About Margaret FULENWIDER
Margaret Fulenwider has over 25 years of experience advising owners, architects, engineers, contractors, insurers, and counsel on a wide range of projects in public and private global sectors, including mass-transit, rail, airport, nuclear, highway, bridge, tunnel, power plant, process plant, oil production, wastewater, and also major commercial projects such as sports and entertainment arenas, museums, hotels, resorts, hospitals, residential, manufacturing, and mixed-use facilities. Additionally, she has worked on municipal and government facilities, including offices, courthouses, and libraries.
Margaret's expertise includes program/project development; strategic and risk mitigation planning;
management and organizational reviews; performance assessments; compliance audits; program schedule assessments; cost and schedule controls; owner's representative services; proprietary project controls and program management oversight systems; resolution of contract disputes; change order and claim reviews; schedule impact and productivity analysis; design errors and omissions assessments; litigation support; and alternative dispute resolution and negotiation support. Her contributions help produce on-target, cost effective, and intelligent infrastructure solutions.
10+ YEARS WITH FIRM | 25+ YEARS IN INDUSTRY
Margaret FULENWIDER is a Senior Manager at SOCOTEC and has held various other positions within the organization since 2004. Prior to her current position, Ms. FULENWIDER was a Principal at Helmes & Co., formerly Veritas Advisory Group which was acquired by SOCOTEC in 2019. Ms. FULENWIDER was previously employed at CRA International.
- Master of Science, Construction Management – Massachusetts Institute of Technology – 2002
- Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering – Tufts University – 1995
- “Dynamic Planning and Control for Large-Scale Infrastructure Projects: Route 3N as a Case Study,” Master Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2002.
- “Dynamic Scheduling: Developing ‘Rules of Engagement’ That Help Prevent Disputes,” 1999 Wiley Construction Law Update, Aspen Law & Business, 1999.
- “Operational Labor Productivity Model,” 2004 International System Dynamics Society Conference, Oxford University, Keble, England, July 21, 2004.
- Project Advisory
- Dispute Resolution
- Claims Evaluation & Preparation
- Project & Program Management
- Risk Analysis & Mitigation
- Project Performance Assessment
- Audits & Compliance
- Project Controls
- Schedule Review & Analysis
- Productivity Analysis
- Changer Order Management & Analysis
- Construction Defects, Errors & Omissions
- Contract Review & Negotiation