Mark Nagata Featured in one of ENR’s Top 20 Under 40 Lists

March 29, 2013

We are very pleased to announce that Mark Nagata has been named one of ENR’s MidAtlantic Top 20 Under 40.

The selection was made from nominees who work at any level of the design or construction industry who have had an impact on the industry or their company and who exhibit qualities such as leadership, career progress, community involvement, and creating landmark projects for their region.

Independent juries of industry leaders from each of ENR’s 10 regional editions judged the nominees based on the candidate’s industry experience, leadership skills, and community service.

To read the entire article, please click [here.]

Nagata Top 20 Under 40

Excerpted from Engineering News-Record, March 25, 2013, copyright by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. with all rights reserved. This reprint implies no endorsement, either tacit or expressed, of any company, product, service, or investment opportunity.

John Crane to Present At Design-Build Transportation Conference

February 19, 2013

John Crane will be presenting “Planning and Scheduling for Success on Design-Build Transportation Projects” at the DBIA Transportation conference on March 19th in Orlando, FL.

He will be discussing his experiences providing scheduling on North Carolina’s Turnpike Program.

Ted Trauner will present at the Construction SuperConference 2012

December 11, 2012

The Construction SuperConference takes place December 12 through 14 at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, CA. Both Ted Trauner and Bill Manginelli will be in attendance. Please stop by our booth for a chat.

Ted’s session will take place on Friday, December 14, 2012, 9:15 a.m.–10:30 a.m.

Session E26: The Ethics and Effectiveness of the Expert Witness Presenters: Theodore J. Trauner, P.E., PP, Trauner Consulting Services, Inc. H. James Wulfsburg, Wulfsberg Reese Colvig & Firstman

This session will address the ethics that the expert should practice and that the attorney should expect. The session will also address how the expert in conjunction with the attorney can be most effective when testifying to include preparation and use of visual aids.

Session Objectives:

  • Be able to identify the ethical standards of a potential expert.
  • Be able to be truly prepared for testimony at trial or arbitration.
  • Learn how the expert can most effectively communicate to the judge, jury, or arbitrators.
  • Scott Lowe To Present A Valuable New Interactive Webinar

    December 11, 2012

    On Wednesday, December 19, 2012, TRAUNER’s Scott Lowe will team with WPL Publishing Co., Inc. to present the webinar “Weather Planning on Construction Projects: Addressing Delays and Time Extensions—Dealing With Sandy.” 

    For complete details, please click [here.]

    TRAUNER Involved In Another Award-Winning Project

    October 02, 2012

    North Carolina Turnpike Authority’s Triangle Expressway Turnpike Freeway Project is this year’s winner of the AASHTO President’s Transportation Award for Highways. The award recognizes individuals or teams who have performed exemplary service that benefits transportation regionally or nationally. 

    TRAUNER provided scheduling services for the project. You can read about our involvement [here].

    Mark Nagata, Brian Furniss, and Scott Lowe receive NHI Award

    October 02, 2012

    The National Highway Institute (NHI) has announced their award recipients for FY 2011, and three TRAUNER employees received the NHI Instructor of Excellence Award.

    This is the third year in a row that Mark Nagata has received this honor. He is joined this year by Brian Furniss and Scott Lowe. The Instructor of Excellence Award is based on teaching at least two sessions and achieving an instructor satisfaction rating of 4.5 or above.

    We join NHI in congratulating Mark, Brian, and Scott on their selection to the top tier of NHI instructors and in thanking them for helping to maintain the highest standards of quality in transportation training.

    John Unbewust, P.E. to present at CMAA National Conference in Chicago

    August 03, 2012

    John Unbewust will give a presentation entitled, “Pay Me Now or Pay Me Much More Later” at CMAA’s National Conference and Trade Show. This presentation will address contract language and CM activities that will improve an owner’s project-level conflict resolution track record by resolving conflicts at the lowest level and providing the most cost effective solutions.

    CMAA’s 2012 National Conference and Trade Show will be held in Chicago, IL, October 21-23, 2012.

    Scott Lowe, P.E. to present at AASHTO Annual Meeting in San Francisco

    August 03, 2012

    Scott Lowe will give a presentation on Claims and Home Office Overhead at AASHTO’s Subcommittee on Construction Annual Meeting on August 14, 2012.

    AASHTO’s 2012 Subcommittee on Construction Annual Meeting will be held in San Francisco, CA, August 12-17, 2012. For more information on this conference, please click here.

     

    Bill Manginelli, Ted Trauner, and Brian Furniss Featured in ENR Cover Story

    December 16, 2011

    The December 19, 2011 edition of Engineering News Record features our very own Bill Manginelli, Ted Trauner, and Brian Furniss. The article, “Why Sharing the Float is No Utopia, But Should Be,” discusses different industry opinions on float ownership (a topic we’ve been addressing in our Ideas & Insights).

    Bill is quoted several times throughout the article and excerpts from the article, “Why Owners and Contractors Should Share the Float,” which he wrote with Ted and Brian, are also published.

    The issue hits mailboxes on December 19th. But you can read the cover story at this link.

    John Crane Celebrates Ten Years With Trauner

    December 15, 2011

    john_craneWhile it doesn’t feel like it was that long ago, John Crane has been with Trauner for 10 years as of November 26, 2011! John has survived two office moves with the Orlando office, the transition from Corel to Microsoft, the days when we had only one dial-up internet line, many late nights at the office, and a constant barrage of jokes and digs about his beloved home state of West Virginia. Through it all, John has been a consistently positive person, always willing to do the little things that give our company and his client’s an elevated chance at success.

    Please join us in thanking John for his efforts throughout the last 10 years at Trauner and for being a great asset to our team. We all look forward to AT LEAST the next 10!!

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