Bringing challenging projects online.
PMA is proud to be an approved supplier on the GSA Multiple Award Professional Services Schedule (PSS) for Special Item Numbers (SIN) 871-7, Construction Management and Engineering Consulting Services Related to Real Property, and 874-7, Integrated Business Program Support Services. As an approved supplier, PMA can capably provide services in all phases of program or project management, from planning to closeout, as well as operational and administrative business support services to carry out and successfully complete your program objectives.
Our experts assist you in bringing challenging projects online, on time, and under budget within extremely aggressive time frames.
Gary has expertise in construction and project management on major projects nationwide ranging in value up to $14 billion. His experience includes managing contractors and subcontractors; cost and schedule control; contract and subcontract administration; contract drafting; project procedures; claims avoidance programs, procedures, and reviews; field engineering and inspection; monitoring project progress; project audits; construction and project management; and project closeout. He has particular expertise in changes and claims analysis; in large, complex claims and changes resolution; complex negotiation; and dispute resolution (arbitration, mediation, and dispute review boards).Learn more…
John has extensive experience in complex project and contract management for major transportation, airport, water/wastewater, process, power, architectural, and infrastructure projects with a cumulative value of more than $25 billion. He is currently involved with schedule and cost management and analysis on several large, complex architectural and engineering construction projects with contract values ranging from $5 to $400 million. He has expertise in scheduling; change order and claims management and avoidance; analysis and expert testimony; and document control and project management systems on a number of public and private sector projects, including several design-build projects. Learn more…
The $159 million 23-story, 784,000-GSF John W. McCormack Post Office and Courthouse is a certified LEED Gold historic landmark built between 1931 and 1933 in the Boston Financial District that underwent a full-gut renovation in the mid 2000s. The construction contract, awarded by the General Services Administration (GSA) in September 2006 in the amount of $136,153,455, entailed preserving historic art-deco features while modernizing existing facilities to 21st-century standards. Upon tenant occupation of the facility in late 2009, the contractor submitted claims for delay, inefficiency, and disruption, as well as for hundreds of unresolved (denied) issues to GSA toward the end of construction. The parties were unable to reach mutual agreement; GSA asserted entitlement to recover sums for credits on allowances, deleted items, and defective work. Learn more…
Stakeholders responsible for delivering a project should be entitled to a great—not just a good—schedule, a schedule that is authored, understood, and followed by key stakeholders. This ideology has given rise to a new protocol, Core Traits of a Reliable Schedule.
Guide to the Forensic Scheduling Body of Knowledge
Portfolio Scheduling – How to Achieve Success and What Does Success Look Like
Essential Computer Algorithms for Construction Management
Use of Project Controls on Mega-Projects to Minimize Disputes
Cost and Schedule Control at the Enterprise Level
NetPoint’s visual interface transforms planning and scheduling into one seamless process that fosters collaboration among all stakeholders. With applications from capital planning to schedule issue resolution, NetPoint makes the schedule an integrated and valued asset to your entire team and leads to improved team and project performance.