Guild of Project Controls: Compendium | Roles | Assessment | Certifications | Membership

Washington (NA.US.WA)

Consultancy Project Controls Engineer, AECOM, Commercial, Highway, Industrial, Residential, Transit, tunnel and airport construction

START Date: 
March, 1999
  • Sound Transit Central Link Light Rail, Beacon Hill Tunnel, Seattle, WA ($310 million) Served as Scheduler on the construction of a twin bore 21’ diameter, one-mile long light rail tunnel, associated trackwork and two transit stations. Reviewed and approved contractor CPM Schedule baseline and update submittals for completeness, accuracy and contract compliance. Prepared critical construction progress trend and status reports, responded to contractor delay claims, prepared Time Impact Analysis and as-built schedules. Prepared cost estimates for change orders.
Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
18000
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
6000
Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
8000

Senior Designer, Skidmore Owings Merrill, Various

START Date: 
February, 1977
END Date: 
May, 1982

John worked on various architecture works and general planning activities.

Associate, Hudson Creyke Khoeler and Tacke, Various

START Date: 
June, 1982
END Date: 
January, 1985

John worked as an Attorney on various construction related matters

Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
4500

Executive Consultant, Hill International, Various

START Date: 
February, 1985
END Date: 
December, 1991

Executive Consultant for this nationally known construction claims consulting firm.

Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
11000

Senior Vice President, Warner Construction Consultants, New Census Headquarters

START Date: 
January, 1995
END Date: 
December, 2007

Mr. Livengood assisted the design-build team in monitoring progress and assisting in negotiating claim resolution for such items as steel price differential, differing site conditions and design changes. The LEED® building was eventually completed in a close working relationship with the GSA.

Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
22000

Engineer / Project Engineer, Peter Kiewit Sons, Major heavy civil Power, Transportation and Water Treatment Plantes

START Date: 
June, 1979
END Date: 
April, 1986

Engineer / Project Engineer on major heavy civil Power, Transportation and Water Treatment Projects in the Western Uniter States

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
2000
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
2550
Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
100

Shashi Sawhney

First Name: 
Shashi
Last Name: 
Sawhney

Shashi has practiced IT consulting for 25 plus years including 18 years of Global Oracle E-Business Consulting practice within multicultural groups. He has worked with leading consulting organizations - including Oracle Consulting and held senior Consulting positions in India, Kuwait, U.A.E, New Zealand, Australia and USA.

Professional Since: 
May-1972 (48.8 yrs experience)
Years Experience: 
0

Jacqueline Chen

First Name: 
Jacqueline
Last Name: 
Chen
Professional Since: 
Jan-2012 (9.2 yrs experience)
Years Experience: 
0

Ken Sparks

First Name: 
Ken
Last Name: 
Sparks
Professional Since: 
Jun-1996 (24.7 yrs experience)
Oldest experience: 
Feb 2007 (14.1 yrs experience, WARNING: 10.6 years variance with Professional Since)
Years Experience: 
3

T R

First Name: 
T
Last Name: 
R
Professional Since: 
Jun-2004 (16.7 yrs experience)
Oldest experience: 
Jul 2009 (11.6 yrs experience, WARNING: 5.1 years variance with Professional Since)
Years Experience: 
1

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