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"Asked to Step in and Lead a Project Gone Bad? – A Case History that may help you not only Survive, but Succeed”
This presentation is a case history of a planned 4-year, $130 million construction project that was into its tenth year of construction. The client was under a court order to complete the work by a specific date or face multi-million dollar fines. The relationships between the four prime contractors; the Client’s operations, project management and construction management teams; and designers had turned toxic. Progress had slowed to a crawl with construction forecasted to continue for another 4 years; at least 2 years later than the court order consent decree date. CH2M HILL was asked to step in and support the client to drive the project to a completion status that satisfied the courts, brought some sense of cooperation amongst all the players, and avoided potential litigation from the environmental community.
Mike Tovar is a Sr. Project Manager with CH2M HILL, a global engineering and construction company. Mike’s career of 30+ years has been primarily in the delivery of public infrastructure projects such as hydropower generation, water & wastewater facilities, and industrial facilities.Read More
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