Neil Mutschler, PMP, PSP

Neil Mutschler, PMP, PSP

  • B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Certified Project Management Professional
  • Certified Planning & Scheduling Professional
  • Registered Engineer in Training in the State of Georgia


Neil’s expertise lies in the areas of claims analysis; scheduling; general construction practices; project management; estimating and value engineering; and cost and damage analysis.

Neil has performed all types of analyses related to claims including delay and inefficiency (typically using measured mile for inefficiency); assessed responsibility for contract changes, and calculated damages. He has analyzed claims on airport, education, government, highway, residential, power, and transit projects. He has also prepared discovery requests, performed document searches, drafted questions for depositions; and fielded questions for mediations, arbitrations, and settlement negotiations.

Neil managed field operations for general contractors and construction management firms for years.  He built projects ranging in value from $100K to $250M, including military, entertainment, retail, mixed use, vertical, institutional, medical, transportation, and transit projects. As part of his duties, he developed, implemented, and maintained the project schedules and other project controls. Neil’s experience includes the construction of new structures, the retrofitting of existing structures, and historical preservation. He has managed hard-bid, “at risk” projects; negotiated-fee projects; cost-plus contracts; and design-build projects in both the public and private sectors.

Neil has also provided scheduling services to owners and general contractors. He has extensive experience with project controls, planning, and scheduling using Oracle’s Primavera P6 and P3, Suretrak, Microsoft Project, Prolog, Expedition, and other software platforms.

Neil has presented training courses on CPM scheduling and delay analysis. In addition, he developed a whitepaper addressing best practices for change order management procedures using Oracle’s Primavera P6 software for scheduling and project management.