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CAREER OVERVIEW

Murray Woolf, PMP, is president of the International Center for Scheduling, Inc, which he founded in 2006 as his response to the number of challenges facing the Scheduling Practice in the United States and globally. ICS-Global, through its numerous divisions, once fully operational, will be the largest for-profit construction scheduling organization in the world, offering scheduling, training, research, consulting, recruitment, and other essential services.

Murray has more than 38 years of hands-on experience in project controls, project management, training, consulting, and dispute resolution, virtually all within the construction industry.

Across his career, he has provided planning and scheduling services on more than 175 projects worldwide, with combined value estimated at around $28 billion.

Murray is the inventor of numerous scheduling and project management innovations, including Momentum Management, Dilemma Forecasting, Dominant Paths, Network Reverse Pass Calculation, Proiect Facilitation, Project Navigation, Cognitive Project Management, Performance Intensity, Discrete Activity Float, Schedule Resiliency, Schedule Vulnerability, and many more.

Murray is a frequent and popular speaker on scheduling topics. He ranked #3 out of 101 presenters at AACEI’s 2007 conference in Nashville, and was the Keynote Speaker at the College of Scheduling’s 3rd Annual Conference in Orlando, in 2006.

Murray served as a member of the board of directors of the PMI College of Scheduling, and served three years as the founding Managing Director of the College’s Scheduling Excellence Initiative, and later as a vice president of the College.

Murray is the author of McGraw-Hill’s best-selling construction scheduling book, Faster Construction Projects with CPM Scheduling, second only to "CPM in Construction Management," by James J. O'Brien and Fred Plotnick. Mr. O'Brien also wrote the Foreword to Murray's seminal work.

Murray's second text is, CPM Mechanics, is setting sales records, no doubt because it is written in an easy-to-follow conversational style, and with the construction project manager or field superintendent in mind. The book assumes no prior understanding of construction scheduling, or the Critical Path Method. CPM Mechanics is the first book in the ICS-Compendium series. It is also the primary text for the foundation course by the same name, offered through the ICS-Institute.

 

PEER COMMENTS ABOUT MURRAY

Mike Mosley, Committee Chair for Update Project, Project Management Institute
Program Manager, Zachry Nuclear, Inc.

I have know and worked with Murray for over seven years, including in 2004 when his expertise and determination lead the PMI College of Scheduling's Scheduling Excellence Initiative (SEI). SEI's influence has extended well beyond planning/scheduling application best practices and guidelines alone. It is still making significant contributions toward the future - with better planning/scheduling software, planning/scheduling training programs, and a "think tank" incubator for future planning/scheduling technologies and methodologies. Murray is a leader, an author, and an entrepreneur. A formitable advocate for scheduling expertise and good practices. I am proud to know him.

Chris Carson , Corporate Director of Project Controls, Alpha Corporation
I had the pleasure of meeting and working with Murray in the PMI College of Scheduling on the Scheduling Excellence Initiative project writing Best Practices and Guidelines for Scheduling and Schedule Impact Analysis. Murray developed the original concept, provided direction for the full SEI program and guided a number of us in the planning of the projects. I was amazed at the depth and expanse of Murray's knowledge and experience in scheduling and analysis, and where we are now in the SEI projects is based on his foundation. Murray and I have become friends, mostly due to the respect that I have developed for him, and I highly recommend Murray as one of the most knowledgeable scheduling professionals in the industry. He has some advanced approaches to scheduling that few other schedulers have imagined, let alone put into practice. Murray's dedication, coupled with his experience and knowledge, place him in a leadership role for the scheduling industry.

Phil Apprill, President, Apprill & Associates
Murray Woolf is the consummate scheduling professional. He has complete command of the planning and scheduling process, he is widely experienced in construction methodology and he has expert knowledge of software implementation. I felt completely comfortable handing an assignment to Murray and going on to other business knowing that he would more than deliver the services needed

Glen Palmer, President, GR Palmer Consulting Services
Murray Woolf is one the most knowledgeable planning and scheduling people that I know. I would strongly endorse Murray to anyone looking for assistance in that field

Paul Levin, Founder/Publisher, Construction Claims Monthly
Murrary is the schedule intellectual of our generation and a leader in the movement to improve performance and professionalism in scheduling. Murray is wholeheartedly recommended to deal with the analysis and solution of complex schedule situations

David Kaiser , President, Schedule Associates
Murray stands alone among all of the professional project managers and schedulers that I have worked with in my 20+ years in the industry. He's an expert in the history of scheduling, scheduling best practices, and real world application of scheduling techniques, but more impressively, he is willing to question the current way of doing business, including his own methods, in order to further the industry and better satisfy customers. I worked with Murray in the early days of the formation of a professional scheduling organization which was assembled in part to develop standards for scheduling. It was a difficult process, that of herding cats, in which we were going off in all directions and the ultimate deliverable was ambiguously defined at best. Murray provided tireless leadership, energy and passion to ultimately establish the group and a process for working as a group which ultimately got us on the path to the desired deliverables. Just two weeks ago I was asked to recommend a quality book on scheduling practices. I suggested Murray's "Faster Construction Projects with CPM Scheduling," even though the requestor doesn't work in construction. It's the book I turn to when I want to know the "right" way to assemble and manage a schedule as well as the reasoning behind that practice. It also provides a candid look at the weaknesses of our current processes and recommendations for an improved path forward. Leadership, expertise, passion. If those are the attributes you're looking for in a scheduling professional I can't recommend Murray highly enough.”

Dr. David Hulett , President, Hulett & Associates
Murray has led the ambitious program in the PMI College of Scheduling to catalogue and describe best practice scheduling. He is a thoughtful and complete scheduler and leader. His analyses of some of the problems encountered in an organization have been helpful in moving the projects forward.

 

 
QUALIFICATIONS SUMMARY
By Discipline
Project Management
Project Control Systems
Contracts Administration
Change Orders
Claims & Dispute Resolution
Financial Reporting

Planning
Scheduling
Cost Control & Accounting
Training
Procurement & Expediting
Proposal Writing
Business Development

 

Technical Writing
Estimating
Accounting
Automation
Managerial Reporting
Supervision
 
By Project Type


Automotive
Manufacturing
Petrochemical
Pharmaceuticals
Process Plants
Transportation
Clean Rooms
High Tech
Military/Defense
Research
Shipbuilding
Tunneling
     
PROJECT EXPERIENCE
 
Office Buildings and Skyscraper Projects (Back to Top)

Apex Oil Office Tower: Provided feasibility analysis, design reviews, master planning and budgeting services on this $60 million, 38-story skyscraper. Located in Clayton, Missouri this project used helicopters to set critical structural transfer beams.

BRAC North/South Centers Project: Provided delay, loss of productivity, and quantum analyses on this $80 million, new construction project located in Patuxent, Maryland. The project included a pair of four-story office buildings for the US Navy, as part of the Base Re-Alignment and Closure (BRAC) initiative and located on the Naval Air Warfare Center.

Burger King World Headquarters: Provided review of contractor’s schedule, submitted in support of sweeping change order request for equitable adjustment. Analysis included delay, loss of productivity, and quantum analysis. The $45 million, new construction project was located in Miami Shores, Florida.

CIA Operations Facility: Provided master planning, scheduling, budgeting, and monthly monitoring services on this $17 million new construction project at Beltsville, Maryland. The project was a classified fast-track office/research facility.

McDonnell-Douglas Automation World Headquarters: Provided planning, scheduling, budgeting, on-site monitoring, estimating, and field engineering services on this 72-acre, seven-building office campus. At the time, this new construction, built at Sr. Louis, Missouri, contained the world’s largest continuous computer floor, home to Pentagon military computers.

Monsanto World Headquarters: Provided master planning, budgeting, and feasibility study services on this $200 million, seven-building campus at St. Louis, Missouri.

Municipal Office Building: Provided master planning and budgeting services in conjunction with the design of this $35 million new construction project to be built in a dangerous part of the District of Columbia.

Saturn Corporate Headquarters: Provided scheduling, budgeting, monthly monitoring, and claims analysis services on this $120 million, three-story, 250,000 square foot office building. The structure was on the grounds of the adjacent Saturn automobile manufacturing plant at Spring Hill, Tennessee.

Southwest Bell Telephone Skyscraper: Provided master planning and budgeting services in conjunction with the design of this 42-story, $144 million new construction project in downtown St. Louis, Missouri.

Truman State Office Building: Provided master planning, scheduling, budgeting, and monthly monitoring services in conjunction with the construction of this $43 million ten-story office building in downtown Jefferson City, Missouri. The project was made more difficult by major utility lines, supplying the Capitol, dissecting the site.

Washington Suburban Sanitation Commission: Provided scheduling, monthly monitoring, claims defense, and project management services on this $62 million, fourteen-story new construction project Laurel, Maryland.


Library Projects (Back to Top)

Ft. McNair War Library: Provided planning, scheduling, budgeting, financial and management reporting services. This $27 million project, part of the War College and involving sophisticated shelving and retrieval system, is located in Washington DC.

Phoenix Library: Provided schedule analysis in conjunction with City of Phoenix’s delay claim against contractor.  This was an award-winning $120 million, seven-story library, written up in Engineering News-Record, and located at Phoenix, Arizona.

University of Southern Mississippi: Provided scheduling services on this $12 million new construction project at Hattiesburg, Mississippi. The project included a library, one of five campus structures built over a three-year period.

Correctional Facilities (Back to Top)

Arlington County Detention Facility: Provided damage and schedule analysis on behalf of the City of Arlington, Virginia on this $32 million, 14-story new construction project.

Folsom State Prison System: Provided master planning, budgeting, and estimating services on this $21 million project, located at five sites across the State of California. Was retained to perform feasibility analyses, including use of inmate work force; precast panels to meet security threshold.

Missouri Medium Security Prison: Provided master planning and scheduling services on this $2 million new construction project at Pacific, Missouri. The project included a 36-unit addition with an advanced electronic surveillance system.

Richmond County Correctional Facility: Provided master planning and budgeting services on this $27 million medium security prison at Augusta, Georgia. This was new construction.

Telecommunications Projects (Back to Top)
Teledesic: Led a team in development of state-of-the-art Project Control Systems processes and tools in support of $14 billion aerospace/telecommunications project. The program was at the time the world’s most ambitious global satellite project, and the largest privately funded program ever undertaken.
Utility, Wastewater Treatment, Power and Process Projects (Back to Top)

Benning Station Power Plant: Provided scheduling, budgeting, financial and management reporting on this Washington DC facility, supplying power to the White House, the Capitol, along with all other District occupants. The $8 million project involved routine maintenance and Clean Air Act renovations, on this three unit, coal and oil-burning power generation plant.

Buzzard Point Power Plant: Provided scheduling, budgeting, financial and management reporting on this Washington DC facility. The $10 million project involved routine maintenance and Clean Air Act renovations, on this six- unit, 1-% sulfur-burning power generation plant. Station has been in continuous operation since 1933.

Chalk Point Power Plant: Provided scheduling, budgeting, financial and management reporting on this southern Maryland facility. The $26 million project involved routine maintenance and Clean Air Act renovations, on this three-unit, coal- and oil-burning power generation plant. The project was located in Prince George City, Maryland.

Dickerson Power Plant: Provided scheduling, budgeting, financial and management reporting on this Montgomery County, Maryland facility. The $13 million project involved routine maintenance and Clean Air Act renovations, on this three-unit, coal-burning power generation plant.

Easterly Effluent Disposal System: Provided planning, scheduling, budgeting, and financial/management reporting services on this $3 million project. This new construction project involved sewage lines beneath the streets of Orlando, Florida.

Herscher Facility: Provided analysis and testimony in defense of a delay claim brought against the piping contractor on a natural gas field in Herscher, Illinois. This was a $2 million project. Operator’s strike two-weeks before the end of the project caused residual weather-related delays.

Highbridge Combined Cycle Project: Provided scheduling services on this $125M Minnesota facility. The project was for the installation of steam and combustion turbines for Xcel Energy at St. Paul, Minnesota.

Milwaukee Water Pollution Abatement Program: Provided analysis of contractor’s as-planned and as-built schedules in defense of City of Milwaukee in this $13 million underground tunnel project in which a worker was killed during a gas explosion.

Morgantown Power Plant: Provided scheduling, budgeting, financial and management reporting on this southern Maryland facility. The $32 million project involved routine maintenance and Clean Air Act renovations, on this mostly coal-burning power generation plant. The project was located in Charles County, Maryland.

Northeast Wastewater Treatment Plant: Provided master planning, scheduling, budgeting, and monthly monitoring services on this $5 million new construction, storm water pipeline project at Orange County, Florida.

Potomac River Power Plant: Provided scheduling, budgeting, financial and management reporting on this facility, located in Alexandria, Virginia. The $12 million project involved routine maintenance and Clean Air Act renovations, on this five-unit, coal-burning power generation plant.

Rapid Infiltration Effluent Disposal: Provided master planning, scheduling, budgeting, monthly monitoring, and claims preparation services on this $12 million project located at Orange County, Florida. This new construction was the largest effluent disposal system in the world, spanning the equivalent of 102-football fields. The percolation sand traps covered 600 square miles.

Spindle Hill Power Plant: Provided scheduling services on this $38M Colorado facility. The project was a combined cycle greenfield project built under a fast-track schedule at Ft. Lupton, Colorado.

Highway and Bridge Projects (Back to Top)

Cumberland Gap Tunnel: Provided delay analysis on this $60 million, 2-mile highway tunnel through a mountain straddling the Tennessee-Kentucky state line. The tunnel was completed seven months late. Contractor claimed differing site conditions. The Department of Justice argued unconventional blasting methods.

Orlando Expressway Authority: Served as project administrator on this $38 million portion of the planned 102-mile new beltway around Orlando.

U.S. 50 West Highway: Provided claims analysis services on this $13 million four-lane highway construction project. new construction project at Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Reviewed & analyzed contractor’s claim for a time extension, incentive fees, and additional costs alleged to be the result of differing site conditions and owner-caused delays

Transit, Airport, and Transportation Projects (Back to Top)

City Main Bus Depot & Garage: Provided master planning and budgeting services on this $62 million project, located in St. Louis, Missouri, and the largest bus depot in the United States.

Dulles International Airport: Provided master planning and budgeting services on this $22 million project. The new construction project involved the international flights wing and baggage-handling system. The project was located in Fairfax County, Virginia.

Marin International Airport: Provided analysis of contractor’s claim on this $68 million, runway addition at San Juan, Puerto Rico..

Miami Light Rail: Provided analysis of contractor’s claim on this $31 million, new construction light rail system over the streets of Miami, Florida.

New York City Transit Authority: Designed and developed a project management training program which was taught to 350-NYCTA resident engineers over a six-month period. These resident engineers are responsible for $2 billion in annual renovation work across all of NYCTA’s subways.

Manufacturing/Research Projects (Back to Top)

Cold Neutron Research Facility: Provided master planning and budgeting services on this $7 million new construction project, located in Gaithersburg, Maryland. This was a clean room facility.

General Motors Manufacturing Plant: Provided master planning, budgeting, and project controls strategic planning for the $2 billion project, commissioned by Saddam Hussein and to be located in Baghdad, Iraq. Intended to duplicate Saturn plant of Tennessee. Project fell apart once reporter was shot in London, and Saddam Hussein’s true colors became apparent.

Glaxo Pharmaceuticals: Provided master planning, budgeting, and project controls strategic planning for this $1.8 billion project located at Stevenage, England. At the time, the largest pharmaceutical project in the world and the second largest construction project in Europe.

Motorola: Managed project controls department on $14 billion telecommunications project. This project, with functional departments in Arizona, Chicago, Corks, Ireland, and Taiwan, involved the design, manufacture and deployment of 106 communication satellites in geo-synchronous orbit.

Cogeneration Power Plant Project: Analysis of a $15 million claim involving delay and disruption on a cogeneration power plant project in Alaska. This project involved relational database development, schedule analysis, deposition transcript research, analysis of the causes of additional engineering, and schedule integrity appraisals.

Gas-Fired Power Plant Project: Analysis of a $45 million claim involving delays, change orders, and loss of productivity on a power plant project in Texas. This project involved relational database development, schedule analysis, and schedule integrity appraisals.

Pet Chemical Manufacturing Plant: Analysis of a $75 million claim for schedule delays and disruptions during the construction of two Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) plants in Argentina and The Netherlands. Developed a relational database, completed extensive contemporaneous documentation research for delay analysis, performed a CPM schedule analysis, and prepared an analysis of change order date, cost, and man-hour data.

Saturn Automobile Manufacturing Plant: Provided project controls development, claims management, and project management training services on this $2 billion state-of-the-art manufacturing plant. At the time, this was the largest privately funded project in the country. Employing 7,000 workers and using fast-track scheduling methods, it was completed ahead of schedule. The project was located at Spring Hill, Tennessee.

Commercial, Residential and Retail Projects (Back to Top)

Marriott Corporation: Served as Project Manager on a $1 million, 72-store new construction project in advance of the 1996 Summer Olympics, located Atlanta, Georgia’s Hartsfield International Airport. Stores constructed under this fast-tracked project included: Au Bon Pain Restaurant, Bath And Body Shops, Blues & Brews Tavern, Burger King (5 Units), Chick-Fil-A Restaurant, Chili’s Restaurant, Cinnabon Shops (4 Units), Disney Stores, Mandarin Express, Miami Subs, Pretzel Time (4 units), Red Brick Tavern, Samuel Adams Meeting House, Sbarros Pizza, Starbuck’s (5 units), TCBY Yogurt (4 units), Wilson’s Leather Goods.

Robertson Homes Corporation: Provided master planning, scheduling, estimating, budgeting, and project controls development services for this national residential home builder. The client had projects in 38-states. Worked with client to develop internal project control and project management systems for site selection, estimating, contract buy-out, scheduling, job costing, contracts, and turnover to Sales. Combined value of new construction estimated at $200 million. Home office is in Stockton, California.

Theme Parks, Performing Arts, Civic Center, and Museum Projects (Back to Top)

Burt Reynolds Theme Park: Provided feasibility studies in connection with contemplated $220 million theme park to be located in Sarasota, Florida. Special focus was given to master planning and budget preparation.

Hartford Civic Center: Oversaw claims administration on this $68 million lawsuit, following a roof collapse during a heavy winter snow storm.

Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts: Provided feasibility studies on schedule and budget, for the $12 million renovation of the facility’s famous Concert Hall.

Knoxville Sports Arena: Provided analysis of detailed as-planned and as-built schedules related to the new construction of a $23 million, 25,000-seat assembly center and arena at Knoxville, Tennessee. Claim involved contractor’s unapproved substitution of structural components, as well as completion costs incurred by the owner.

Smithsonian Institute: Provided expert opinion on the merits of the contractor’s schedule on this $17 million new construction project at the Museum of Natural History in Washington DC.

Military Projects (Back to Top)

Minehunter Class Navy Vessels: Provided in-depth analyses of shipbuilder’s $65 million request for equitable adjustment. Contractor alleged prior knowledge of impossibility of design, with respect to fixed hull volume, and increasing systems design requirements during construction. Construction took place at New Orleans, Louisiana.

Movable Missile Garrison: Provided master planning and budgeting services during the feasibility stage of this $34 million project, part of President Reagan’s Strategic Defense Initiative. The project involved a series of underground silos, connected by concealed rail lines, and supported a randomly relocating set of missiles. Columbus, Ohio.

Rocket Assembly Building: Provided master planning in conjunction with the design of this smaller version of the infamous Vehicle Assembly Building., valued at $27 million. The new construction project is located at Cape Canaveral, Florida.

Hospital, Medical Center, and Health Care Facilities (Back to Top)

Akron General Hospital: Provided planning and budgeting services on this $24 million combined renovation and new construction project. This Akron, Ohio project included three-story surgical care unit, patient tower; cafeteria; and morgue.

Alachua County Hospital: Provided planning, scheduling, financial and budgeting services on this $8 million new construction project. This Gainesville, Florida project delivered a Psychiatric Wing using fast-track project management.

Ball Memorial Hospital: Provided master planning and management reporting services on this $21 million, six-story hospital. Located in Muncie, Indiana, this new construction project was completed three months ahead of schedule.

Barnes Hospital: Provided master planning, budgeting, and scheduling services on this $5 million renovation construction project. Located in St. Louis, Missouri, this project involved East/West Pavilions, Underground Pedestrian and Utility Tunnels.

Bemidji Community Hospital: Provided master planning services on this $5 million, 89-bed hospital. This new construction project was located in Bemidji, Minnesota.

Emma L. Bixby Hospital: Provided master planning and budgeting services on this $5 million project. The renovation and new construction project required carefully orchestrated crew movements through a tight, in-fill area. The project was located in Adrian, Minnesota. been in continuous operation since 1933.

Carle Foundation Hospital: Provided master planning, budgeting, and scheduling services on this $25 million renovation and new construction project. Located in Champagne-Urbana, Illinois, this project involved a ten-story patient tower with a 45-foot wide, connecting bridge.

Children's Hospital: Provided master planning services on this $21 million project. The renovation and new construction project involved an 8-story patient tower, and emergency wing renovation, and was located in Birmingham, Alabama.

Conway Hospital: Provided master planning services on this $16 million project. The new construction project involved a 160-bed addition. The project, located in Conway, South Carolina, benefited from value engineering saving nearly $750,000 by substituting design features.

Dover General Hospital: Provided master planning and budgeting services on this $25 million project. The renovation and new construction project involved a surgical wing, emergency room addition, cafeteria and lobby, and patient wing, and was located in Dover, New Jersey.

East End Memorial Hospital: Provided master planning services on this $28 million project. The renovation and new construction project involved a new patient tower, doctor’s office building, and parking garage. It was located in Birmingham, Alabama.

Finley Hospital: Provided master planning and management reporting services on this $6 million project. The new construction project involved a new four-story addition, as well as various remodeling efforts. The project was located in Dubuque, Iowa.

Ft. Hamilton-Hughes Memorial Hospital: Provided master planning and management reporting services on this $22 million project. The new construction project involved a six-story addition with complex exterior cladding. The project was located in Hamilton, Ohio.

Glenwood Memorial Hospital: Provided master planning and budgeting services on this $10 million project. The new construction project involved a 98-bed patient tower addition. The project was located in West Monroe, Louisiana.

Hanover General Hospital: Provided master planning, scheduling, and budgeting services on this $12 million renovation and new construction project. The project, located at Hanover, Pennsylvania, involved replacement of the 90-year old "Nurse’s Hall."

Harrisburg Hospital: Provided planning, scheduling, and budgeting services on this $36 million renovation and new construction project at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The project included a new parking garage, surgical wing, and physical therapy addition.

Highlands Memorial Hospital: Provided planning, scheduling, and budgeting services on this $8 million renovation project at Sebring, Florida. The project included a six-story patient tower addition.

Holmes Regional Medical Center: Provided planning, scheduling, and budgeting services on this $18 million renovation project at Melbourne, Florida. The project was complicated by a series of domino-effect renovation phases.

Hurley Medical Center: Provided master planning services on this $18 million new construction project at Flint, Michigan. The project was made more difficult by extremely tight budgetary constraints.

Jackson County Memorial Hospital: Provided planning, and budgeting services on this $10 million new construction project at Altus, Oklahoma. The project includes improvements to the radiology department, and the addition of a pediatrics wing.

Kimball Medical Center: Provided planning, and scheduling services on this $25 million renovation and new construction project at Lakewood, New Jersey. The project included a new patient tower and med-evac pad.

Lakeview Medical Center: Provided planning, scheduling, budgeting, and monitoring services on this $18 million renovation and new construction project at Danville, Illinois. The project included an eight-story new addition, and renovations to the surgical wing.

Lawrence Memorial Hospital: Provided master planning and budgeting services on this $9 million new construction project at Lawrence, Kansas. The project included a 163-bed, four-story brick edifice, plus six operating rooms.

Lewistown Hospital: Provided planning, scheduling, budgeting, and monthly monitoring services on this $4 million renovation project at Lewistown, Pennsylvania. The project included a modest addition to its surgical capacity.

Memorial Hospital: Provided scheduling, budgeting, and project management services on this $12 million new construction and renovation project at Sarasota, Florida. Project features included an eleven-story tower and crossover pedestrian bridge.

Mercy Center for Health Care: Provided master planning services on this $10 million renovation and new construction project at Aurora, Illinois.

Methodist Medical Center: Provided master planning services on this $24 million renovation and new construction project at Peoria, Illinois.

Mt. Carmel General Hospital: Provided master planning and budgeting services in conjunction with the design of this $14 million new construction project to be built at Columbus, Ohio.

Munson Medical Center: Provided master planning and budgeting services in conjunction with the design of this $11 million new construction project to be built at Traverse City, Minnesota. The project included a five-story tower on a new site.

Newman Memorial County Hospital: Provided master planning and budgeting services in conjunction with the design of this $7 million renovation and new construction project to be built at Emporia, Kansas.

Norfolk General Hospital: Provided master planning services in conjunction with the design of this $17 million renovation and new construction project to be built at Norfolk, Virginia.

Orangeburg Regional Hospital: Provided master planning services in conjunction with the design of this $20 million new construction project to be built at Orangeburg, South Carolina.  The project entailed a 286-bed addition built on a new site.

Orlando Ambulatory Health Center: Provided master planning, scheduling, budgeting, and monthly monitoring services on this $3 million new construction project built at Orlando, Florida. The project was a lakeside, walk-in clinic.

Orlando Regional Medical Center: Provided master planning, scheduling, budgeting, and monthly monitoring services on this $19 million project at Orlando, Florida. The project included construction of new intensive care and cardiac care units, emergency room, and an additional 68-bed patient rooms.

Our Lady of Mercy Hospital: Provided master planning and budgeting services in conjunction with the design of this $12 million renovation and new construction project to be built at Dyer, Indiana. The chief component of the project was a seven-story Doctor’s Office building.

Perry Memorial Hospital: Provided master planning and budgeting services on this $3 million project at Princeton, Illinois. The project included new construction of four-story patient tower.

Phelps County Memorial Hospital: Provided planning, scheduling, budgeting, and monthly monitoring services on this $11 million renovation and new construction project at Rolla, Missouri. The challenge of this project was that the addition spanned the existing entrance to the emergency room.

Prucare Walk-In Clinic: Provided master planning, scheduling, budgeting, monthly monitoring, and project management services on this $5 million new construction project built at Maitland, Florida.

Putnam County Hospital: Provided master planning services on this $7 million new construction project at Greencastle, Indiana. The project included a four-story, 85-bed patient tower. California.

Robinson Memorial Hospital: Provided master planning and budgeting services in conjunction with the design of this $13 million new construction project to be built at Ravenna, Ohio. The project included a 325-bed patient tower addition.

Sacred Heart General Hospital: Provided master planning in conjunction with the design of this $19 million, renovation and new construction project to be built at Eugene, Oregon.

Samaritan Hospital: Provided master planning and budgeting services in conjunction with the design of this $5 million new construction project. The outstanding characteristic of this project was the site: an old railroad yard, breeding ground for differing site condition claims. The project was in Detroit, Michigan.

Sinai Hospital: Provided master planning and budgeting services in conjunction with the design of this $17 million new construction project. The project featured a suspended vehicular ramp, and built at Baltimore, Maryland.

St. Anthony's Hospital: Provided master planning services in conjunction with the design of this $20 million renovation and new construction project. The project was located at Amarillo, Texas.

St. Claire Hospital: Provided master planning, scheduling, and budgeting services on this $25 million renovation and new construction project at Denville, New Jersey. The project involved a nine-story patient tower, a psychiatric wing, an emergency room, and an administrative office building.

St. Elizabeth Medical Center: Provided master planning and budgeting services in conjunction with the design of this $19 million, two-story new construction project located at Granite City, Illinois.

St. John's Mercy Medical Center: Provided scheduling, budgeting, and project management services on this $12 million renovation and new construction project at Brentwood, Missouri. The project included a parking garage, emergency room, and eight-story patient tower, straddling the hospital main entrance.

St. John's Regional Health Center: Provided master planning and budgeting services on this $11 million renovation and new construction project at Springfield, Missouri. The project included a five-story patient tower and a physical therapy building.

St. Joseph's Hospital: Provided master planning services in conjunction with the design of this $20 million new construction project at St. Joseph, Missouri. The project featured a sprawling, 206-bed addition.

St. Vincent Hospital: Provided master planning services in conjunction with the design of this $21 million renovation and new construction project at Birmingham, Alabama. The project included a four-story patient tower.

Sutter Memorial Hospital: Provided master planning and budgeting services in conjunction with the design of this $54 million renovation project at Sacramento, California. Practically every department of this facility underwent renovations.

Tampa General Hospital: Provided master planning, scheduling, and budgeting services in conjunction with the design of this $200 million renovation and new construction project at Tampa, Florida. (I was born in this hospital). This complex project included major additions including a helicopter pad built out into harbor, as well as extremely tight site conditions. Barges were used to stage materials. The new tower encroached on the emergency room entrance. Also included new physical therapy and ten-story Physician buildings.

United Hospital: Provided planning, scheduling, budgeting, and monthly monitoring services on this $14 million renovation and new construction project at Grand Forks, North Dakota. The project included a six-story patient tower, and extension of underground pedestrian tunnels.

University Hospital: Provided master planning and budgeting services in conjunction with the design of this $18 million renovation and new construction project at Augusta, Georgia.

Veteran's Affairs Hospital-New Mexico: Provided master planning and budgeting services in conjunction with the design of this $75 million new construction project at Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Veteran's Affairs Hospital-Arkansas: Provided master planning and budgeting services in conjunction with the design of this $72 million new construction project at Little Rock, Arkansas. A unique optical illusion design made the six-story building appear smaller and more compatible with the residential neighborhood in which it stood.

Veteran's Affairs Hospital-North Little Rock: Provided master planning and budgeting services in conjunction with the design of this $52 million new construction project at North Little Rock, Arkansas.

Veteran's Affairs Medical Center: Provided schedule and quantum analyses, including delay and loss of productivity claims by the contractor, on this $250 million new construction project built at Houston, Texas. The claim, brought by the electrical contractor, alleged delay, disruption and production inefficiencies brought about by the owner.

Wayne County General Hospital: Provided planning, scheduling, budgeting, and monthly monitoring services on this $3 million renovation and new construction project at Honesdale, Pennsylvania. The project chiefly involved additions to radiology and urology.

Wuestoff Memorial Hospital: Provided planning, scheduling, budgeting, and monthly monitoring services on this $10 million renovation and new twelve-story construction project at Rockledge, Florida. The project chiefly involved additions to radiology and urology. The project was plagued by problems stemming from large coquina rock deposits, an untested inverted roof system, and several defaulting contractors.