 million claim came as a result of delays in the mechanical and plumbing work of the project associated with multiple change orders and utilities’ coordination.

Generator Replacement Jobs – Provided mechanical and HVAC design for upgrades to various existing sludge pumping stations throughout the county, focusing on generator replacements projects. Wrote project specifications and assisted with the construction management by maintaining up-to-date shop drawing and RFI logs, reviewed the contractor’s submittals and coordinated the submittal review among the various disciplines.