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Crane Collapse

A crane collapsed during the construction of the 43,000 person, retractable-roof, baseball stadium, resulting in significant damage to the $400 million major league baseball facility. The initial cost of repair was estimated at $120 million.

Milwaukee, WI

Services Provided:

  • Conducted immediate project assessment and maintained full-time onsite presence
  • Provided construction oversight of all repair activities
  • Opened channels of communication among all parties
  • Monitored work performed by contractor and subcontractors to repair damages
  • Evaluated construction project schedule
  • Documented repairs

The project duration was two years. The results were returning the project to pre-loss condition, which enabled on-time project completion and saved the client approximately 35% of the original budget estimated for repairs.

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