Margaret Fulenwider Principal
"The greatest compliment comes when a client recommends our services to others. It is then that I feel our client was pleased with our work and would consider retaining our services again."
Margaret Fulenwider has over 20 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.
By applying her deep knowledge and experience working on numerous infrastructure projects in diverse industries, Margaret is able to provide an expert understanding and perspective of all aspects of a project's planning, development, and execution. Her contributions can help produce on-target, cost effective, and intelligent infrastructure solutions available in today's highly competitive marketplace.
Margaret holds an MS in construction management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She earned a BS in civil and environmental engineering at Tufts University.