Keeping Projects on Track
August 05, 2020
Bruce Stephan presents how NetPoint and NetRisk have helped large public transit agencies like FTA, NY MTA and LA Metro identify schedule risks and secure on-time completion of multi-billion-dollar projects. From the 7 Line Extension and $4.5B Second Ave Subway phase 1 in New York, to LA Metro’s $1.2B Crenshaw LAX and BART’s $3.5B Transbay Corridor Core Capacity projects in California, NetPoint has played an important role in project success. This session will describe each project’s challenges and explain how NetPoint was able to help resolve the issue.
The leader of PMA’s Pacific business unit, Bruce is a nationally recognized licensed civil engineer with extensive experience on complex medium, large, and mega engineering and construction projects. His distinguished career spans public service, general contracting, and consulting nationally and internationally, and he remains actively involved in managing mega construction programs. His award-winning experience includes design-build, integrated project delivery, CM/GC, and CM at-risk delivery methods; dispute resolution; complex change order negotiations; claims analysis; schedule management; technology solutions; and management consulting on public capital improvement programs. He is a frequent lecturer on improving project delivery, and he has consulted with numerous public agencies to implement industry best practices.