Industry Sectors

APS’s leadership has experience across a wide spectrum of the construction industry, including scheduling projects in the following industries:

  • Heavy Civil – Highway, Bridges, Roads, Utilities

  • Buildings – Semiconductor Facilities, Maintenance Facilities, Office Buildings

  • Railroad – Substations, Railway, Passenger Stations, Communications & Signals

  • Energy – Natural Gas Liquefaction Plant, Wind Farms, Solar Farms

  • Waste – Wastewater Treatment Plants, Landfills

Major Projects

APS’s leadership has led the scheduling efforts on hundreds of projects in the last 15 years, ranging in contract value from $1 Million to over $1 Billion. Some of the more substantial projects include the following:

Contractor’s Scheduler

  • NYSTA Cashless Tolling (Design-Build) – $365 Million

Pre-Bid Proposal Schedule and Post-Award Schedule

  • NYSDOT Rochester I-390 Stages 3 & 4 (Design-Build) – $83 Million

Pre-Bid Proposal Schedule and Post-Award Schedule

  • NYSDOT Wurts Street Bridge (Best Value) – $45 Million

Pre-Bid Proposal Schedule and Post-Award Schedule

  • MNR C&S Upgrades – Hudson & Harlem Lines – Two projects, $90M+ combined

  • Williams Transco Station 240 Liquid National Gas Facility Upgrade – $ Private

  • GlobalFoundries Technology Development Center – $378 Million

  • GlobalFoundries Fab 8.1 Project Lateral Systems and Tool Hookup - $1 Billion+

  • Denver RTD EAGLE P3 (Design-Build) – $1.2 Billion

Pre-Bid Proposal Schedule and Post-Award Schedule

Owner’s Scheduler

  • 4-Year In-House Consultant Oversight of NYSDOT CPM Scheduling Section Program

100+ Active Projects annually totaling over $3 Billion

Agency Experience

APS’s leadership has experience working with many agencies throughout the Northeast, as well as adhering to varying schedule specification requirements in both the public and private sectors. Below are some of the public sectors where APS staff has been the approved scheduler.

  • New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT)

  • New York State Thruway Authority (NYSTA)

  • Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA)

  • Metro-North Railroad (MNR)

  • New York City Department of Environmental Protection (NYC DEP)

  • Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT)

  • Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans)

  • Denver Regional Transportation District (RTD)