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«Experience Mr. Schneidkraut retired as President of Kiewit Constructors, Summary: Inc. at the end of 2001, after serving in that position for over ...»

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PETER S. SCHNEIDKRAUT, P.E.

Dispute Resolution Board Member or Chairman____________________

200 Riverside Boulevard, Suite 16A 6 Swan Creek Court 7444 Maple Ridge Trail

New York, N.Y 10069 Water Mill, NY 11976 Boynton Beach, FL 33437

Phone 212-873-3739 Phone 631-726- 0301 Phone 561-369-5190

Cell Phone: 845-729-7101 E-mail: Tunnels523@aol.com

Experience Mr. Schneidkraut retired as President of Kiewit Constructors, Summary: Inc. at the end of 2001, after serving in that position for over nine years. Kiewit Constructors, Inc. has been a wholly owned subsidiary of Peter Kiewit Sons’ Inc. since 1988 and was previously known as Grow Tunneling Corp. prior to it’s acquisition by Kiewit. In the position of President he had overall profit and loss responsibility for this subsidiary company that had annual revenues in excess of $225 million. His primary responsibilities included the selection of heavy construction projects to bid, oversight and review of estimates for these projects, submittal of competitive bids, and oversight for the management and administration of successfully bid heavy construction projects, oversight of all business functions to support these projects, as well as overall company operations. He was with Grow Tunneling Corp. / Kiewit Constructors, Inc. since 1978.

Mr. Schneidkraut’s 38 year career in heavy construction included all aspects of engineering, estimating, superintending and management of complex, difficult and unique construction projects primarily in the New York City Metropolitan area. He has particular expertise in underground and tunnel construction in both rock and soil conditions. He has extensive experience in compressed air and free air soft ground shield and EPBM tunneling, as well as drill and blast, roadheader and TBM tunnel construction.

Mr. Schneidkraut has been responsible to prepare, oversee and review approximately $19 billion of heavy construction project estimates for competitive bidding, and has been responsible to oversee and manage in excess of $3.2 billion of heavy construction projects during his 38 year career.

In January of 2002, Mr. Schneidkraut founded Schneidkraut Consulting Group, Inc., a firm providing consulting

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Project Schneidkraut Consulting Group, Inc. – Construction and Experience 2011 Engineering Consultant, for a Joint Venture of Barnard Construction Company, Inc. and Judlau Contracting, Inc. for Preparation of Estimate and Bid for the MTACC’s Second Avenue Subway Project 86th Street Station Excavation and Lining. DRB Member for the City of Austin Water Authority Onion Creek Golf Course WW Interceptor – I-35 to Rinard (South Tunnel) Project and for the North Tunnel Project.

For a Joint Venture of Judlau Contracting, Inc. in Joint Venture with Shimmick Construction Company, Inc. and OHL International Contracting, preparation of cost estimate and Bid for the SFMTA Contract 1252, Third Street Light Rail Phase 2 – Central Subway Tunnels Project in San Francisco.

For Michel’s Tunneling, Inc., Judlau Contracting, Inc. and OHL International Contracting Joint Venture, preparation of Cost Estimate and Bid for the City of Indianapolis Department of Public Works Deep Rock Tunnel Connector Project No. CSC.

Schneidkraut Consulting Group, Inc. – Construction and Engineering Consultant, for a Joint Venture of Barnard Construction Company, Inc. and Judlau Contracting, Inc.

following our Low Bid for the Trans-Hudson Express Tunnels, Manhattan Tunnels Project negotiated with Equipment Suppliers for Procurement of Major Equipment, negotiated with Subcontractors for all subcontracted work on the project, Prepared detailed work plans and schedules for all of the work Contemplated to be performed for the Project. In October of 2010 the Project was cancelled by the Governor of New Jersey.

For the Dragados USA/Judlau Joint Venture on the LIRR East Side Access Projects, continued support for job planning, Updated scheduling, cost estimating and negotiations with the Owner, MTACC, for Additional Work Orders and Change Orders. For Judlau Contracting, Inc. prepared estimates and bids for the MTACC’s No. 7 Line Subway Extension Project Contracts for Site J, Site K and Site L.

Schneidkraut Consulting Group, Inc. – Construction and Engineering Consultant, for a Joint Venture of Barnard Construction Company, Inc. and Judlau Contracting, Inc.

Preparing a Technical Proposal in response to an RFP issued by New Jersey Transit and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey for the Final Design and Construction of the Manhattan Tunnels for the Trans-Hudson Express Tunnel Project. Preparing the cost estimate and submitting the successful bid for the $583 million Manhattan Tunnels Project of the Trans-Hudson Express Tunnel Program for NJTransit and the PANYNJ. Continuing support, cost estimating and negotiating all Additional Work Orders and Change Orders for the Dragados USA/Judlau Joint Venture on their LIRR East Side Access Projects with the MTACC.

Schneidkraut Consulting Group, Inc. – Construction and Engineering Consultant, for a Joint Venture of Dragados USA, Inc. and Judlau Contracting, Inc. negotiating final terms, conditions, and pricing with the MTACC for the $734 million LIRR East Side Access Manhattan Structures 1 Project.

Preparing Control Budgets, Detailed Cost Breakdowns, Baseline Schedules, Equipment Procurement, Interviewing and Recruiting Staff, Operations Planning and various other Construction and Engineering functions in support of the combined $1.2 Billion Manhattan Tunnels and Manhattan Structures 1 Projects.





Schneidkraut Consulting Group, Inc. – Construction and Engineering Consultant, for a Joint Venture of Dragados USA, Inc. and Judlau Contracting, Inc. preparing an estimate For the $495 million Second Avenue Subway Project, Preparing an estimate with proposal in response to the RFP From the MTACC for the $1.0 Billion LIRR East Side Access Manhattan Structures 1 Project, and consulting for the CM009 Manhattan Tunnels Project. For Weidlinger Associates Inc.

in preparation of the “Best Practices Guide for Identifying Potential Threats to Tunnels” for the St. Petersburg College National Terrorism Preparedness Institute (NTPI) Schneidkraut Consulting Group, Inc. – Construction and Engineering Consultant, for the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) on the $1.2 Billion Port of Miami Tunnel Project Concession for Dade County and the City of Miami. For a Joint Venture of Dragados USA, Inc. and Judlau Contracting, Inc. for the preparation of the successful re-bid Estimate for MTACC Contract CM-009, LIRR East Side Access Manhattan Tunnels Project at $428 million. Prepared CM-009 Project Budget, Schedule and Cost Item Breakdown;

Negotiated for Procurement of Major Subcontractors, Procured Major Equipment, Hired key project staff and Prepared initial planning for the project. For Judlau Contracting, Inc. preparing an estimate for the World Trade Center Memorial Foundations Project. For a Joint Venture of Dragados USA, Inc. and Judlau Contracting, Inc. preparing An estimate for the $495 million Second Avenue Subway Project.

Schneidkraut Consulting Group, Inc. – Construction and Engineering Consultant, for the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) on the $1.2 Billion Port Of Miami Tunnel Project Concession for Dade County Florida and The City of Miami. For a Joint Venture of Earth Tech, Inc., WeidlingerAssoc., Inc. and Atkins Group on the Metropolitan Washington Aviation Authority Dulles Airport Automated People Mover Phase 2 Tunnel Design Proposal. For Goldman, Sachs & Co. on the Site 26 Lower Manhattan Headquarters Building Site Investigations.

For Judlau Contracting, Inc. on the NYCTA Fulton Street Transit Center Dey Street Project Proposal and for Ferrara Bros. Building Materials Corp. to locate a Concrete Plant In Lower Manhattan.

Schneidkraut Consulting Group, Inc. – Construction and Engineering Consultant, for NYSDOT, Earth Tech, Inc. and Weidlinger Associates, Inc. on the 9A Short Bypass Tunnel Project. For Judlau Contracting, Inc. on East Side Access Contracts CM-016 and CM-009 Estimates. For Slattery/ Skanska, Traylor Bros., Judlau Contracting, Inc. Joint Venture on the successfully bid MTA ESA Manhattan Tunnels $364 million Project. For Earth Tech, Inc. on DCWASA Long Term Control Plan, for Slattery/ Skanska, Interbeton, J.F. White Co., Inc., and Perini Corp. Joint Venture on Central Artery/ Tunnel Project, for Perry Silver, Esq. and for Ferrara Bros. Building Materials Corp.

2003 Schneidkraut Consulting Group, Inc.- Constructability Consultant, for Earth Tech, Inc. and Weidlinger Associates, Inc., A Joint Venture for the design of the NYSDOT Route 9A (Westside Highway) Cut and Cover Tunnel and At–Grade Roadways from Murray Street to Albany Street including the Underground Pedestrian Concourse connecting the PATH World Trade Center Station with the World Financial Center In Manhattan, New York, Estimated Project Value is $860 Million.

2002 Schneidkraut Consulting Group, Inc.and Construction Consultant, Consulting on various 2003 Construction projects for Judlau Contracting,Inc., S.A.Healy Company, Dr. G. Sauer Corporation, Impregilo Group, Carty Associates, American Ref-Fuel, United American Energy, D’Annunzio & Sons, Inc. and others.

2002 Schneidkraut Consulting Group, Inc.- Tunnel Consultant, for the Yonkers/Tully/Pegno Joint Venture on the Downtown PATH Restoration Program Project from Exchange Place Station in Jersey City, New Jersey to the World Trade Center Station in Manhattan, New York. Owner is the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Estimated Contract Value of $470 million.

1993-2001 President of Kiewit Constructors Inc./Grow Tunneling Corp., NY. Responsible for overall management

and business operations for the following projects:

Rehabilitation of the CTA Blueline Elevated Subway- $231 million for the Chicago Transit Authority, 2001.

Verrazano Narrows Bridge Dehumidification Projectmillion for the Triboro Bridge and Tunnel Authority, 2000.

Glen Island Bascule Bridge Rehabilitation Projectmillion for the Westchester County Department of Public Works, 2000.

Baltimore Washington International Airport Curbside Expansion Project- $40 million for the Maryland Aviation Authority, 2000.

Second Avenue Bascule Bridge Rehabilitation Projectmillion for the City of Miami Department of Transportation, 2000.

Buttress Wall Construction at Hillview Reservoirmillion for the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, 1999.

Conduit, Inline Amplifier Facility, and Gateway Facility Installation and Construction Project- $625 million For Level 3 Communications Company, Inc. 1999.

Chlorine Booster Stations Construction- $13 million for the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, 1998.

West End Subway line-Signal System Modernization Project- $22 million for the Mass Electric Construction Company and New York City Transit Authority, 1998.

Tappan Zee Bridge Fender Replacement Projectmillion for the New York State Thruway Authority, 1998.

Hillview Reservoir Sediment Removal Project- $18 million for The New York City Department of Environmental Protection, 1997.

Stamford Railroad Station Reconstruction Project- $95 million for the Connecticut Department of Transportation, 1996.

Hillview Reservoir Dividing Wall Project- $10 million for the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, 1996.

Sprint PCS Cell Phone Towers Installation- $1.5 million for Bechtel Corp. for Sprint, 1996.

Con. Ed. 138 KV Cable Installation on the Queensboro Bridge- $6.2 million for the Consolidated Edison Company of New York, 1996.

Rehabilitation of the Lower Outer Roadways on the Queensboro Bridge- $205 million for The New York City Department of Transportation, 1995.

Queens Tunnel- 5 miles of 23.5 ft. diameter TBM driven Tunnel in hard rock with a single access shaft million for the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, 1995.

Johnson Street Fan Plant Construction Project- $10.2 million for the New York City Transit Authority, 1994.

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Rehabilitation of the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel- $68 million for the Triboro Bridge and Tunnel Authority, 1993.

Rehabilitation of the Cropsey Avenue Bridge- $8 million for the New York City Department of Transportation, 1993.

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Rehabilitation of the Fulton Lock on the Oswego Canal- $4.5 million for the New York State Department of Transportation, 1992.

Rikers Island North Pumping Station- $8.0 million for the NYC Dept. of Environmental Protection, Included a horizontal directional drilled crossing 2200 lf at 36 in. diameter through rock under the Harlem River, 1992.

1992-1993 Executive Vice President- Grow Tunneling Corp., NYResponsible for diversification of tunnel specialty contractor into all phases of heavy construction. New projects included bridge rehabilitation, sewage pump station construction, navigational lock rehab, power plant rehab, dams, reservoirs, elevated subway rehab, fan plant construction, airport construction, subway station rehabilitation, vehicular tunnel rehab and marine construction. Responsible for bidding in excess of $700 million of work per year.

1991-1992 Vice President/Area Manager- Grow Tunneling Corp.- Projects: NYC Dept. of Environmental Protection, Contracts 6B-3, 6A-1, and 6A-2 for construction of 22,000 LF of deep interceptor sewer tunnel with 20 manhole shafts in soft ground and compressed air, Staten Island, NY, $126 million.

1988-1991 Vice President/Project Manager- Grow Tunneling Corp.- NYC Bureau of Water Supply Contract 523B for completion of construction of Water Tunnel #3, $52 million, 1988.

Mount Hope Tunnel Project- 16,000 ft. of 16’ diameter TBM tunnel and shafts for the Rochester Pure Waters District, $38 million, 1988.

Crosstown Interceptor Tunnel- 25,000 lf of 32’ diameter TBM tunnel and shafts for the Milwaukee Metropolitan Water and Sewer District, $49 million, 1988.

Nelson Street Shaft Construction- 600 ft. deep shaft of 30’ diameter with 160 ft.

of frozen earth excavation for the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, $14 million, 1988.

Hillview Tunnel Connection and Control Building- 24 ft. finished diameter rock tunnel and shaft using drill and blast methods for the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, $16 million, 1989.



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