ROBERT M. D'ONOFRIO, P.E., CEng
Professional Engineer: New York, Pennsylvania, Florida, Maryland
Cornell University, M.Eng., Civil Engineering
Cornell University, B.S., Civil Engineering
Construction Schedule Delays
By W. Stephen Dale and Robert M. D'Onofrio
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- Specializes in the evaluation and resolution of construction claims
- Evaluated over $4 billion in construction claims
- Co-author of Construction Schedule Delays, a comprehensive 1,100-page book on schedule delay and disruption, published by Thomson Reuters and updated annually
- Presented over 75 lectures on construction, scheduling, and claims at industry events and academic institutions
- Authored or co-authored over 25 publications
Memberships and Associations
American Society of Civil Engineers (Member)
- Governor, Construction Institute Board of Governors
- Chair, Schedule Delay Analysis Standard Committee ANSI/ASCE/CI 67-17
- Vice Chair, Loss of Productivity Measurement Standard Committee
- Chair of Journals, Construction Institute
- Editorial Board Member, Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction
- Vice-Chair, Construction Institute Claims Avoidance and Resolution Committee
Construction Management Association of America (Member)
Project Management College of Scheduling (Fellow, Board of Directors)
- Vice President, Scheduling Excellence
- Stephen Dale and Robert M. D’Onofrio, Construction Schedule Delays, 2017 Edition, Thomson Reuters, 2017
- Robert M. D’Onofrio, CPM Scheduling: A 60-Year History, ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, Vol. 143, Issue 10 (October 2017)
- Robert M. D’Onofrio, Effect of Time At-Large and Waiver of the Completion Date on CPM Schedule Delay Analysis, Presented at the International Bar Association International Construction Projects Group Working Weekend, Edinburgh, Scotland, May 2017
- D’Onofrio, Robert M., and Anthony L. Meagher. “What is a Schedule Good For? A Study of Issues Posed by Schedules on Complex Projects,” Construction Lawyer 33, no. 1 (2013): 6-16, 50-54.
- Gavin, Donald G., and Robert M. D’Onofrio. “Scheduling (Programme) Analysis: Hired Gun Advocacy or Effectively Meeting a Burden of Proof?” Construction Law International 7, no. 3 (October 2012).
- Dale, W. Stephen, and Robert M. D’Onofrio. “Reconciling Concurrency in Schedule Delay and Constructive Acceleration,” Public Contract Law Journal 39 (2010): 161-229.
Rob D’Onofrio is a principal at Capital Project Management, Inc. where he specializes in construction claims evaluation and resolution. Prior to joining CPMI, he spent five years on-site at the World Trade Center construction project in New York, where his responsibilities included review of schedule delay and disruption claims on behalf of the owner. In total, he has evaluated over $4 billion in construction claims. Rob is the co-author of Construction Schedule Delays, a comprehensive 1,100-page book on schedule delay and disruption, published by Thomson Reuters and updated annually. He has also written or co-written over 25 publications, and given over 75 lectures on construction, scheduling, and claims at industry events and academic institutions, including the Princeton University, Cornell University, University of California at Berkeley, Virginia Tech, University of Southern California, and the University of Michigan. He has testified as an expert in state court and arbitration on schedule delay and loss of productivity matters, and his publications have been cited in numerous other law treatises and a U.S. Court of Federal Claims decision. He is a faculty member for Federal Publications Seminars where he teaches three courses a year on schedule delay and disruption. Rob chairs the industry standard committee on Schedule Delay Analysis, ANSI/ASCE/CI 67-17. He is also an editorial board member on the ASCE Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, serves on the Board of Governors of the ASCE Construction Institute, and on the board of directors and a fellow of the PM College of Scheduling. Rob is a licensed Professional Engineer in New York, Pennsylvania, Florida, and Maryland, and holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Engineering degrees in Civil Engineering from Cornell University.