1777 Sentry Parkway West
VEVA Building 11, Suite 300
Blue Bell, PA 19422
Supriya Panwar has nine years of experience in the construction industry, including five as a Civil Project Engineer, and four as a Project Controls Engineer focused on active project scheduling as well as delay & disruption claims preparation and analysis. She specializes in CPM scheduling of construction projects and analysis and preparation of delay and lost labor productivity disputes. Supriya has performed bridge widening related research studies under Bridge Resource Program (BRP) at CAIT, Rutgers University. At a prior firm, she performed design calculations for storm water management and sewer system projects. Her project experience includes accelerated bridge construction, structural rehabilitation, highway improvement & resurfacing, storm water management and sewer systems, and maintenance repair contracts. Supriya Panwar is skilled in Project Management, Project Controls, CPM Scheduling, Schedule Delay Analysis, Inefficiency and Lost Productivity Analysis, and Construction Claims Analysis with an interest in recent advancements in the industry.
- B.I.E.T, Jhansi, India, BS Civil Engineering
- Rutgers University, MS Civil Engineering, concentrating on Construction Engineering and Project Management
- American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
- Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering International (AACE), Member
- Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering International (AACE), New Jersey Chapter, Director, College Outreach
- AACE Rising Professionals Committee, Technical Content Creator (AACE RPC)
- Project Management College of Scheduling (PMCOS)
- Programming Committee, Women in Construction, Washington, DC
Select Speaking Engagements
“Environmental Risk Management for Construction Schedules,” Project Management College of Scheduling Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 2022.
“Construction Delays & Delay Claim,” Guest Lecture for CMG6405 Construction Law Class, Northeastern University, August 2021.
“Environmental Differing Site Conditions: What They Are, Why it Matters & How to Measure it – A Case Study,” AACE Del Val Section Webinar, June 2021.
Roadway Resurfacing Project – Project Engineer for a $3.0 million project at various locations in the City of Elizabeth. The project consisted of milling and resurfacing, replacement of deteriorated concrete and slate curb; spot roadway base repairs; replacement of any deteriorated manhole or monument box casings; construction of public sidewalk curb ramps where none existed or impair roadway curb line drainage and retrofitting of existing curb ramps with Hanover ADA pavers where no curb ramp delineation existed. Also included restoration of existing roadway striping; beam guide rail and Mill milling and paving construction was performed at night. The total project length was 22,000 linear feet. Responsibilities included the inspection of Maintenance and Protection of Traffic during each work shift, coordination with the City of Elizabeth Police Department, maintaining site cleanliness, completing daily work reports including quantities and a detailed description of the work performed, and daily coordination with the Contractor.
Bridge Replacement Project – Project Engineer for a $2.7 million bridge replacement project. The project consisted of 14″ diameter cast-in-place concrete piles, construction of two retaining walls, utility relocations, including electric and water, milling and paving, and drainage upgrades. Responsibilities included daily inspection of construction activities, preparation of daily inspections reports; compiling agendas and meeting minutes for bi-weekly status meetings.