Presented By: Seth A. Danquah, CCP, PMP, President and Owner of Danquah Group LLC
Seth Danquah has over 20 years’ experience in the construction industry. During the course of his career, Mr. Danquah has worked on numerous projects in healthcare, education, aviation, laboratories, courthouses, commercial offices, and other public buildings. He is skilled in developing estimates from project conception to completion and has worked on projects ranging from $10 million to over $ billions in capital improvement programs. His areas of expertise include project cost management, risk management, project controls and economic evaluation of capital programs. He is a Certified Cost Professional (CCP) from the Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering International (AACE International) and a Certified Project Management Professional (PMP) from the Project Management Institute (PMI) Some of the projects that Mr. Danquah has worked on include the Sacramento International Airport, and the California High Speed Rail. He has provided estimate reviews on numerous FTA funded transit programs.
Public agencies, program managers, and those engaged in developing and managing such capital projects are aware of the challenges in delivering large capital programs. Cost overruns, delays, have been a major concern for owners, management teams, contractors, and stakeholders.
Thus, when a project is delivered within budget and time, it is important we understand the factors that contributed to its success. The Sacramento International Airport Capital Improvement Program under Big Build was delivered $65 million under budget and 4 months ahead of Schedule.
What accounted for the success of the Big-Build?
Seth Danquah, a lead estimator on the project will share with you about the role of communication and partnering and other factors that accounted for the success of the Sacramento international Airport.