Dr. Gui is recognized as one of our nation’s foremost planning and scheduling subject matter experts. His broad professional experience includes executive and senior roles as investor’s developer, program manager, construction manager and EPC contractor planner/scheduler.

Dr. Gui has continually pioneered innovations in project management throughout his career at PMA. He has written widely on the use of CPM in construction contracts as well as on schedule, delay, and acceleration analysis. His recent work with the Graphical Path Method (GPM®) is revolutionizing planning and scheduling at a level not seen since the advent of critical path methods.

As founder and CEO of PMA, Dr. Gui is based in the Detroit global headquarters. His diversified project portfolio includes power generation, petrochemical, oil and gas, water, wastewater and CSO, and transportation projects, as well as real estate development, resorts and hotels, and corporate headquarters, with a cumulative value of over $85 billion.

Core Traits of a Reliable Schedule

As the primary author of the Core Traits of a Reliable Schedule, Dr. Gui endeavors to codify the essential elements of a reliable schedule into a comprehensive protocol. Core Traits of a Reliable Schedule contemplates CPM and GPM schedules and further highlights that a comprehensive, credible, well-constructed, and controlled (seen as the four corners of a reliable schedule) schedule captures the notion of a great schedule. This work is a must-read/must-have for any professional aspiring to great schedules.

Construction Claims

Dr. Gui is a project management inventor (patents pending), most notably of the Graphical Path Method (GPM®), a new millennium alternative to the critical path method (CPM). He has written numerous papers and recently authored and published the Guide to the Forensic Scheduling Body of Knowledge. Dr. Gui has been admitted as an expert in construction management, project management, standard of care, contracting, cost/schedule analysis, and forensic scheduling in federal and state courts, before AAA and ICC panels, and administrative boards.

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