Solid background in program and project management, with strong emphasis in cost, schedule and value management. Consistently provides program management developing and implementing policies and practices increasing the probability of within scope/within schedule and within budget project delivery across PBS.
Authoritative knowledge of the many practices of project planning and project controls, including 1) cost planning and estimating, 2) cost, schedule, value and risk management, 3) Construction market influences, and 4) Integrated cost engineering applied to the diverse cross section of PBS.
Serve as the trusted advisor for cost, value and schedule management services across General Services Administration (GSA) organizations and the U.S Office of Management and Budget
Coordinates with groups inside and outside GSA on integrated cost engineering / cost management / value management and building economics efforts, including AGC, CSI, CII, NIBS, ASTM, AACEi, SAVE, Intl and others.
Introduced Senior-Level Undergraduates to the principles and methodologies of Value Engineering, following the “Six-Step” processed as published by the Society of American Value Engineers. This course provided a working knowledge of the principles and methodology of value engineering and building economic analysis concepts as applied in the design and construction development process of buildings; and an examination of future values and worth criteria affecting building design, construction, furnishings, and operations performance.
Introduce 3rd year Undergraduate College Students to the concepts of cost management and the relationship cost management has with other project management disciplines. Course syllabus covered 1) Introduction to Estimating, 2) Specifications, 3) Contract Documents and Contract Types, 4) Plan Reading, 5) The Estimate – Structure, Purpose and Methods of Organization, 6) Construction Operation Costs, 7) Quantity Take Off Process – By Discipline and all associated fundamentals of building cost estimates, including system-based
Have provided a variety of internal training to other GSA Associates on Cost, Schedule and Value Management Practices
Includes, but not limited to:
• Prototype Construction Market Impact Tool
• Variety of Building Type and Functional Space Type Unit Cost Studies
• Sustainability Requirements Unit Cost Study
• National Cost Management Toolbox – A PBS Specific Salesforce Application – Requirements Definition and Development
• PBS P120 – Cost and Schedule Management Policy
• Cost Management Quality Assurance Procedures and Best Practices – April 2016
• Professional Services Fee Estimating Methodology for PBS Design and Construction – March 2016
• ASTM Standard 3035-15 – Facility Asset Component Tracking System (FACTS) – October 2015
• Requirements Assessment and Development Study, Computer Application Needs for PBS Cost Management Program – 2013
• White Paper - The Establishment of Nomenclature Standards for the PBS National CMMS System – 2012
• Project Cost Planning Guide - 2012
• White Paper - Understanding Estimating Parameters for Budgeting Federal Buildings – An AACEi Conference Presentation - 2010
• CII Report – Value Management Toolkit – 2001-2003
• White Paper – Benchmarking Process of GSA Construction Projects and How to Improve the Process 1996
• CCP – Certified Cost Professional – AACE Certification
• CEP – Certified Estimating Professional – AACE Certification
• PSP – Planning and Scheduling Professional – AACE Certification
• COR – FAC Level II COR Certification
• FAC PPM – Level III Certification
• Recognized as Trusted Advisor in Central Office and across GSA and other agencies
• Recognized as a national leader in cost and value management initiatives
• Numerous service awards received from customers
• Numerous Superior Performance awards
• Exceptional Performance Rating
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