The City of Atlanta is currently constructing a $300M (US) water supply system upgrade including conversion of an over 100-year old rock Quarry into a 2.4 billion-gal raw water storage facility and 5 miles of 12 ft. diameter tunnel bore with eleven shafts of various types. The project is being delivered using the Construction Management at-Risk (CM@R) model, which is an innovative contracting method that is relatively new to the tunnel industry. The presentation will highlight risk management concepts implemented during design and special provisions incorporated in the tender documents to address the unique nature of risks associated with CM@R delivery.
Moderator: Erika Moonin | Southern Nevada Water Authority
Panelists: Gail Hamrick-Pigg |San Antonio Water System; Scott Elmer | Harris County Flood Control District
Randy Hafer | Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP; David Hatem | Donovan Hatem; Gary Brierley | Dr. Mole Inc.
Moderator: Tom Rosenberg, Partner | Roetzel
Panelists: Kathy Barnes | Watt, Tieder, Hoffar, Fitzgerald; Barry Fleishman | Pillsbury; Naresh Dade | Marsh; Mary Ann Krautheim | Skanska
Moderator: Paul Nicholas, AECOM;
Panelists: To be announced.