Ed has extensive experience providing owner’s project manager and owner’s representative services, as well as claims analysis, project audits, and contract administration on public projects valued from several million to billions of dollars. His expertise includes analyzing and negotiating complex changes and claims, advising on contract management issues, and performing cost/benefit analyses to justify project decisions and funding. In addition to his experience at PMA, he served five years as a lieutenant with the U.S. Navy’s Civil Engineer Corps where he administered contracts valued at more than $40 million.
Located in the heart of Manhattan’s Herald Square, the PMA New York office is just a short walk to a few of the city’s most famous attractions. The building is located next to all major subway lines and the staff at 1350 Broadway are invited to watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade each year from the office windows. In the “city that never sleeps,” PMA New York began its professional journey in 1997 with a major transportation agency and grew substantially the following year when staff began providing services to a major port authority.
The PMA New York culture values diversity, inclusion, innovation, and collaboration. Professionals in this regional office come from many backgrounds and work continuously and collaboratively to provide innovative solutions to complex client problems. For the past 21 years, PMA New York has built a reputation as trusted advisors and provides the very best in scheduling, cost, risk, and claims management services for clients in transportation, utilities, water, pharmaceutical, and various other sectors.
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- Best Practices in Project Controls
- Core Traits of a Reliable Schedule
- Delivering a Reliable Project Schedule
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