In full operation in the United States since 1981, Warner has worked in nearly every state and territory offering our clients a wide array of project consulting or dispute resolution services. Depending on our clients’ needs, our consultants can travel to the location of a project anywhere in the United States and work on-site as easily as we can work remotely. For a showcase of Warner’s domestic projects as well as examples of the types of projects and services Warner can—and does—provide across the United States, click on the photo slide show below.
The Eclipse on Center Park – Arlington, Virginia
The Eclipse on Center Park is comprised of two 11-story buildings with approximately 479 residential condominiums, 80,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space, and 940 underground parking spaces located in Arlington, Virginia. After construction commenced on the $148 million complex, Warner provided comprehensive project management and scheduling support as well as dispute resolution services to the project owner. Warner was initially retained to evaluate the general contractor’s baseline schedule and updates, along with issues affecting excavating progress. Warner was further retained to provide quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) assessments and develop an exterior-building punch list. Upon completion, Warner’s expert provided an analysis and testimony at a trial for the owner as to the assessment of delays claimed by the general contractor. The Court agreed with Warner’s analysis, denying the contractors delay claims.
Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project – Dulles, Virginia
Warner has been engaged as the project cost and schedule controls manager on the $2.6 billion, 23.1-mile extension of Metrorail from Falls Church, VA, to Dulles International Airport and beyond into Loudoun County, VA. In this role, Warner is providing comprehensive consulting support services to include the overall management of the cost estimating, cost engineering, planning, scheduling and progress reporting functions, claims analysis, and all project support services as may be deemed necessary by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA).
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts – Washington, DC
Warner, under agreement with The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, provided project and construction management services on an as-needed basis. Warner’s initial assignment of the multiyear agreement was to advise on repairs and design upgrades to the renovation of the Opera House. The next assignment was to provide a review and analysis of the request for equitable adjustment (REA) and recommend an approach for settling the claim between The Kennedy Center corps and its contractor. Warner also provided an independent schedule analysis on the renovation of the Eisenhower Theater. The contractor had also submitted change requests for significant additional costs, claiming delay and acceleration. Warner reviewed the contractor’s claims and project documentation, analyzed the delays, and prepared a report detailing its findings.
National Institutes of Health Biomedical Research Center – Baltimore, Maryland
The $250 million guaranteed maximum price (GMP) construction management contract to build a laboratory research center on the Johns Hopkins University campus for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) was completed in 2007. The facility provides laboratories, clinical space, and offices for approximately 1,000 scientific researchers and support staff. The center has two separate office/research wings, each with 10 floors, as well as a grand entry lobby and other public space. Warner was retained to assist the contractor in identifying the impacts and quantifying them in both cost and time as well as assisting in a final mediation with the project owner.
1800 F Street/GSA Headquarters – Washington, DC
The U.S. General Services Administration, National Capital Region (GSA-NCR) has embarked on a comprehensive modernization of the GSA national headquarters building located at 1800 F Street, NW, Washington, DC. Occupying an entire city block, the 1800 F Street Modernization Project, designed by Shalom Baranes Associates, calls for the complete renovation and expansion of the existing historical central office building, including the demolition of a number of ancillary buildings and the construction of two new atrium structure additions. Warner is engaged in providing scheduling and project management services.
Central Artery/Tunnel—The “ Big Dig” – Boston, Massachusetts
The Central Artery/Tunnel (CA/T) project was the largest, most complex and technologically challenging highway project ever attempted in American history. Warner was retained by the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) to analyze and defend claims made by the contractor responsible for overseeing the implementation of software and hardware systems comprising the Integrated Project Control System (IPCS), a $104 million contract that covered the I-60 lanes’ portion of the project. This dispute, the largest single claim on the “Big Dig” project, concerned the delays and impacts experienced by the contractor in performing the software development and hardware integration for sensors, cameras, computers, and software necessary to permit CA/T engineers to monitor and control the operation of the highway.
Croton Water Filtration Plant – New York City, New York
The $1.3 billion Croton Water Filtration Plant is part of the facility network that supplies New York City with all its drinking water. The plant, with a capacity to treat 1.2 million cubic meters of water per day, is located at the Mosholu Golf Course in the Bronx. The treatment plant is designed to filter water from the Croton Reservoir System, which provides approximately 10 percent of the city’s water. Warner was hired by the prime general contractor to provide the lead scheduling position for the integration of all the prime contractor’s schedules.
Park Crest – Tyson’s Corner, Virginia
The Park Crest development contained multiple high-rise residential tower buildings, and one eight-story building. One of the 19-story buildings, One Park Crest, contains private underground parking, a state-of–the-art fitness center, an elegant library, and a meeting room. On its 18th floor, amenities include a sky bar and swimming pool. Warner’s responsibility for this project was to develop the construction manager’s schedule and provide updates/reviews with time-impact analyses, as required.
US-17 Wilmington Bypass – Wilmington, NC
The US-17 Wilmington Bypass project for the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT), which spanned the Northeast Cape Fear River, included four small bridges, the west approach spans, the east approach spans, and the main channel spans for a project cost of $85 million. The main channel span is a three-span segmental bridge comprised of a single post-tensioned concrete box girder superstructure. Span lengths are 85 meters, 146 meters, and 85 meters. Warner provided expert assistance in analyzing the project and the alleged delays and damages that may have related to the contractor’s scope of work for the main channel segmental bridge design.
Patriot Ridge – Springfield, Virginia
Patriot Ridge is located on 15 acres of which the site plan was approved for up to 978,000 square feet of development on a four-building campus designed to meet government security occupancy standards. Two parking garages, one of which will include retail space, are also planned. Warner’s role is to serve as an extension of the Corporate Office Properties Trust (COPT) development and construction staff, with regard to quality assurance and quality control, helping to assure that the contractor is turning over a project that meets the program contractual requirements as intended by COPT and its designer.
Montour Units 1 and 2 FGD Retrofit Project – Washingtonville, Pennsylvania
The Montour Power Plant is located one mile northeast of Washingtonville, PA. The plant has two coal-fired units, and each unit has approximately 769 megawatts of generating capacity. The plant owner had invested $600 million to install on Montour’s two generating units additional environmental control equipment that removes nearly all of the sulfur dioxide from plant emissions. Warner was retained by the electrical subcontractor through its counsel to provide for a delay and damage analysis, a written report of findings, and testimony at the arbitration hearing.
New Meadowlands Stadium – East Rutherford, New Jersey
Warner was hired by the design/build contractor for the new Meadowlands NFL Football Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, a project valued at $998 million. The new Meadowlands Stadium is a technologically advanced, open-air stadium with seating for 82,000 spectators, including 217 luxury suite boxes. The project comprises 175,000 square meters and is part of the Meadowlands Sports Complex. Warner’s role was to assist in the development of the Design/Build baseline schedule, provide schedule monitoring and monthly updates, identify and quantify delays, and provide contract administration and claims oversight support.