Eduardo A. Nazario
Eduardo is a Managing Director in Orlando where he has over 14 years of experience providing risk analysis/assessment, project controls, field engineering, project management, and scheduling services for large pharmaceutical, transportation, infrastructure, and private mixed-use building projects. He is proficient using Primavera (P6.2), Primavera E nterprise (P3e), Primavera Project Planner (P3) and PrimeContract. His extensive project controls experience includes preparing and updating construction schedules and planning, coordinating, and executing construction activities with subcontractors. Eduardo has also prepared construction estimates and project cost budgets; maintained project costs; evaluated and approved change order certifications; reviewed monthly reports, construction progress, S-curves, manpower loading, and RFIs.
Eduardo has been providing his expertise in planning, executing, and maintaining schedule, cost, and risk on time and cost sensitive capital projects with clients such as PSE&G, MassDOT, and Johnson & Johnson for several years. His responsibilities have included managing all schedule, cost, and progress reporting for a project. He developed a summary schedule for the risk ranging session, performed individual interviews with relevant project stakeholders, conducted an interactive team ranging session, performed a statistical Monte Carlo risk analysis using the results of the project schedule ranging session, and presented risk analysis findings in the final report. Eduardo also supervised the development of the schedules provided by the designer, CM, commissioning, and qualification firms, and was responsible for the integration of the aforementioned schedules into unified project schedules.
Eduardo graduated with a BS in Civil Engineering from Purdue University.
Eduardo is a current member of the Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineers (AACEI), Associated General Contractors (AGC), Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), Project Management Institute (PMI), International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineers (ISPE), and the College of Engineers and Surveyors of Puerto Rico.