Michael Patrick Meehan

Michael Patrick Meehan

Adjunct Professor

Civil Engineering, Construction Management


Over 35 years experience as a Construction Cost Estimator, Construction Manager and Planning Manager with a major New York utility.

Other Publications

The following documents were published in-house:

 “Consequential Damages or Delay Claims.”

 “DOCS Estimating Review.”

 “Harlem River Crossing: Directional Drilling.”

 “Westinghouse Outage Management Contract.”

 “Risk Analysis.”


New York Institute of Technology, Class of 1988

Master of Science, Energy Management

City University of New York, Class of 1976

Bachelor of Science, Economics


Consolidated Edison Company of New york

Planning Manager, Construction Manager, Chief Engineering Enginee

  • Managed 20 planners and support staff responsible for planning and scheduling of all projects with over $100,000 of direct contractor costs.
  • Managed 33 inspectors and surveyors responsible for the inspection of the installation of electric and gas facilities in Brooklyn and Queens. The volume of this work, by contractors, was in excess of $10,000,000 annually.
  • Managed a section of 32 estimators responsible for developing construction cost estimates for nuclear, fossil, substation, and transmission and distribution facilities. The volume of work averaged $800,000,000 annually.

From: October 1962 to July 2007


The Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering International (AACEI)