Joseph Hunn, PE, Promoted to Vice President and Group Leader – Transportation

Cotter Consulting Inc., is pleased to announce that Joseph Hunn, PE, has been promoted to Vice President and Group Leader – Transportation effective July 2016. In his new role, Joe will be responsible for strategic planning, business development, division and staff management, and employee development for Cotter’s Transportation Group. Additionally, Joe will manage the execution…

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Cotter Makes the 2016 ENR Top 100

We’re excited to announce that Cotter has ranked on the ENR Top 100 Construction Management-for-Fee and PM Firms! Cotter came in at #73, a jump from #81 in 2015. Our team members’ hard work for our clients makes this possible for Cotter. We look forward to climbing the list in the coming years.  

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Brian Tracy Presents at CMAA Conference Panel

Brian Tracy participated in a panel at the CMAA Conference, held May 1-3 in Austin, TX, along with Jennie Miller of Jacobs, Adam Keyzers of Jacobs, and Robert Ochi of Rodriguez and Associates. The panel’s topic was Delivering the Impossible: Keeping Up With an Extremely Fast-Tracked Project, and discussed the challenges and solutions of the Malcolm…

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Project Controls

 “If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it.”  – Peter Drucker Capital projects support the goals of an organization, but they also pose significant risk. To ensure project success, goals must be established as early as possible for scope, schedule, budget, and quality.  Defining roles and responsibilities of the project team as well as…

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Project Update: Malcolm X

The Malcolm X College project is nearing completion! The City of Chicago issued the certificate of Occupancy on December 29th and the official ribbon cutting ceremony was held on January 7th with Mayor Emmanuel in attendance.  The new campus opened on-time for classes on January 19th.  This project was challenging on several fronts.  The design…

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Project Update: Loyola Water Tower Campus

Cotter has completed another project for Loyola University Chicago’s Water Tower Campus. The John and Kathy Schreiber Center, a part of the Quinlan School of Business, has reached completion. Joyce Scholefield served as Project Manager. The ten-story facility modernized the school with advanced classrooms, gathering spaces, and a presentation area on the first floor to…

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