Howard Colburn, Partial List Critical Path Management Projects

 

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Critical Path Scheduling has been the foundation for the construction management programs that have been instrumental in getting difficult projects proceeding in an orderly fashion to completion. I am experienced in Primavera (P3) , Microsoft Project 98 and Super Project and have used these programs extensively to produce budgets, cash flows, construction and processing sequences for most of the projects under my management.

 

  • Port of Long Beach, Pier A Remediation ( Commercial Contractors, Inc)

$35 million Remediation, Utility  and Grading Improvements

 

  • Port of Long Beach, Pier A Remediation ( Commercial Contractors, Inc)

$35 million Remediation, Utility  and Grading Improvements

 

 

  • State of California, Department of Corrections, Lancaster Prison Offsite Sewer Outfall (Albert W Davies, Inc)

 $ 4 Million Sewer Outfall to Prison Facility

 

  • Riverside County Waste Management, Tequesquite Landfill (Godot Enterprises, Inc.)

$ 15 Million Landfill Expansion

 

  • Riverside County Waste Management, Badlands Landfill (Godot Enterprises, Inc)

$ 12 Million Landfill Expansion

 

  • Riverside County, Winchester Road (SR 71) from I15 to Nicholas Road (Godot Enterprises, Inc.)

$ 3 Million Road Improvements and Utilities

 

  • San Bernardino County Flood Control District, Etiwanda and San Sevaine Flood Control Channel, Victoria Basin to Foothill Boulevard (DB Fontana Partnership)

$8 Million Flood Control Facilities

 

  • Riverside County, Winchester Road (SR 71 north) Winchester Road from Nicolas Road to Boral Road (County of Riverside)

$ 5 Million Road and Utility Improvements

 

  • Los Angeles County, Playa Vista Construction Sequencing, (Playa Capital, LLC)

$ 500 Million Infrastructure and Land Development